Schuey faces fitness questions
Michael Schumacher’s go back to F1 in Valencia later this month might be scuppered by fitness problems, based on his official spokeswoman.
The seven-time world champion was hurt inside a motorcycle testing accident captured, and the spokeswoman, Sabine Kehm, accepted that until he had been administered the all-obvious there is still possible he might not race within the European Grand Prix on 23 August.
“It’s not sure the neck holds and also the comeback could be began,” Kehm stated. “This will depend on medical investigations. Once individuals could it be obvious whether he can drive.
“In the beginning it had been made obvious Michael will need medical checks. It is perfectly normal. Michael is fully prepared, and fully onto it. He’s been for any week now. But he’s a individual, and we must make certain things are fine.”
Schumacher has spent each day testing a 2-year-old F2007 Ferrari F1 vehicle at Mugello, using GP2 slicks. Following a test, he accepted on his site that his neck hurt following a test.
However, the discomfort hasn’t curtailed Schumacher’s formulations. He states have forfeit 3kg already, and spent yesterday karting with Ferrari test driver Luca Badoer.
“Karting has an excellent training effect that’s the reason today I simply leaped right into a testing day’s the Tony Kart Team in Lonato,” Schumacher stated on his official website. “There’s nothing better in my formulations right now when it comes to controls forces, for instance, karting is even more complicated than F1.
“Cheap it’s been boiling hot here’s simulating the temparatures expected for Valencia. Luca is by using me, and together we found again today that karting is simply a great deal of fun.”
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