Sabine Kehm confirms that the former world champion has begun the process of being brought out of his coma but stresses it could take a long time
Alonso is heading into his fifth year with Ferrari, and hopes that success in 2014 will mirror Schumacher's first title for the Italian's in his fifth attempt back in 2000
Massa wore a helmet with 'Schumi' written across the visor in tribute to his friend and former team-mate as he continues to be treated for severe brain injuries sustained in a skiing accident
Schumacher is currently being treated in the Grenoble University Hospital after suffering severe head injuries in a skiing accident
Fellow former F1 driver Philippe Streiff told reporters outside Grenoble Hospital that Schumacher's 'life is not in danger anymore', but his agent has dismissed the claim as 'pure speculation'
As if working for a far right political party wasn't tough enough, head press officer Simon Darby thought he'd make his life a bit more difficult
As the former Formula 1 champion fights for his life in a medically induced coma, well-wishers staged a vigil outside his Grenoble hospital
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Sabine Kehm told reporters this morning the former racing driver had remained ‘stable’ overnight with no changes to his condition
Driver is fighting for life after skiing accident in the French Alps
'He could die. He could have serious lasting effects such as paralysis or loss of understanding or he could recover completely,' Professor Denis Safran said ahead of today’s critical update
Another leading newspaper in Schumacher's homeland asks 'how many guardian angels does Schumi need' following serious head trauma suffered when he hit his head on a rock while skiing
F1 drivers from around the world have wished Michael Schumacher a full recovery as he lies in a coma after a skiing accident in France.
Wearing a helmet may have “minimised the severity” of injury suffered by racing driver Michael Schumacher following his skiing accident in France, a leading surgeon has said.
German equals Ascari’s record then lets departing team-mate take the honours on the podium in Brazil
Former McLaren driver to replace fellow Finn Kimi Raikkonen for remainder of season