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Michael Schumacher’s wife gives update on his condition

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Michael Schumacher’s family are planning legal action against a German weekly magazine over an ‘interview’ with the seven-time Formula One champion that was generated by artificial intelligence.

When asked for comment, a spokesperson for the Schumacher family pointed to published reports of the legal action. The Ferrari great has not been seen in public since suffering a severe brain injury in a skiing accident during a family holiday in the French Alps in December 2013.

The family has since protected his privacy, with limited access to those close to him and little information given about his condition. latest version of really die ran a front cover with a photo of a smiling Schumacher and a headline promising ‘Michael Schumacher, first interview’.

Elsewhere, Christian Horner responds to talk of Max Verstappen retiring from the sport, Verstappen dismisses Lewis Hamilton’s comments about Red Bull’s car this year and Guenther Steiner reveals he has seen German driver Mick Schumacher Why did you leave

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