In addition to various world mysteries that have lasted for hundreds of years, one of the last in the world of sports is the health condition of Michael Schumacher.
The family is doing everything in an incredible way to hide the real condition of the legendary Formula 1 driver, which only opens space for speculation that has been going on for six years.
His great friend and former collaborator Jean Todt occasionally reveal some details, which he did this time as well.
And he instilled optimism in Michael's fans so they could see him in public again.
"I saw Michael last week. Fight. I hope the world can see him again. That is what he and his family strive for " said Todt. Many people are hoping that Michael Schumacher could recover.
Schumacher suffered a serious injury while skiing in the Alps in 2013. He was placed in a medically induced coma until June 2014 and since then nothing has been known of his state of health with certainty. For the past 7 years, many have been wondering what his health condition is but there is still no reliable information about how Schumacher is currently feeling.
Still, some information suggests that Schumacher is getting better and better and is ready for a new surgery that could be a big step toward his recovery.
Best F1 driver
One of the questions that Todt received from the journalists is whether Schumacher is the best Formula 1 driver of all time.
'I love Michael,' said Todt, 'but it is impossible to say who is the best ever.
There is Juan Manuel Fangio, Jim Clark, Ayrton Senna, and Michael Schumacher. You can only think in terms of who is the best in a certain generation
It is interesting that Jean Todt does not see Lewis Hamilton in that company, although the Briton is on his way to breaking numerous Schumacher records.
"I remember in 2000 when I was on the podium in Suzuka with Michael after he won his first title with Ferrari and I said to him that our lives would never be the same again.
We had achieved all we wanted. After an accident like the one Michael has had, does it matter whether Lewis has won more?" 'It is a question of proportion. We are all lucky in Formula One when you see what is going on in the world, and not just with the monster that is Covid-19.' ," Jean Todt replied.