World Champion driver continues to be monitored in a French hospital.
Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has been moved from intensive care to a rehabilitation ward in a solid sign he is out of danger.
According to reports from Germany, Schumacher has been moved to a different section of the Grenoble Hospital he has been in since last December.
While he is rated as “out of danger” the chances for a full recovery remain very slim if at all, as fans of his around the world continue to pray for a miracle.
The last official word on Schumacher’s health came two months ago through his manager Sabine Kehm, who said at the time the former Ferrari driver was entering his “wake-up” phase.
During which his medical team would gradually lower the level of drugs in his system that have kept him in an induced coma for close to six months.
Schumacher became worldwide news when he struck his head while skiing with his family, suffering massive injures many people were surprised did not kill him outright.
The 45-year-old underwent multiple surgeries to help remove clots and pressure inside of his skull as a result of the impact.
Former Formula One manager Flavio Briatoresaid this week the fact no official news had been released by the family and the hospital could not be a good sign for Schumacher’s recovery.
“No news is not good news,” Briatore said.
Former F1 doctor Dr Gary Hartstein also express his grace doubts for Schumacher.
“I’m quite afraid, and virtually certain, we will never have any good news about Michael,” he said.