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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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A virtual hearing began at 8am (BST) this morning, with race stewards present in Melbourne for the appeals process.

Ferrari expected Sainz’s five-second time penalty – which resulted in him moving from fourth to 12thth And out of points – will be overturned.

However, the FIA ​​noted “no significant and relevant new elements” calling for a new hearing of the incident.

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With modifications to the sprint weekend format likely to come into effect next week in Azerbaijan, Verstappen said at the last race in Australia that he was not sure how long he would continue in the sport if modifications were made to the race weekend.

Verstappen, who has a £40m-a-year contract with Red Bull until 2028, has stated his dislike of sprint races in the past.

Verstappen, a two-time F1 world champion at the age of 25, currently leads this year’s world championship by 15 points and while Horner admits the Dutchman has the potential to continue in the game as long as 41-year-old Fernando Alonso Unlikely, the Red Bull team principal believes he will keep racing as long as “the passion burns inside him”.

“Max is his own man and he’s very, very strong in his views and his outlook on what he wants to do with his life,” explained Horner. Sky Sports News.

keiran jackson20 April 2023 10:14

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When is the Azerbaijan Grand Prix?

The fourth race weekend of the 2023 season, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, takes place from Friday 28 April – Sunday 30 April.

The schedule currently is as follows: Before qualifying for the Saturday sprint race, first practice takes place at 10:30 am (BST). 2 pm (BST),

The second practice session will be held at 10:30 am on Saturday before the sprint race 2.30pm (BST), Currently, the grid for Sunday’s Grand Prix will be determined by finishing positions in the sprints, with points awarded to the top-eight.

sunday is the start time of the race noon (BST),

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keiran jackson20 April 2023 10:11

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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.

(AFP via Getty Images)

keiran jackson20 April 2023 10:09