Mick Schumacher already hints at being a class apart. Many will refute the opinion, criticizing it to be too early to deem such for Mick. However, after following the young sensation through his F2 career into F1, the statement in not an exaggeration.
Humility and compassion are aspects, that receive recognition anywhere. Mick Schumacher has both of it instilled within his demeanor and manners. The racer hails from the legendary family of Schumacher in F1. However, a look at him, he is just another racer on the paddock fighting for his glory.
Mick Schumacher starts with Haas F1 in 2021. Replacing Romain Grosjean, at the cockpit, Mick will have to adjust quickly to the fast-paced sport. He is a fast learner and implies his education well. So, fans rooting for him at Deutschland, it will be worth the wait.
In an interview with Corriere Della Sera, Mick indulged in various questions about his journey up till now. One opinion that would please anyone on the grid was about Mercedes cars. Verstappen claimed that anyone could win in a Mercedes AMG, minimizing Hamilton’s effort. However, Mick’s words will make you a fan.
“The speech applies to Hamilton as it is to my father. There is nothing random about great success. It is an iceberg, of which we often only see the tip emerging from the water,” remarked Schumacher Jr.
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The sport is filling up with the passion and spirit of the youth. There are already a ton of drivers who haven’t yet crossed their 25 years’ mark. Racers like George Russell and Lando Norris. However, their words, their insight into the sport, their understanding of the strategies, it is like any champion on the line.
Mick Schumacher is another one that joins the race of this young racers. He will be one F1 rookie besides Yuki Tsunoda, from whom fans will have a lot of expectations. Although his performance is uncertain, this being his first season, his spirit is on the right line.
“When we look at a champion that dominates an entire era, there is the risk of neglecting something important. The enormous work it requires, how relevant are the resources, energy and talent applied by that champion who then wins,” pointed Mick Schumacher.
Mattia Binotto pointed out earlier about Mick’s line of progression. He is usually gets to his best form in his second season. He takes the first to understand and adjust to the format, and by the second he is a rockstar. Well, 2021 will be his chance to get in the groove. Since then, it is tireless effort.
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