We’re in a case of no news is no news with Michael Schumacher as he recovers from injuries sustained in his skiing accident on Sunday, and he remains in critical but stable condition in University Center Hospital in Grenoble, France.
That message was fully confirmed today by Schumacher’s manager, Sabine Kehm, who stressed once more that the only official updates will come from either Schumacher’s medical or management team. A series of press conferences has served as the best form of update since the accident, although one journalist attempted to gain access and dressed in disguise as a priest.
A camera fixed to Schumacher’s helmet was not also handed over voluntarily, Kehm said. Here’s her full statement from Saturday:
“Michael’s condition remains critical but stable. We would like to clearly stress that any information regarding Michael’s health not coming from the doctors treating him or from his management must be treated as invalid and pure speculation.”
“The family cares only for Michael’s health.”
“Michael’s helmet camera was voluntarily given to the investigating authorities by the family. That this should have been done against the wishes of the family is untrue.”
“We ask you to respect the continued privacy of the family.”
“In consultation with the doctors treating Michael, it is not expected that there will be any press conference before Monday.”
Also of note, former Formula One driver Robert Kubica has weighed in on the matter, considering he has been through a critical injury at a point in his career. He survived a near life-threatening rally accident in 2011.
“I was in a similar situation and I know media can play quite a hard game in a very difficult period for him, his family and close friends,” Kubica told Autosport.