The most loved and famous Formula One driver is recovering from brain injuries since 2013. But Michael Schumacher’s former manager, Willi Weber is hinting that Corinna Schumacher is hiding the star’s true condition from the world.
Something seemed fishy with the thin amount of reports on Michael Schumacher’s health update. It made many ponder over why are there no updates on the F1 icon’s health. His family kept Michael Schumacher’s health condition a closely guarded secret. Schumacher’s former manager and friend, Willi Weber had his doubts and spoke his mind.
Willie thinks Michael’s wife, Corinna Schumacher is hiding something
Michael Schumacher was onto a glorious career and already on the top of the world. But he met with an accident in 2013. This event changed his life because of the serious brain injuries to his head. Ever since 2013, updates on Michael Schumacher’s health have been scarce. In fact, even the updates that have made it to the news are rarely from his family. We noticed this and pointed it out before the news picked fire recently. (Read it here)
Former Manager Willi Weber thinks something is not right
Willi Weber was the one who introduced Schumacher to the world of Formula One racing in 1991. He was there when the legendary racer made a comeback in 2010. He has always been close to the iconic sportsman.
Yet he told Kolner Express that Michael Schumacher’s family shut him out after the 2013 skiing accident. In his own words: “I know that Michael was hurt badly, but unfortunately not what progress he made since then.”
Weber was shut out by Corinna and did not get any updates on Michael Schumacher’s health and condition. “I’d like to know how he’s doing and shake his hand or stroke his face. But unfortunately, that is rejected by Corinna.”
But this moves one to wonder, why? Why is Corinna not letting him see Michael Schumacher? Well, according to Willi Weber, it is because he would “immediately recognise what is going on and tell the truth to the public.”
But despite this, Willi Weber is confident about Michael Schumacher’s health recovery. “Still, I firmly believe in Michael’s recovery because I know he is a fighter. If there is a chance, he will use it. This cannot be the end.
“I pray for him and am convinced that he will see him again,” Weber adds.