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Skiing outside the official slopes is always risky, and knowing formula 1 -drivers he probably was going pretty fast.
They said on German TV that the piste wasn't dangerous.

Michael is an experienced skier.

It's just a tragic accident which could have happened to anyone.

I can't believe comments which I read on other parts of the internet where people really blame him for the accident.
That's the most insignificant thing now and beside this nobody knows what really happened.

I don't care about Formula 1 and was never a fan of Michael but this accident really shocks me and I can only wish him all the best.
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I have to admit I never like him, but hope he wins this race for life! After all, his most important one!

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Get well soon, Schumi!


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Hoping for a speedy recovery. The next few days will be the toughest.

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Oh no! Not The Stig!!! Please recover soon, Michael!
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They said on German TV that the piste wasn't dangerous.

Michael is an experienced skier.

It's just a tragic accident which could have happened to anyone.

I can't believe comments which I read on other parts of the internet where people really blame him for the accident.
That's the most insignificant thing now and beside this nobody knows what really happened.

I don't care about Formula 1 and was never a fan of Michael but this accident really shocks me and I can only wish him all the best.
I didn't blame him, sorry if I made it sound like that. It's a tragic accident indeed, but he did go off-piste as far as I understand. Then again, so do many other people.


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Still isn't time for joining to Ayerton in first row on starting grid and Schumi knows it. I am sure Micheal will go thorough it.
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Get well soon Michael, God bless you.

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I think he will survive, get well soon

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I have to admit I never like him, but hope he wins this race for life! After all, his most important one!
Same here.
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I have never supported him in F1 but I hope he recovers from this, without doubt the greatest F1 driver of all time

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Been seeing this on twitter


I watched F1 a lot more back when he was winning. He wasn't so likable but you couldn't deny he was great at what he did. I never forgot how chilling it was that he ran in -- and won -- the race on the day his mother died in 2003. And I always remembered hearing that he'd donated more to the Indian Ocean tsunami relief than some countries. And he was generous with many other charities.
http://www.newstalk.ie/The-charitabl...el-Schumacher-

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