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Schumacher improving: F1 legend is on the road to recovery

Michael Schumacher is starting to show improvement three months following his ski accident.
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Michael Schumacher is improving. That is the news from the F1 driver's manager. This is a good sign for the race car driver, but he still has a long road to recovery ahead of him. It has been three months since the ski accident that caused him a severe brain injury. On April 8, Canada Journal shared the latest comments made by Sabine Kehm. She is Schumacher's manager.

Schmacher is now responding to voices, and he has moments of consciousness. A report by the Telegraph revealed that doctors might soon bring Schumacher out of his coma. Kehm said the following about Schumacher:

Michael is making progress on his way. He shows moments of consciousness and awakening. We are on his side during his long and difficult fight, together with the team of the hospital in Grenoble, and we keep remaining confident.

The extent of his brain injury will not be known until he is brought out of the coma. He could recover, but there are also chances that he may not recover from his injuries. Details about the extent of his injury have been kept hidden.

Michael Schumacher was injured during a ski accident on Dec. 29. This latest news has already made the rounds of Formula 1 drivers during the Bahrain Grand Prix, according to The Independent. They celebrated the news. This is good news for Schumacher and all that know him, but there is still a battle ahead.

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