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Schumacher 'as we all remember him' and 'senses' loved ones

Written by  Nov 30, 2018

Michael Schumacher looks "as we all remember him" and "senses" loved ones around him, according to German archbishop George Ganswein.

News on the condition of the seven-time Formula 1 champion has been rare following his skiing accident in December 2013 which left him with severe head injuries as family look to protect his privacy.

Even so, Ganswein offered an insight into Schumacher, who he met in 2016 as he continues to recover at home in Switzerland.

"I sat opposite him, took hold of both hands and looked at him. His face is as we all remember, the typical Michael Schumacher face – only a little fuller," he reportedly told German outlet Bunte.

"He senses that loving people are around him, caring for him, and, thank God, keeping the all too curious public away. A person who is ill needs discretion and understanding.

"The family is the protective nest that Michael absolutely needs. His wife is the soul of the family. Of course, I include Michael Schumacher and his family in my prayers."

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Currently, there is another Schumacher making headlines as his son Mick won the European F3 championship this year and will race in F2 in 2019.

Also, the debate rages as to whether Lewis Hamilton can surpass his F1 records with the Briton two titles and 19 wins away from his biggest achievements.

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