Todt believes Schumacher will recover from injuries 19 January, 2014 Jean Todt and Michael Schumacher enjoyed huge success together at Ferrari FIA President Jean Todt has revealed that he is confident Michael Schumacher will recover from his skiing injuries. Todt, who became famously close to the seven time F1 World Champion during their days together at Ferrari, is one of only a handful of people who have visited Schumacher in hospital since he fell while skiing, three weeks ago. He been in an induced coma since. There has been speculation that the great 45-year-old German may not recover from his brain injuries, but Frenchman Todt said that he is confident of seeing his close friend again. “Michael is a fighter and I know well his energy, his courage and his perseverance,” he is quoted in German-language news reports. “I firmly believe this will make the difference at a time when fate is hesitating,” Todt reportedly said in Munich at an awards ceremony. “It is at this time that all who love him must believe in him,” he added. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsSwiss company plays down Schumacher records theftZanardi looks forward to Schumacher recoveryProbe into theft of Schumacher medical recordsMercedes stick with ‘Keep Fighting Michael’ tributeSchumacher treated like any other patientIs latest news about Schumacher really good news?Germany dedicate 4-0 win to SchumacherF1 world welcomes good news about SchumiSchumacher out of coma and discharged from hospitalSchumacher moved to special rehab unit Bojan It isn’t whether he is qualified or not, it’s about believing in his strength . And if you believe, there is a great chance you would succeed.