Jan 2, 2014, 2:00 PM EDT
Ferrari fans are set to hold a “silent and respectful” rally tomorrow outside the University Hospital Center in Grenoble, France for seven-time World Champion and former Scuderia driver Michael Schumacher, who remains in critical but stable condition after sustaining a severe head injury in a skiing accident on Sunday.
The following was posted to Ferrari’s official Facebook page earlier this morning:
As for possible updates on Schumacher’s condition, the hospital has confirmed that it does not expect to deliver one today according to British F1 broadcaster Sky Sports.
The F1 legend has undergone two surgeries, with the most recent one involving the removal of a hematoma. He also remains in a medically induced coma.
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