Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton has commented on Michael Schumacher's skiing accident, saying that "all things happens for a reason."
Welcoming the news that Schumacher was showing small signs of improvement following his skiing accident in December, seven-time F1 champion Hamilton told the The Daily Telegraph that he feels the "experience will really show his character and depth".
"He's a legend in the sport, you know, who has achieved so much, a very motivated individual," he said.
"So I feel like all things happen for a reason, I think that this is an experience that will really show his character and depth and even more so than any other experiences he's had."
Lewis Hamilton has won the Hungarian Grand Prix - the British F1 driver's first win of the season and his first since joining the Mercedes team.
Hamilton, who started the race in pole position, finished ahead of Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen and Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.
Germany's Nico Rosberg has won the British Formula One Grand Prix for Mercedes by 0.7 seconds from Australian Mark Webber for Red Bull.
Lewis Hamilton has said that Red Bull will make victory difficult in today's British Grand Prix, despite qualifying in pole position.
He told BBC Sport: "Red Bull have been dominant throughout the year. We are getting closer but I don't feel we are there yet. We'll do what we can. We're in the best position to fight."
Hamilton said: "Undoubtedly it's going to be tough to keep Sebastian [Vettel] behind us".
""I'm going to be pushing, giving my all, as I'm sure Nico [Rosberg, Mercedes team-mate] will, to finish up ahead."
"We're just going to put as much positive energy as we can towards it and we'll do the best job we can", he added.
Lewis Hamilton stormed to pole position for his home British Formula One Grand Prix yesterday with German team mate Nico Rosberg qualifying alongside him.
Hamilton produced a lap of 1:29.07, described as "phenomenal" by defending champion Sebastien Vettel.