Michael Schumacher was in a skiing accident in December 2013
For Sabine Kehm, the 48-year-old Formula One legend is a man with many faces.
On the race track he was obsessed with success, taking home seven world championships and securing his place on the F1 Hall of Fame forever.
For him "nothing was as important as victory" – and he was “almost unforgiving towards himself” in his pursuit for success.
Ms Kehm said: "Michael did everything to win the race. To give the team what the team wanted from him: victory."
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But at home was a different story – Schumacher was was "a completely different guy”, a sensitive father and “very relaxed".
Ms Kehm added he was “very relaxed, very generous, also sensitive. A very loving family man and family partner.
“Family was always the most important thing. That was always clear.
“A good, trustworthy, sometimes a little silly friend, who wanted to and was able to have fun in life."
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Michael did everything to win the race. To give the team what the team wanted from him: victory
Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm
The comments come after Ms Kehm said the racing star has always been a very private person so the decision to leave his fans in the dark has been in his best interest.
Ms Kehm told German media: “Michael has consistently drawn a clear line between the public and the private, which has always been accepted by the fans and the media.
“The decision to protect his privacy from the public has been met in Michael's interest."
Michael Schumacher suffered a serious brain injury in the crash
Schumacher was skiing in the French Alps in Meribel in December 2013 with his 14-year-old son Mick when he fell and hit his head on a rock.
Despite wearing a helmet, the record-breaking driver suffered traumatic brain injury and was put into a medically induced coma.
After almost a year in hospital, he was brought home and Ms Kehm added that she hoped he would "one day be back with us".
But until them she is also managing the racing career of Schumacher's son Mick, who is starting in Formula 3.
She said: ”The first year is a year of learning. Mick is doing this perfectly, he goes his own way unperturbed, can not be put under pressure and takes the time it takes to become a complete racing driver.”