Stable for now. Head injuries are such an unknown quantity.
Yep, I also remember 1994 in Spain where his car was stuck in 5th for most of the race and he finished second. He always used to give it his all - those mid race quali laps he used to do to make up time were simply the best driving I have ever seen in a F1 car.Better news tonight thank goodness - I'm watched and admired his drives for years , the victories in Spain in 96 in a poor Ferrari which wasn't running on all it's cylinders ( 45 second lead ) then Monaco in 97 ( 20 second lead on lap 5 ) were breath taking and peerless . Get well my hero.
It's a brain injury mate. Two weeks is a fraction of a second. It's going to take many, many years for Michael to re-adjust and come to terms with his new life, whatever that may be.It's gone very quiet !
Very worrying been nearly 2 weeks & no positive news.
Starting to fear the worst.