Former Ferrari team principal and FIA president Jean Todt has sent a heartfelt message to seven-time champion and F1 icon Michael Schumacher.
The German driver has not been seen publicly since his awful skiing accident in 2014. However, Todt has remained close with Schumacher and has been one of the few able to visit him at his home.
A fan took to social media to mark the 25th anniversary of Schumacher’s legendary 1998 Hungarian Grand Prix race win. They shared:
“This day of 1998 in Hungaroring. For almost half the race Jean Todt asked Michael to lap with qualifying times. This is how the 32th win will come.
“This feat will forever be remembered as “freediving race”.”
Another fan reminisced stating that it was the “best time for Ferrari” when Schumacher was driving with the team between 1996 and 2006. They posted:
Whilst many fans were eager to have an update on Schumacher’s condition, his family have remained extremely private since with very limited public updates on how the driver is recovering from the skiing accident.