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Michael Schumacher's wife says former F1 star's condition is improving after accident

11 July 2014 15:51:29 Sport | Mail Online

The wife of Michael Schumacher claims the seven-times Formula One world champion is slowly improving.

Vice Sport Time11 July 2014 15:51:29


Live: Updates at Michael Schumacher begins rehab

17 June 2014 11:40:29 mirror - News

Michael Schumacher: 17 June  

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Michael Schumacher's condition has been made worse by 'serious lapses' by medical staff, claims driver's F1 doctor

26 March 2014 09:55:48 Sport

German's former F1 doctor criticises medical staff at Grenoble hospital and warns fans to expect the worst        

Vice All News Time26 March 2014 09:55:48


Michael Schumacher's agent says there are 'small, encouraging signs'

12 March 2014 19:16:01 News | Mail Online

The update comes with the new F1 season just around the corner, and with speculation growing about Schumacher's condition given he has now spent almost 11 weeks in a coma.

Vice All News Time12 March 2014 19:16:01


Michael Schumacher's agent says there are 'small, encouraging signs' in his condition

12 March 2014 09:58:36 Sport

Michael Schumacher's family confident former F1 driver will pull through following 11 weeks in coma after skiing accident in December        

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Massa 'very positive' after visiting friend Schumacher in hospital

21 February 2014 18:50:10 Sport | Mail Online

Felipe Massa feels 'very positive' about Michael Schumacher's condition following a visit to see the seven-time Formula One champion in hospital.

Vice Sport Time21 February 2014 18:50:10


Michael Schumacher 'will not be Schumacher' when he wakes from coma, neurologist warns

18 January 2014 03:32:20 News | Mail Online

Neurologist Richard Greenwood said that if Michael Schumacher recovers, his personality will be that of an ‘average Joe Bloggs’.

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Michael Schumacher's condition described as 'stable' for first time since horrific ski accident

17 January 2014 23:27:54 mirror - Sport

First time F1 legend's condition has been described as stable and non critical since the accident that led to an induced coma

Vice Sport Time17 January 2014 23:27:54


Michael Schumacher's condition described as 'stable' for first time since horrific ski accident

17 January 2014 23:23:30 mirror - News

First time F1 legend's condition has been described as stable and non critical since the accident that led to an induced coma

Vice All News Time17 January 2014 23:23:30


Fears grow that Michael Schumacher will be in a coma for the rest of his life

15 January 2014 18:44:30 News | Mail Online

German weekly news magazine Focus reported that 'Schumacher could be in a coma forever' after speaking with experts on his condition.

Vice All News Time15 January 2014 18:44:30


Michael Schumacher remains in stable but critical condition

07 January 2014 12:03:11 Sport | Mail Online

Michael Schumacher remains in a stable but critical condition on a sixth day of induced coma as he continues his treatment for serious head injuries following a skiing accident.

Vice Sport Time07 January 2014 12:03:11


Michael Schumacher remains in stable but critical condition as it's revealed he filmed ski accident on helmet camera

06 January 2014 17:32:12 Sport | Mail Online

Michael Schumacher remains in a stable but critical condition on a sixth day of induced coma as he continues his treatment for serious head injuries following a skiing accident.

Vice Sport Time06 January 2014 17:32:12


Michael Schumacher remains in stable but critical condition, his manager Sabine Kehm says in a statement

06 January 2014 16:56:11 Sport

F1: German driver's manager, Sabine Kehm, says in a statement they do not "envisage any new press conferences ... in the near future".        

Vice Sport Time06 January 2014 16:56:11


Michael Schumacher 'serious, but stable', says manager

04 January 2014 17:01:29 Sport

Schumacher's manager denies reports he is out of danger, saying his condition remains serious        

Vice Sport Time04 January 2014 17:01:29


Michael Schumacher remains in stable but critical condition as it's revealed he filmed ski accident on helmet camera

04 January 2014 14:20:04 Sport | Mail Online

Michael Schumacher remains in a stable but critical condition on a sixth day of induced coma as he continues his treatment for serious head injuries following a skiing accident.

Vice Sport Time04 January 2014 14:20:04


Live updates: Michael Schumacher spends 45th birthday in intensive care as family are given update on his condition

03 January 2014 12:16:06 mirror - News

But no public update is expected today following a fifth night in intensive care following last Sunday's skiing accident

Vice All News Time03 January 2014 12:16:06


Michael Schumacher's continuing 'stable' condition is hailed as 'good news'

02 January 2014 10:55:33 Sport

Formula One driver Michael Schumacher's condition remains "stable" following his third night in hospital after the skiing accident that left him with a serious head injury        

Vice Sport Time02 January 2014 10:55:33


Michael Schumacher's manager says F1 legend remains in 'stable condition' after third night in hospital

02 January 2014 02:28:36 Football | Mail Online

Days after a life threatening skiing accident, Michael Schumacher's manager has said there has been no change in the German's condition.

Vice Football Time02 January 2014 02:28:36


Michael Schumacher is in a STABLE condition in hospital - according to his manager

01 January 2014 12:21:31 mirror - Sport

The F1 legend's condition has stabilised under the supervision of hospital staff overnight, an improvement on his critical condition.

Vice Sport Time01 January 2014 12:21:31


Michael Schumacher's manager says F1 legend remains in 'stable condition' after third night in hospital

01 January 2014 11:55:51 Sport | Mail Online

Days after a life threatening skiing accident, Michael Schumacher's manager has said there has been no change in the German's condition.

