Did Michael Schumacher predict his disappearance? The F1 racer is still bedridden more than two years after the skiing incident.

The racing champion was at the peak of his career when the incident happened. His fans are desperate to know the real status of his recovery but to no avail.

Until now, his family is keeping information away from the public, but it is a good thing to know that Schumacher is on his way to wellness somehow.

On the other hand, Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm had a shocking revelation. Mirror believes that the F1 racer somehow knew what will happen.

“Once in a long discussion, Michael said to me: ‘You don’t need to call me for the next year, I’m disappearing,”‘ Mirror quotes. “I think it was his secret dream to be able to do that some day. That’s why now I still want to protect his wishes in that I don’t let anything get out,” the manager continues.

Was he able to foresee what was about to happen? The speculation will remain until the F1 racer can finally speak for himself.

Michael Schumacher has been fighting for his life. However, a previous report revealed that his will to live is slowly fading away.

On the contrary, writer Giorgio Terruzi stated on Italian newspaper Corriere Della Serra (via Express) that Schumacher’s lively spirit is unbeatable.

According to Terruzi, Michael Schumacher cries every time he hears his wife, his children, even his dogs. The whole F1 community, together with his family, is still hopeful that one day, we will see him back on the track.

Amidst the turmoil, medical experts are also in high hopes that he will recover someday. Despite the fact that the treatment requires an abundant amount of money, his family is willing to spend it all just for him to stay alive.

Michael Schumacher was enjoying his day on Dec. 29, 2013 by skiing on the French Alps when the tragic fall occurred. He was airlifted and brought to Grenoble Hospital afterward.