Michael Schumacher

The seven-time Formula One world champion suffered a near-fatal brain injury in a 2013 skiing accident in the French Alps.
Following his horrific head injury in 2013.
Michael Schumacher’s close friends and family are hopeful the Formula One legend will be seen ‘as we knew him’. The driver’s
Michael Schumacher’s former coach has said there are “encouraging signs” following the German racer’s horrific head injury
After a German magazine claimed the former Formula 1 champion could walk again.
Michael Schumacher “cannot walk” and is unable even to stand without assistance, his lawyer has told a court in Germany. The
Michael Schumacher's manager has revealed the Formula 1 great had a "secret dream" to disappear from public life before his
Michael Schumacher is "still fighting" for his life, FIA president Jean Todt has said. The F1 legend suffered severe brain
You don't have to be a racing driver, skier or cyclist to get subdural haematomas. It can occur after a minor head injury, especially among the elderly. I am about to turn 70 so I am now in the category of the Grey Panthers.