‘Intense’ Haas F1 Boss Steiner ‘Very Direct’ Admits Mick Schumacher




The F2 world champion and son of Michael Schumacher, Mick Schumacher, is heading to the Formula One grid. The young German driver will be driving for Haas F1 team alongside Russian driver, Nikita Mazepin.

The 21-year-old has some heavyweights on his shoulder as he brings the Schumacher name back to the grid in 2021. He would be working with one of the toughest team bosses the paddock has ever seen, Guenther Steiner. The Haas boss is responsible for the young Schumacher as he makes his journey in the sport.

HOCKENHEIM, GERMANY – OCTOBER 13: Mick Schumacher #4 looks on after race 1 of the final race of the Formula 3 Championship at Hockenheimring on October 13, 2018 in Hockenheim, Germany. (Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Schumacher says communication is key

While talking about his relation with Steiner in an interview with SkySports, the young Schumacher said, ” Very intense, of course. It is important that we communicate a lot about the start of the season and that all parts come together. That all of the preparation goes as it should. We are always up to date.”

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY – AUGUST 01: Formula 2 driver Mick Schumacher of Germany walks in the Paddock during previews ahead of the F1 Grand Prix of Hungary at Hungaroring in Budapest, Hungary. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)

When he was asked what his thoughts were on his new boss, Schumacher said, ” Very nice, but also very direct. That is something that is very positive. I believe that the most direct route is always the easiest and that we are all on the same page and up to date. This is simply the best way to work. (translated via Google)

A name to remember

Being the son of a seven-time world champion will bring some heavyweights on the shoulders of Mick. He has shown what it takes to be in the sport, in last year’s season the German became F2 world champion. The rookie German will make his debut in Bahrain on the 28th of March.

MONTE CARLO, MONACO – 2019/05/26: Mick Schumacher of Germany and Ferrari in the Paddock during the F1 Grand Prix of Monaco. (Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images)

The world of Formula One will look at the new Haas driver, as he embarks on his F1 journey as looks to replicate what his father did years ago. The pressure is building up just not for Mick but for the other nineteen as well as take to the gird in Bahrain at the end of March to prove who is the best.

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