Seven time German formula one champion Michael Schumacher who suffered from a critical head injuries on December 29,2013 while skiing with his son and friends at the French resort of Meribel is out of coma. Schumacher who was put under medically induced coma for the sake of preserving his brain from further damage after removing life threatening blood clots was kept in unconscious state at the Gernoble hospital in France, is now out of intensive care and has left the hospital. On behalf of the Michael’s family, who have been away from the public eye, Sabine Kehm said the family were “sure” the wishes of fans had helped the seven-time Formula One champion recover and begin his rehabilitation. She further added “Michael has left the CHU Grenoble to continue his long phase of rehabilitation. He is not in a coma anymore” The last 6-months had been a tense time for Michael’s family and fans worldwide as there was no confirming news on the 45-year old formula one legends health. They can now finally have a sigh of relief as Schumacher would now slowly start working towards a complete recovery. A lot of credit has to be given to the doctors who spent countless hours in getting the seven-time formula one champion to a stable state while his condition was critical. The location of Schumacher’s rehabilitation is unknown and is likely to stay that say to keep the ex-formula one driver away from media. Schumacher won an unprecedented seven titles in F1: two with Benetton in 1994 and 1995, and five consecutive championships with Ferrari from 2000 to 2004. The German came back to the sport with Mercedes in 2010, securing only one podium before retiring for a second time at the end of 2012.