Michael Schumacher’s old manager ‘has no hope of seeing him again’ as emotional regret shared

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Michael Schumacher’s old manager ‘has no hope of seeing him again’ as emotional regret shared – Gudstory

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Michael Schumacher’s former manager Willi Webber has claimed he has lost all hope of seeing the F1 icon again.

The German has not been seen in almost 10 years after a skiing accident in France in December 2013.

Schumacher went off course with his son Mick and hit his head on a rock.

He was later placed in a medically induced coma and, although allowed to return home, has not been seen for a decade.

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Michael Schumacher’s condition remains unknown a decade after F1 icon’s tragic skiing accident


Schumacher is currently in the news due to German broadcaster ARD making a documentary on his life.

The series follows his journey from go-karting star to possibly the best driver in Formula One history.

Webber managed Schumacher, with the pair working together for 20 years.

However, the 81-year-old has lost all hope of seeing the Ferrari icon again.

“When I think about Michael now, unfortunately, I have no hope of seeing him again,” he told the Cologne Express.

“No positive news after ten years.”

Webber also blamed himself, admitting that he regretted not visiting Schumacher in hospital immediately after the incident.

He added, “I should have met Michael in the hospital.”

“After his accident I mourned like a dog.”

A decade after the crash in France, no one really knows about Schumacher’s condition – apparently his family wants to maintain his privacy.

The Schumacher family lawyer, Felix Damm, recently addressed the lack of a ‘final report’ on the F1 legend.

And he said he would avoid publishing those details because he feared the report would be constantly scrutinized and analyzed.

Speaking in October, Damm said: “It was always about protecting private things.

“We considered whether a final report on Michael’s health might be the right way to do this.

“But that would not have been the end of it and the ‘water level report’ would have had to be constantly updated and it was not up to the family when media interest in the story waned.”

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Michael Schumacher worked with Willi Webber at Ferrari during his stint in F1


He added: “They [the media] Such reports can be picked up again and again and ‘and what does it look like now?’ One, two, three months or a year after the message.

“If we want to take action against this reporting, we have to deal with the logic of voluntary self-disclosure.

“If it is not the person concerned himself, but friends or acquaintances who disclose private information, it is not a case of ‘voluntary self-disclosure’ of privacy.

“Therefore, the data subject can protect himself against disclosure of private circumstances, even if the information comes from an acquaintance.”

One man who has a close connection is ex-Ferrari boss Jean Todt.

However, Todd says that Schumacher is ‘not the same Michael’ while he still stays out of the limelight.

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Michael Schumacher hit his head on a rock while skiing in France 10 years ago


“Michael (Schumacher) is here, so I don’t miss him,” Todt told L’Equipe.

“But he’s not the same Michael.

“He is different and his wife and children support him wonderfully, who protect him.

“His life has been changed and I have the privilege of sharing moments with him from time to time.

“There is nothing more to say than this.

“Unfortunately, fate did that ten years ago, and he is no longer the Michael we know from Formula 1.


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