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Jean Todt opens up on Michael Schumacher's condition, makes Max Verstappen comparison

Former FIA president and Michael Schumacher's boss during his time at Ferrari, Jean Todt, has given a rare update on the seven-time World Champion's current situation and how his family 'have to live everything differently'. The argued greatest of all time has been heard of very little since his tragic ski accident in December 2013, which left the German in a coma. Having spent an incredibly long time in hospital, the 91-time Grand Prix winner now lives with his family in Switzerland, well away from the public view, where he is regularly visited by Todt. Todt and Schumacher built a bond during their highly successful time together at Ferrari, where the father of Mick Schumacher...
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