Jean Todd, a friend and confidant of Michael Schumacher, recently revealed himself with surprisingly outspoken words about a friendly family. He gives fans hope, especially with one sentence.
Gland – Shumi fans can’t wait. A documentary about the seven-time Formula 1 World Champion will appear in a few days in which his children and his wife Corinna will share their views. The first film to be supported by the Schumacher family after Michael’s skiing accident was a Netflix product. Before the premiere, there were already obvious words from Jean Todd, today’s FIA boss and close confidante of the family.
Michael Schumacher: The optimistic Jean Todd with honest words about “best girl” Corinna Schumacher
Opposite the build, Todd, 75, who belongs to the narrow circle of the Schumacher family, gave a remarkable interview in which he particularly emphasized Corinna Schumacher. “I ‘ve been spending a lot of time with Corina since Michael had a serious skiing accident on December 29, 2013. She’s a great woman and runs a family,” says Todd, 52. The Frenchman says you “don’t expect the truth.”
“It happened all of a sudden, she had no choice. But she’s doing it well. I trust her, she trusts me,” Todd says, revealing that Shumi’s wife did everything for her husband. Survived – but with consequences. Now you are struggling with the consequences. We hope things will improve slowly but surely. ”Especially the last sentence should give hope to the fans.
Michael Schumacher: Son Mick is “very special” – Jean Todd sees a decisive difference to his father
As a former Ferrari team boss, he also enjoyed some of Shumi’s best moments, and as a Formula 1 scholar he never missed the chance to see Mick Schumacher. “Mick is one of those people who always has a special place in my heart for my wife and Michael Iowa,” Todd continues. The Shoemaker family is very special to us. I wrote a great story with Michael and developed a wonderful relationship. Then the kids were there. ”
It is obvious that Todd is thinking a little about today’s Haas driver competing in first class for the first time this year. But the FIA leader sees an important difference between father and son. Although Michael had to pave his own career path, “Mick received a very good education in a very comfortable environment”. They are “one blood, one goal”, distinguishing them are prerequisites.
At the end of the month, on the agenda of the 22-year-old Belgian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel finished 12th due to multiple collisions and disqualifications with Mick during a training session in Hungary last weekend.
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