Michael Schumacher's Son Mick to Take f1 Test For Ferrari

Michael Schumacher's Son Mick to Take f1 Test For Ferrari 

Michael Schumacher, son of  Great Michael, is currently eighth in the Formula 2 standings after his first weekend at the Bahrain Grand Prix.
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Michael Schumacher's Son Mick to Take F1 Test For Ferrari - F1 News

After a few days in Bahrain for Formula One's great Michael Schumacher's 20-year-old son in Bahrain, Mick will now be ready to take his first Formula One test for Ferrari on April 2.
In the first race on Saturday, the 20-year-old German remained at the eighth position, meaning that they climbed to the second race after Sunday's reversal in the grid situation.

On Sunday, Schumacher came in sixth place in the sprint race, which Luca Ghetto won.


Therefore, life has become a full circle for Schumacher. The possibility of seeing a Schumacher again in Ferrari's famous red car generated excitement and focused on it.

His famous father's record seven F1 titles were won from 2000-04 with Ferrari. His 50-year-old father also holds the record for most F1 wins with 91.

One of his father's trademarks as a driver was an inevitable internal self-confidence. Between them strong jaws, physical similarities are also obvious.

They were skiing together in December 2013 when their father fell and hit the right side of their head on a rock, which opened the helmet.

Doctors worked to remove blood clots from her brain, but some were left because they were very deeply embedded. Schumacher's condition stabilized after being kept in a drug-induced coma, from which he emerged later. Updates about their health are rare since they left the hospital in September 2014 to take personal care of their Swiss home in Lackin Geneva.

Obviously, talking about your father is a deeply sensitive issue. Although he spoke peacefully and measured vowels, when addressing his father's influence on him as a young racer, the feeling was clear in his voice.

Michael Schumacher's Son Mick to Take F1 Test For Ferrari - F1 News
Michael Schumacher's Son Mick to Take F1 Test For Ferrari - F1 News

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Two years ago, the small Schumacher had lifted the performance in the Benetton B194 F1 model, which his father won in 1994 for the first time in his seven championships.

Schumacher wanted to walk in the footsteps of his father.

Schumacher said, "Obviously we talked at a number of points in karting, which helped me a lot." "Driving, go-karts, I said that I really want to do what he wanted to do. This is the thing that I want to professionally, as a career and as a job. Soon we started taking it very seriously and completed it. " Karting went very quickly for international steps. "

If he performs well in this season, then it is possible that he can come in F1 next year.


Father and son are not unusual in F1, but successful individuals are rare.

Nico Rosberg's F1 title with Mercedes in 2016 made him the only second son of the F1 champion, who became one of himself. He walked in the footsteps of 1982's F1 champion Keke Rosberg. Other were Graham Hill ('62 and '68) and Damon Hill ('96). Villeneuve came closer to doing this: Gilles made runner-up in '79 and his son Jacques won it in '97.

When Schumacher had won the F3 European championship title last year, it tracked him fast in F2 and estimated that he could be in F1 until 2020.

Michael has not been seen publicly since his head injury during a skiing accident in 2013 and his condition is secretly protected by his family.

Mick's uncle Ralph Schumacher, who was also an F1 driver, urged caution because his nephew did his job on a motor racing ladder.

Ralph Schumacher told the press agency DPA, "You should give him all the time, it is important to see if there is a learning curve or not. It is not relevant now whether he can drive for the title."

"It works very well in F4 and F3, it will work very well now. They have shown their ability with the result of the F3 championship. But everything in F2 starts with zero."



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