Manager keeps hope of Schumacher recovery

MAY 28, 2016

Manager keeps hope of Schumacher recovery

Michael Schumacher's manager on Friday collected a lifetime achievement award, organised by the Nurburgring, on behalf of the F1 legend.

"This award is an acknowledgement of his great willpower, his motivation, his talent, his discipline and his work ethic," Sabine Kehm said.

47-year-old Schumacher has not been seen publicly since suffering serious brain injuries in a late 2013 skiing fall.

Kehm said: "I realise we would all like it if Michael himself could be here, but unfortunately that is not possible.

"We have to accept it and learn to deal with it," she added.

"We will continue to hope and do everything so that it will be different again," said Kehm.

Schumacher won a record 91 grands prix and seven world championships.

(GMM)

Other stories for MAY 28, 2016

QUALIFYING REPORT - HEROES AND ZEROES

SATURDAY PHOTOS

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

QUALIFYING RESULTS

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - RED GOES PURPLE

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

ANOTHER CRASH COULD MEAN TEAM ORDERS ACCORDING TO HAMILTON

KVYAT SAYS F1 FUTURE IN MY HANDS NOW

F1 DECIDES ON HALO FOR 2017

MANAGER KEEPS HOPE OF SCHUMACHER RECOVERY

REGION PLEDGES MILLIONS TO END MONZA STANDOFF

GROSJEAN MOVES ON FROM 2015 VERSTAPPEN SHUNT