Michael Schumacher is receiving treatment to help him “return to a more normal life” following his devastating skiing accident.
Little has been revealed on the Formula One legend’s condition following his incident on the French Alps in December 2013.
Though his former Ferrari boss, and close friend, Jean Todt has offered some positive news on the 51-year-old.
Speaking to Ouest France , Todt said: "I am very discreet on this subject.
"We all know that Michael had a very serious accident and, unfortunately, it had significant consequences for him.
"Since then, he has been treated so that he can be able to return to a more normal life."
Schumacher won seven world titles during a glittering F1 career, retiring for good in 2012 having initially called time on his career in 2006.
Todt also saw Schumacher back in September and revealed at the time: "He is fighting.
“My God, we know he had a terrible and unfortunate skiing accident which has caused him a lot of problems.
Michael Schumacher 'fighting' with doctors at home as good friend admits regular visits
"But he has an amazing wife next to him, he has his kids, his nurses, and we can only wish him the best and to wish the family the best, too.
“All I can do is to be close to them until I am able to do something, and then I will do it.”
Schumacher won 91 races during his career and is widely regarded as the greatest F1 driver of all time.
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His seven world titles were matched by Lewis Hamilton this year, with the Brit saying: “I grew up watching Michael win all those grands prix and I couldn’t even fathom equalling him.
“Getting to F1 was the first step of the dream but Michael was just so far ahead, it’s beyond my wildest dreams to be here today having equalled him. I feel really humbled by the moment.”
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