In a documentary to be released on Netflix, Corinna Schumacher provides information on the health of her husband Michael, seven-time F1 world champion.
The family speaks out. In mid-September, a documentary broadcast on Netflix will retrace the life and career of seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher. The former star of the Benetton, Ferrari or Mercedes teams had been victim of a serious skiing accident, in Méribel, at the end of 2013. Since then, the pilot’s relatives have filtered communication about his state of health.
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The site TV-Leisure was able to watch the documentary in preview. Corinna Schumacher, the wife of the German pilot, testifies: “I never blamed God for what happened. It was just bad luck, as it could happen to anyone. Sure, I miss him every day. But I’m not the only one who misses him. The children, the family, his father, everyone around him. Everyone misses Michael. But Michael is there. He’s different, but he’s there. And that gives us strength, I think. We are together, we live together at home. He is undergoing treatment. We do everything to improve his condition, to make sure he is comfortable and to make him feel our family, our bond. Whatever happens, I’ll do whatever I can. We will all do it. As a family, we try to carry on as Michael would have liked and as he would still love her. Life goes on. Michael always protected us, and now we protect Michael. “
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