Michael Schumacher is ready to race

August, Ferrari published that the seven-times World Champion would make a comeback to the cockpit to substitute Felipe Massa, who continuous serious injuries in a qualifying accident at the Hungarian Grand Prix.However, just days later Schumacher announced that a neck injury he sustained in a motorbike accident during the winter had not healed sufficiently for him to race.
Rumours of a return go on to persist, however, with previous team owner Eddie Jordan claiming last week that Schumacher would race for Mercedes GP in 2010.His neckline is completely well – like his whole psyche, Weber told German weekly Bunte.With Schumacher, who turns 41 in January, having retired at the end of 2006, Weber also downplayed fears that his status might suffer if a return is attempted.

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