Berger airlifted after getting injured in skiing fall 10 March, 2014 Gerhard Berger Former Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger has crashed whilst skiing in the Kitzbuhel district in his native Austria. Ten weeks into Michael Schumacher’s coma, Austrian reports including the Kronen Zeitung newspaper said former Ferrari and McLaren driver Berger was hospitalised late last week after crashing at the Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser Brixental resort. APA news agency said the 54-year-old was released from the St Johann hospital on Sunday, where he had been airlifted from the scene with a broken upper arm and operated on. “He’s very good. He is on the road to recovery,” a hospital spokesperson said. Reports said Berger tripped on a forest road and struck a concrete drainage pipe. (GMM) Related NewsNigel Stepney killed in car crashSpecial Tribute: Formula 1 and Ferrari hearts beat for Michael SchumacherBerger says new V6 turbo era is pure Formula 1Boullier: I will feel proud arriving in Melbourne wearing McLaren team kitSenna joins Sky Sports F1 line-up for 2014Boullier admires his dream machine during visit to McLaren HQFormula 1 Quotes of the Year for 2013F1 world in shock while support pours in for Schumacher and his familySchumacher in coma and fighting for his life after skiing accidentMontezemolo: Horner as Ecclestone’s successor a joke =El Presidente= As it seems it are the skiers who need to earn millions, F1 drivers could do without the hazard-money clearly..