Michael Schumacher's wife sells €34m jet as stricken F1 star remains in comatose condition
Corinna Schumacher has sold her husband Michael's €34m jet and is considering selling their chalet in France according to reports in Germany.
Schumacher is continuing his recovery after a skiing accident in the French Alps in December 2013. He remains immobile, can't speak and has a team of 15 medical staff caring for him at a special medical suite at his mansion in Switzerland.
The Daily Star reports Corinna has accepted the racer would never fully recover to enjoy them again.
A sales clerk by profession, Corinna has taken over the management of her husband's €700m business empire and is set to be considering selling their chalet in Merebel, the scene of the Formula One icon's horrific ski accident.
Last month Schumacher's son Mick finished ninth on his Formula Four debut.
The 16-year-old had qualified in 19th place on the grid for Van Amersfoort Racing in Oschersleben but enjoyed a good race and made up 10 places before the chequered flag to take two points.
Mick was present at the time of the incident - which left Schumacher in an induced coma following a severe head injury.