Sport conspiracy? Wild rumors about Schumacher title
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In the motorsport scene there are conspiracy theories about Mick Schumacher's title in Formula 3 2018. A team boss from Formula 1 now speaks plain language.
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Schumacher was crowned champion again in 2018, at that time still in Formula 3. However, there are conspiracy theories on this title. Test
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As reported by motorsport-total.com , it is rumored that things were not right, especially in the second half of the season when the young German won eight races.
No one has yet been publicly aware of the theories, and there is no evidence either. So was his car manipulated to make Schumacher the Formula 3 winner, as the conspiracy theorists claim?
Franz Tost, team boss of the Formula 1 racing team AlphaTauri and an expert in the field of young talent, can by no means imagine that.
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Tost trusts Schumacher's successful career in Formula 1 to
"No, there is a clear counter-argument. After Spa ( where Schumacher's winning streak began, editor's note ) was the race in Austria It was pouring rain. And there he also won superiorly. And the engine power in the rain is not so important, "said Tost at motorsport-total.com .
"There are umpteen such conspiracy theories that I have experienced in the past," added the 65-year-old, but did not attach any importance to them.
Tost also has a plausible explanation for the numerous victories at the end of the season. "Mick is a driver who takes a little longer, but then he has everything under control," said the Austrian, who also expects Schumacher to have a great career in the premier class: "Mick will be very, very successful in Formula 1." ()
role model Michael Schumacher: Why Masepin is reluctant to do so .
© Haas / MSN Nikita Masepin (left) has great respect for Mick and Michael Schumacher Nikita Masepin has a great role model - and that is Schumacher! However, he does not mean Mick, his teammate at Haas in the 2021 Formula 1 season, but Michael, the seven-time world champion. Interesting: Masepin is cautious about the topic. Asked by a journalist in the context of the Haas presentation specifically whether he has “a role model like Michael Schumacher,” he replies: “Yes, I have.