To add fuel to the fire, Schumi doesn't actually seem to have an official Facebook page, despite the one we quoted above being connected to Wiili Weber, the racer's manager.
Fast forward a few more hours, and there are now reports that quote Luca Cordero di Montezemolo as saying: “I know how strong he is. I'm sure that thanks to his determination; which will be crucial, he will come out from this very, very difficult situation.”
Now, di Montezemolo is indeed a close friend of Michael and the Schumacher family, as he was the Chairman of Ferrari during Schumi's most notable successes in Formula 1 and the two have always had a special connection.
On the other hand, there have been over two and a half years since Michael's unfortunate accident, when he suffered a devastating head injury in a crash while skiing in the Alps. After being airlifted to Grenoble, where he went through a couple of operations that likely saved his life, Schumi was then put in a medically induced coma.
Since then, reports about his health have been either false, vague or non-existent, mainly because the Schumacher family has issued an almost total media blackout. More recent, some of his former cars have appeared for sale.
All that his fans have now are rumors, which usually begin to be fueled around certain dates that are important to Schumi, like his birthday or the day of the unfortunate skiing accident.
This is what makes the latest ones so peculiar, but all we can do is hope for the best. Meanwhile, Mick Schumacher, the racing legend's son, is making a name for himself winning ADAC Formula 4 races.