Mick Schumacher

IndyCar driver criticises Formula 1 racers over safety ‘cop-out’

Former F1 and now IndyCar driver Alexander Rossi has called current Formula 1 drivers’ excuse for not racing on ovals a “cop-out”, with the American highlighting that no cars “split in half” during the Indy 500. Rossi drove for the now folded Manor-Marussia for five races in 2015, before leaving the team to venture back

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Haas warned against sacking Mick Schumacher

Former Formula 1 driver, Hans-Joachim Stuck, has told Haas that they will not be able to find a better driver than Mick Schumacher. The German is out of contract with Haas at the end of this season having extended his stay during a satisfactory performance over the course of his rookie year in 2021. Neither

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Ralf Schumacher reveals why Mick was struggling at Haas

Former Formula 1 driver Ralf Schumacher believes that his nephew and Haas driver, Mick, is now a lot better over one lap, and this is the reason for his improvements in recent weeks. Mick Schumacher entered the pinnacle of motorsport with the American side last season alongside fellow rookie Nikita Mazepin, and he comfortably out-performed

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Mick Schumacher reflects on fighting Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton

Mick Schumacher turned a much-needed corner during the first half of the season, after looking at one point like he was set for an awkward summer break. Schumacher experienced huge crashes at both the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and the Monaco Grand Prix, resulting in a falling out with Haas F1 Team boss Guenther Steiner.

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Mick Schumacher comments on prospect of joining Ferrari in 2023

Mick Schumacher’s future in Formula 1 appears to be somewhat uncertain, with the young German currently without a contract for 2023. It was expected that Schumacher would replace Sebastian Vettel at the Aston Martin F1 Team; however, the shock signing of double World Champion Fernando Alonso has ended any hope of a switch to the

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Guenther Steiner responds to Haas cheating allegations

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has suggested that it was more prudent to take the time to figure out which upgrades would work, and which would not. Haas brought their first meaningful upgrade of the season to the Hungarian Grand Prix last weekend, but they could only install them onto Kevin Magnussen’s car. Two heavy

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Mick Schumacher warned he could be axed by Haas

Auto Motor und Sport journalist, Tobi Gruner, believes that Mick Schumacher could end up losing the most once silly season shakes out. Sebastian Vettel announced his retirement last week, bringing an end to a career that started with BMW Sauber in 2007. The fact that he made the announcement was not such a surprise given

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