There is a little hint of solace regarding Michael Schumacher’s medical condition that adds up a little comfort to his closed ones. Though this retired Formula1 player is far away to recover completely. His agent confirmed the news in a written statement on Wednesday.

“We are and remain confident that Michael will pull through and will wake up,” his agent and spokeswoman Sabine Kehm said.

“There sometimes are small, encouraging signs, but we also know that this is the time to be very patient,” she added.

This former Formula1 driver has received a severe brain injury when he was skiing with his 14 years old son Mick in the French Alps. He fell and caused a hit his head on the rock when he was crossing on unsecured off-piste area between two Piste Chamoix and Piste Maudit. Though he wore a ski helmet, but his head got wounded severely. He could be dying if he did not hold out the helmet, his physician said.

Now he is in medically induced trauma due to his traumatic brain injury. Since then the doctors of Grenoble University Hospital He has been coma since then. And today his agent has disclosed of getting some encouraging signals from him.

Schumacher had taken up his career in 1988 in the European Formula Ford 1600 and finished 2nd in that race. He put forth his Formula1 career in 1992 and wound up 3rd. He gained his first formula1 after two years of that. He views as many world records in his bag such as, having most championship titles (7 times). He continuously had defended the championship title, from 2000-04. He owns the largest championship winning margin. He won 91 races till now, which is a huge book. He has five hat tricks in a season, and many other records.

The worldwide fans of him are praying for betterment of his medical condition now.

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