Schumacher is living with his wife, Corinna Betsch, in their Swiss mansion by Lake Geneva. In 2013 he suffered a severe brain injury, and narrowly avoided death, following a skiing accident in the French Alps.
The Formula 1 ace was placed in a medically induced coma until June 2014 and spent 254 days in hospital.
Schumacher has also had a number of operations and has not appeared in public since the crash.
His family are very private about the exact state of his health, releasing little information to the press.
This is reflective of Schumacher’s when he was still racing, with the Ferrari star known to be intensely private about his personal life.
Todt was chief executive of of Ferrari F1 between 2004 and 2008 when Schumacher was racing for the team.
He is currently president of the FIA, Formula 1’s governing body, having first been elected to the position in 2009.
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday Todt said he has been visiting Schumacher at his Swiss home and has even been watching Formula 1 races with the former champion.
He commented: “I saw Michael last week.
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Briton Lewis Hamilton, who has six world titles, could potentially match Schumacher’s record this year.
Hamilton has been an outspoken supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement which spread across the globe after police in Minneapolis killed George Floyd in late May.
Mercedes are this year racing in black cars, rather than their traditional silver, with an anti-racism message following the incident.
During the Mail on Sunday interview Todt revealed Hamilton had written to him personally calling for support for Black Lives Matter.
Todt, who’s father was a Polish Jewish doctor, committed £1 million to fight discrimination from the FIA.
He said: “As child I was told not to say anything about my father’s origins.
“But when I was an adolescent, 17 or 18, I decided I would never deny it.
“My wife is Chinese. She sometimes has problems as a result.
“Lewis feels strongly about racism. It is a cause dear to him.”
This years F1 season, now underway in a modified fashion, was delayed due to the global coronavirus epidemic.