Spanish F1 pundit apologises for vile joke about Michael Schumacher’s condition | F1

Antonio Lobato has faced backlash and calls to resign in the wake of a comment he made about the legendary seven-time world champion’s condition during coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix. Schumacher suffered severe head injures in a skiing accident in December 2013 and has not been seen in public since. Updates on the German’s condition have been rare, with his family keen to keep his health out of the public eye. In a five-minute video posted on X [formerly Twitter], 58-year-old Lobato issued an apology and blamed his “clumsy mistake” on jet lag. “I made a mistake without any bad intentions,” Lobato is…

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