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Vettel and Massa to send best wishes to Schumacher and his family

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Screen-Shot-2014-04-04-at-13.45.06Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel and Williams speedy Felipe Massa have both welcomed latest positive updates regarding suffering Michael Schumacher, that signs of “consciousness and awakening” for Seven-time world champion.

Schumi suffered in a skiing accident last year and he has been in a medically induced coma for the past three months. His manager Sabine Kehm recently released some positive news about his condition.

“Michael is making progress on his way, he shows moments of consciousness and awakening. Kehm said.

“We are on his side during this long and difficult fight, together with the team of the hospital in Grenbole, and we keep remaining confident.”

Following the Schumacher’s news release Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Massa wishing him and his family all the best.

“I’m always a bit careful with second-hand information but it’s very good to hear it’s going in the right direction,” said the defending world champion.

“There’s still a long process ahead of him so we need to be careful. It’s good to hear after many, many weeks of no news.

“I wish all the best to him and his families and hopefully we keep hearing over the next weeks.”

Felipe Massa: “I really hope we have positive news all the time, I pray for him every day and want to see him back here.

“I’m definitely looking forward to that and hope the best for him and the family, and also for the doctors taking care of him. I think it’s getting better and better all the time so that’s my hope.”

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