The latest news on the state of Michael Schumacher has disappeared a bit and far between – and his manager has revealed why.
Formula One-seven seven-time champion hit his head on rock while skiing with a 14-year-old son, Mick in the French Alps in December 2013.
Since then, fans have been desperate for any news on Germany – but it has not been.
Speaking at a meeting of media professionals back in March 2016, Sabine Kehm, the manager of Schumacher, raised the fall on why.
New comments have come to the public domain – and reveals why it has never released any information about the state of the F1 legend.
"In general, the media has never reported on the private life of Michael and Chornana," he said.
"When he was in Switzerland, for example, he was obviously a private individual.
"Once in a long debate, Michael told me:" You do not have to do it for next year, I'm missing. & # 39;
"I believe this was his secret dream to be able to do that on a day.
"That's why now I want to protect her wishes as I do not let anything go out."
Former head of Schumacher at Ferrari Jean Todt has revealed that he visits the intense German champion twice a month.
Earlier in the year, "close relatives" told the French Paris Paris magazine, which gave a brief insight into the current welfare of 49.
One relative quoted saying: "When you put it in his wheelchair that faces the beautiful panorama of the mountains that overlooks the lake, Michael sometimes cries."
Schumacher is currently living in the town of Gland, overlooking Lake Geneva.
And Todt is a regular visitor with his / her home, seeing his close friend at least twice a month.
He told The Times: "I love Michael. I see his family. I want the situation to be different.
"When people ask me what my best memory is, Suzuka would say in 2000. Michael is a world champion after 21 years.
"I can remember telling Michael," At a professional level, things will be different to us. "