F1 LEGEND: International publications are repeating alarming news about F1 legeng, Michael Schumacher's health, stating that the injured driver needs 'a miracle to stay alive'. Image: AP
Cape Town - International publications are repeating alarming news about the health of Formula 1 legend, Michael Schumacher.
Spain's Diario Sport, Italy's Corriere dello Sport and La Derniere Heure in Belgium say an American source called 'Newseveryday' has quoted an anonymous doctor who was involved in Schumacher's recovery from serious head injuries.
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Schumacher needs a miracle
The original source reportedly said the former Ferrari and Mercedes driver now needs "a miracle to stay alive", almost 30 months after his skiing fall in late 2013.
Attending the fabled Targa Florio in Sicily, FIA president Jean Todt was asked about his friend Schumacher and said: "Michael is part of automotive history, winning the most grands prix and titles.
Todt is quoted by La Gazzetta dello Sport: "We can only send best wishes to him and his family, who now have a much more important battle."
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