“Ten years ago seems like yesterday, but I remember it very well,” said former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali recalling Michael Schumacher’s terrible accident.
As a guest on the radio program “La politica nel pallone” on Gr Parlamento, the current CEO of Formula 1 speaks openly about that tragic December 29, 2013. Since then, the conditions of the seven-time world champion are unknown.
The family has decided to maintain the utmost secrecy about his situation. “These are episodes that, as in movies, change your life, change your relationships,” he continues, and then explains the decision made by Schumi’s wife, Corinna, to maintain privacy.
“For his respect and that of the family, you need to be close to him, and even these investigations done after ten years have a relative value.” – the Italian manager added.
But how is Michael Schumacher? “This remains a difficult situation from a human point of view,” Stefano Domenicali clarifies. “The only thing I can say: what remains at a private level between me and the family remains that way. But obviously, we are all close to Michael and the family. Living these ten years like this is not something you would wish on your worst enemy,” he concludes.
On December 29, 2013, in Meribel, on the French slopes, Michael Schumacher had a tragic accident with skis. The German hit his head, causing severe brain damage. In recent days, new details of that dramatic episode have emerged, shedding new light on the dynamics of the event.
Two fatal errors were made that day. The first by Schumi, who decided to ski despite the unfavorable conditions. The second was made by the rescuers, who would have taken too much time to transport him by helicopter, not realizing the seriousness of the situation.