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2017-09-05 12:08

Janine Van der Post

Image: AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi

Cape Town - December 2017 will mark four years since legendary Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher suffered a skiing accident that left him in a coma since 2013.

Schumacher's family has requested that his condition remains private. Sabine Kehm, who is the seven-time world champion's manager said the policy of "radio silence" with regards to Schumacher's condition will continue.

This hasn't stopped fans and fellow F1 drivers from asking - What is Schumacher's current condition?

Following his back-to-back win in Monza this past weekend, Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton said he would like to know the current physical condition of Schumacher.

#KeepFightingSchumi: Hamilton wants to know Schumacher's condition

Hamilton said at Monza: "I would love to speak to his wife and see how things are. Time will tell."

Voting Booth

We asked Wheels24 readers whether they believed Michael Schumacher's condition should be made public and our homepage poll has garnered more than 20 400 votes. 

Yes, he is a public figure - 3282 votes (16%) 
No, he deserves privacy - 5339 (26%)
He needs privacy but I'd like to know if he's okay - 11 830 votes (58%) 


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