Michael Schumacher Health Update: Formula 1 Legend Might Be Transferred To US, Racer’s F2001 Up For Auction

Many fans remain clueless about the latest health condition of Michael Schumacher. The Formula 1 legend’s family has been keeping details about his health under wraps for years. Recently, new reports claimed that the German racer would be transported to Texas for advanced treatment.

The Sun reported that Michael Schumacher might be flown to their cattle ranch in the Lone Star State from his family home near Lake Geneva in Switzerland. The athlete’s wife, Corinna, reportedly decided to try a new kind of treatment for her husband, who has been bed-ridden since 2013. The news came after the Halver native met the brain injury specialist, Dr. Mark Meeks.

The publication claimed Dr. Meeks could bring new hope for Michael Schumacher. The specialist even told Expressen that he could help alleviate the present health condition because of his extensive experience in handling trauma patients. “There is probably no clinic in Europe that handles as many cases as we do,” he went on.

For starters, Michael Schumacher suffered a severe head injury after hitting his head on a rock in the French Alps in 2013. The German racing driver was left in a coma following the life-threatening accident. The seven-time Formula 1 world champion underwent two operations and left Grenoble Hospital in 2014.

Michael Schumacher might receive a new treatment in the United States

No other details about the alleged transfer have been made public yet. Corinna has yet to confirm or deny these reports. Hence, avid followers of Michael Schumacher should take these reports lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

Meanwhile, Express reports that the historic Formula 1 Ferrari vehicle of Michael Schumacher is currently up for sale at auction. Now, Sotheby’s revealed that it would offer the German racer’s title-winning car at its upcoming auction event on Nov. 16 in New York City.

Using the Ferrari F2001, Schumacher was able to win his fifth Monaco F1 Grand Prix in 2001. Michael Schumacher also drove the car when he won his fourth title at Hungarian Grand Prix. Tagged as the “most significant and valuable competition car in any collection worldwide,” the F2001 could fetch over 3 million euros.

Stay tuned for the latest news and updates about the health of Michael Schumacher!

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