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With 34 Grand Prix and two seasons on the clock with Haas, Mick Schumacher dreams of following in his father’s footsteps at Ferrari. At the end of the contract at the end of the season, the German still does not have a contract for 2023. At the microphone of Formula Passion, Mick Schumacher did not hide his desire to one day be chosen as a new driver. in Maranello
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— CANAL+ F1® (@CanalplusF1) August 2, 2022
I’m ready. Our cars are not the same, but they are similar. I grew up with Ferrari since almost 2019 and I feel like I understand the whole process. I would be more than happy to show them what I can do.
He keeps on :
In F1 you are always under pressure. Right now, I’m happy. It’s always about trying to improve performance. The goal is always to try to improve and become better, to reach higher and higher positions.
40 days without a motorcycle was way too long 😭
But it’s finally coming back this weekend! And besides, it’s in Silverstone ❗️
— CANAL+ MotoGP™ (@CanalplusMotoGP) August 3, 2022
In the meantime, the German remains a Haas driver. He now has 10 Grand Prix to claim a new steering wheel for next season.
In short :
For his second season in F1, Mick Schumacher has taken a step forward at the wheel of his Haas. At 23, the German pilot is now dreaming of something bigger. In the meantime, the German remains a Haas driver. He now has 10 Grand Prix to claim a new steering wheel for next season.