Dec 08, 2016 06:21 AM EST

Michael Schumacher Update: Schumacher To Do One More Grand Prix? Formula One Legend Showing Health Improvements!

Michael Schumacher's health condition has been quite a topic in the racing community since his tragic accident in the French Alps. Currently the Formula One legend has been in terms with his health so far, showing a lot of signs and progress from day to day.

According to MobilenApps, former Mercedes Chief Executive Ross Brawn, also one of Schumacher's close friend revealed that the Formula One Champion has been recovering from all the traumatic injuries he has taken. With this, it is a good sign to all fans and to his family as he continous to progress and fight for his life.

According to Ross Brawn, Schumacher has been showing tremendous encouraging signs and says that they pray for him every single day that he will continue to show more signs in his road to progression. "All I would say is there is a lot of speculation about Michael's condition, most it's wrong and we just pray and hope every day that we continue to see some progress," he added.

Brawn also noted that the family of Schumacher is also praying hard and showing a lot of support for him that he would continue to fully heal and recover from the unwanted events that happened. He also aid that he and his family should be given the privacy that they need especially this time in the stage of his life.

In an earlier report last September from his lawyer, Felix Damm said in an update to the German court that Schumacher was not in good condition. And that he was unable to walk alone and needed assistance in doing so. On the lighter side of things, according to The Gamer's Drop, the social media accounts of Michael Schumacher are not active and well on.

The social media accounts of the Formula One Champion was to raise awareness about his good health and progression at the same time. Moreover, also to remember the highlights and the glorious moments in his career. For more of the latest updates and news stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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