Michael Schumacher fighting on at home with doctors while watching television

Michael Schumacher is fighting on with the help of family at his home hospital.

The 51-year-old, who won seven Formula One World Drivers' Championships between 1994 and 2004, has been kept out of the public eye since he suffered a serious brain injury during a skiing accident in 2013.

There have been few updates about his condition out of respect for the wishes of his wife Corinna, but former Ferrari chief Jean Todt has begun to reveal details about his plight.

The 74-year-old has now mentioned that he watches television regularly with his close friend.

“His fight continues, along with his family and doctors,” Todt told De Telegraaf.

“I see Michael regularly. We watch TV together.”

Todt was then asked if Michael is aware of his son Mick’s achievements in Formula 1: “I will not talk about it.

“I do not want to go into details because it is his private matter.”

The 21-year-old prospect is expected to make his full F1 bow in the 2021 season after taking part in successful testing with Ferrari across the past two years.

Todt continued when asked about the ability of the youngster: “Mick is a young, talented driver.

“He has a big name, but he will need time. It’s too early to say if he has the talent of his father, or Max Verstappen or Lewis Hamilton. We do not know it yet.”

In an emotional letter with sponsor UnderArmor, Mick acknowledged the adoration for his father earlier this year, but insisted that he just thinks of the legend as his dad: “He is always my father in the first place."

Reports circulated in 2019 that Michael had been to a hospital in Paris in order to undergo treatment from a pioneer in cell surgery, with staff later reporting that he was conscious.

Although Mick did not go into any detail about his dad’s condition, he did mention the life lessons he has learned.

He said: ”One of these lessons is to remain constant, never to be too euphoric or too depressed."

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