Vice Sport Time01 January 2014 11:55:51


Michael Schumacher's manager gives LIVE updates on the health of F1 legend

01 January 2014 10:48:06 mirror - Sport

Schumacher's manager will be giving a press conference to discuss the health of the former F1 driver, who is in 'critical condition'

Vice Sport Time01 January 2014 10:48:06


Michael Schumacher remains in a critical condition but would not have survived without a helmet, say doctors

30 December 2013 11:56:57 Sport

Michael Schumacher remains in a critical condition in hospital as doctors reveal he would not have survived his skiing accident without a helmet.        

Vice All News Time30 December 2013 11:56:57


Michael Schumacher in coma after skiing accident: latest updates

30 December 2013 10:23:31 Sport

Michael Schumacher in 'critical condition' in a French hospital after suffering head injury while skiing.        

Vice All News Time30 December 2013 10:23:31


Michael Schumacher 'suffered serious trauma' in French skiing accident

30 December 2013 10:23:31 Sport

Medical staff at the hospital in Grenoble where the seven-time Formula One world champion is being treated for head injuries make a statement about his condition        

Vice Sport Time30 December 2013 10:23:31


Michael Schumacher in a coma after head injuries from skiing accident in French Alps

30 December 2013 01:04:47 Sport | Mail Online

Michael Schumacher's life is in danger after his condition worsened following a head injury suffered in a fall while skiing off-piste in the French Alps resort of Meribel.

Vice Sport Time30 December 2013 01:04:47


Schumacher 'fight for life' in papers

30 December 2013 00:32:30 BBC News - UK

News of Michael Schumacher's ski accident leads papers

Vice All News Time30 December 2013 00:32:30


Michael Schumacher in 'critical condition' after suffering head injury while skiing

29 December 2013 23:08:22 Sport

French sports website L'Equipe and French radio station RMC have quoted an unnamed medical source, saying Schumacher has suffered a cerebral haemorrhage and is now in critical condition at the hospital in Grenoble, France        

Vice All News Time29 December 2013 23:08:22


Hamilton rides high in Hungary for first grand prix win with Mercedes

28 July 2013 21:49:34 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

• British driver powers to his first victory of the season • Equals Michael Schumacher's Hungaroring record of four wins Lewis Hamilton produced one of the finest drives of his career to win his first grand prix with Mercedes in Budapest on Sunday. It was the 22nd victory of his career and his first since the US Grand Prix in Austin last year. His fourth win at the Hungaroring equalled the record of Michael Schumacher on this circuit. "Today was just a different feeling," Hamilton said. "When I sat in the car at the start I swear that my heart rate was much lower than normal. I was more relaxed than I have ever been. Over the weekend my mind has just been in a different place. I was relaxed. I was able to drive at my best. When I lifted off [the gas] way before the line, normally I am still accelerating and punching the air. "Today was smooth sailing across the line. I had the wind behind my back. I was just enjoying the wave that I was on. I didn't feel like it was a relief when I came across the line. I just felt good to know that I could still do it. "There are lots of personal reasons why it is different this time. I am still working on getting those puzzles in place and there is a big part of the puzzle out of place at the moment. At some stage maybe it will come back together. It is just the place that I am in at the moment. To come here, after a real downer for the last few weeks, I just wasn't expecting it [a victory]." Lewis Hamilton Formula One 2013 Motor sport Mercedes GP Formula One Paul Weaver © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions        

Vice All News Time28 July 2013 21:49:34


Sebastian Vettel leads driver tributes to Canadian Grand Prix marshal who died

10 June 2013 13:40:50 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

• 'I am very, very sad to hear this news' says world champion • Concern about safety of mobile cranes used at races Sebastian Vettel has led the formula one drivers in paying tribute to a Canadian Grand Prix marshal who died after being run over by a mobile crane during Sunday's race in Montreal. "The work of marshals is not always seen, but it is vital to our sport and without their commitment, time and dedication, there would be no motorsport," the world champion and Red Bull's race winner said on his website on Monday. "I am very, very sad to hear this news and my thoughts are with his family and friends," added the German. The marshal, as yet unnamed, died in hospital from injuries sustained while removing the Sauber of the Mexican rookie Esteban Gutiérrez, who crashed out seven laps from the end of the race. The International Automobile Federation (FIA) said in a statement that the track worker had dropped his radio and attempted to pick it up. In doing so, he stumbled and was hit and run over by the recovery vehicle. The marshal was the third to die at a grand prix since the turn of the century but the first since Graham Beveridge was killed by a loose tyre that flew through a gap in the safety fence at the 2001 Australian Grand Prix. The Italian fire marshal Paolo Ghislimberti died when he was hit by a wheel at the 2000 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, prompting a review of safety at race tracks and the introduction of improved measures to protect circuit workers. "My dearest condolences to the family of the marshal who lost his life today, our prayers for him & his family. RIP," Gutierrez wrote on his Twitter account. "Shocked & saddened by the news that a marshal who is there to keep us safe has lost his life during our race today. Rest in peace my friend," said McLaren's Jenson Button, winner in Canada in 2011. "Today there is nothing to celebrate. Terrible news arrive with the death of a marshal this race. Very sad. RIP," added Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, the double world champion who was runner-up to Vettel on Sunday. While the marshal's death appeared a freak accident, there has long been concern about the use of such cranes while the race is still going on - but more from the point of view of driver safety. The former racer Martin Brundle, now a commentator with Britain's Sky television, observed during Sunday's grand prix – before the accident with the marshal – that it might have been safer to leave the car where it was rather than hurrying to remove it. The seven times world champion Michael Schumacher was fortunate to escape serious injury in Brazil in 2003 when a recovery crane was deployed during a rain-hit race and his Ferrari skidded off and almost crashed into it. Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Formula One 2013 guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time10 June 2013 13:40:50