When the 2014 Formula One racing season gets underway today in Australia, the thoughts of many drivers, pit crews and fans will be with top-winning driver Michael Schumacher, who has been in a medically-induced coma since a skiing accident in France in December 2013.
EuroSport reports there are small, encouraging signs of improvement in his condition. But with such little news from the hospital in weeks, I am among those who fear that no news is not good news, but, rather, bad news.
The 2014 Rolex Formula One Australian Grand Prix is March 13-16 in Melbourne.
Schumacher raced for Ferrari before he retired.
The image is the F138 Formula 1, or Formula One, racecar
Our thoughts and wishes are with Michael Schumacher, and his family.
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