MARANELLO, Italy, Oct 8 - Ferrari made a dramatic about turn on Friday when they revealed that Michael Schumacher would race for them in the final two Grand Prix of the Formula One season. Just five days ago the Italian stable said Schumacher had not recovered enough after breaking his leg at the British Grand Prix in July and would sit out the races in Malaysia on October 17 and Japan on October 31. But after testing at the Mugello and Fiorano circuits interrupted only by a quick visit to Rome to meet Pope John Paul the German double world champion appears to have made a miraculous recovery. "After three days of intensive training at Mugello and Fiorano, Michael saw that there had been a big improvement in his physical condition and therefore he has decided to take part in the two final and very important races of the season,'' the team said in a statement."He will compete to give the maximum support to Ferrari in the fight for the championships and to fulfil the wishes of the team and all the fans.'' Schumacher said after undergoing medical tests in Paris on Sunday that he was in no state to compete in the Asian races.