Mick Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell put to the test

Mercedes drivers Mick Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton, and George Russell were put to the test.

Mercedes trio Mick Schumacher, Lewis Hamilton, and George Russell recently took part in a “Guess the F1 Driver” quiz, leaving fans entertained and amazed. 

The team shared the entertaining challenge on their social media platforms, offering fans a unique glimpse into the lighter side of the intense world of Formula 1.

The challenge, which involved identifying Formula 1 drivers based on the teams they had been associated with throughout their illustrious careers, showcased the three talents’ deep understanding of the sport’s history. 

Current and past legends were all part of the equation, making the challenge an exciting test of knowledge.

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The trio faced a roster of iconic names that included the likes of Daniel Ricciardo, Alex Albon, and Valtteri Bottas, as well as legends of the past such as Mika Hakkinen, Nigel Mansell, and Jenson Button. 

While the challenge posed a formidable test, all three drivers displayed remarkable acumen.

One of the standout moments of the quiz was when they unanimously correctly identified the legendary Niki Lauda, demonstrating their shared knowledge of the sport’s rich history. 

However, the road to victory was paved with intriguing twists and turns.

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Sebastian Vettel proved to be another name that tested the drivers’ expertise. 

Both Russell and Schumacher correctly guessed the four-time World Champion, showcasing their familiarity with the sport’s contemporary greats. 

Surprisingly, it was Russell who held the edge in correctly identifying Daniel Ricciardo, proving his keen eye for recognising current Formula 1 stars.

George Russell, the British sensation, demonstrated his prowess further by successfully identifying Alex Albon, Nigel Mansell, and Jenson Button, earning himself extra accolades for his comprehensive grasp of Formula 1 history.

Not to be outdone, Mick Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton also displayed their formidable knowledge. 

Schumacher identified his legendary father, Michael Schumacher, along with Ayrton Senna. 

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Hamilton, ever the meticulous student of the sport, correctly identified Mika Hakkinen, Valtteri Bottas, and even himself.

In a delightful twist of fate, both Schumacher and Hamilton incorrectly guessed Esteban Ocon, adding an element of unpredictability to the challenge.

As the dust settled, all three drivers found themselves tied at an impressive six correct answers each, leaving the contest without a clear winner.