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Todt remains at Schumacher's bed-side at Grenoble hospital

Todt remains at Schumacher's bed-side at Grenoble hospital 6 February, 2014 Michael Schumacher and Jean Todt celebrate victory at the 2004 Hungarian GP FIA president Jean Todt remains an almost ever-present figure in Grenoble which almost 600 kilometres from his Paris office, that the great Michael Schumacher – one of the former Ferrari boss' closest friends – lies grievously injured after a late December skiing fall. Ever since Schumacher's coma began just after Christmas, the diminutive 67-year-old Todt has fought through the crowds of reporters in order to be with the German. He is one of very few Schumacher friends that has been welcomed to Grenoble by the anguished...
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