Few, if any, news and weighed words: tomorrow three years will have passed since Michael Schumacher was the victim of a terrible skiing accident, on the Meribel snow. It was December 29, 2013 and from then on the former Ferrari driver and seven-time Formula One world champion fell a wall of silence and absolute privacy that the family, his wife Corinna and spokesman for the German champion, Sabine Kehm, have always strenuously defended.
Michael “can not walk,” and he can not even stand up with the help of specialists who follow him – these are the latest news regarding the Scuderia Ferrari former world champion, as reported last September by Felix Damn, lawyer of the former champion. “Keep fighting,” is the recent initiative launched by the staff and family, as exlained by spokesman Sabine Kehm: “The Keep Fight aims to unite people who are inspired by the career of Michael Schumacher as well as his character, and to encourage them to keep fighting and never give up.”
The aim is also to spread the positive energy that supporters of Michael have always expressed to him and his family during so many years, and seeks to channel this positive energy as a force for good. Cured in the villa of Gland on Lake Geneva, Schumacher continues his long and delicate rehabilitation, helped and overseen by a staff of doctors, nurses and therapists, all clearly linked to absolute secrecy on the health conditions that accompany the former driver. Recently, the former manager of Formula One champion has also opened a new Twitter account, “Michael Schumacher”, that in a few hours had already reached almost 5,000 users. An official profile which follows the one that the former Ferrari driver has already on Facebook (almost 1.5 million followers) and Instagram (about 133 000 followers).
On January 3rd, Michael Schumacher will turn 48 years old.