Schumacher recovery a miracle claims Hartstein 14 July, 2014 Gary Hartstein Ex Formula 1 doctor Gary Hartstein has again played down renewed hopes about Michael Schumacher’s health and possible recovery. The seven time world champion’s wife Corinna had triggered optimism last week by appearing smiling and happy at an equestrian event, before telling a German magazine that her husband is “slowly improving”. Hartstein, however, has been a regular critic of the Schumacher camp’s media management of the former F1 driver’s brain injuries, in the wake of his life-threatening skiing fall late last year. Schumacher, 45, is currently recuperating at a rehabilitation clinic in Switzerland, but Hartstein said: “Unfortunately, it is extremely unlikely that things with Michael are as good as everyone hopes. “It is realistic that Corinna is getting in touch with him in some form. But anything beyond that would be a miracle,” he told the German magazine Bunte. (GMM) Tweet Related NewsTodt misquoted on Schumacher normal lifeSchumacher can live normal life again revealsTodtSchumacher has made progress reveals TodtSchumacher is heading home at last!Life goes on for Schumacher family and friendsSchumacher might return home for summerSchumacher family stops publication of hospital photosSchumacher’s wife says worst is now overCorinna confirms Schumacher progress in rehabCorinna smiles again!