One of the best kept secrets may be said to be Michael Schumacher's condition.
Since 2013, there have been closed down around the Formula 1 legend, and only rarely is there let something out.
The riles 'Schumis' former boss at Mercedes, Nick Fry.
He stood in the forefront of the racing driver in the comeback years in the beginning of this dekade, and he has a clear call to the family.
- Corinna (Schumacher's wife, red.) and the family has kept very close with the information related to his condition and treatments, which I think is a shame.
- There are millions of people out there who feel with Michael.
Nick Fry was Schumacher's boss, since the German drove for the Mercedes at the end of the racerkarrieren. Photo: Stephen Hird/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
the Couple have two children together. Photo: Paul Crock/AFP
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In Fry's new book 'Survive. Drive. Win.' he describes why he believes it is important that the family come with the updates - whether they are good or bad.
- He has got a damage in connection with skiing, which unfortunately happens to normal people every year.
- Relatives are generally better if they know that others are in the same boat.
- I am sure that there is developed the technician and therapies (tried to Schumacher, red.) over the last years, which might help others.
- It could be valuable for his family to share their experience with this challenge.
recently, the French newspaper Le Parisien say he is conscious and must undergo a stamcelleoperation.
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