Entertainment Mick Schumacher: "Comparison with my father is difficult"

08:05  24 october  2020
08:05  24 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

Wetter slows Schumacher: No training in the Eifel

 Wetter slows Schumacher: No training in the Eifel Michael Schumacher, five-time Nürburgring winner and record world champion, had excelled time and again in his Formula 1 career in conditions close to the irregular and was nicknamed "rain god". Mick Schumacher would have "gladly" taken to the track in continuous rain and fog on Friday, "but safety first". His anxious look at the rain radar and a tour of the pit lane quickly made it clear to him: Nothing is going here today. Due to the tight schedule, moving the unit was out of the question.

Mick Schumacher says he has no problem with people comparing him to his father , the seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher . Mick Schumacher is following in his father 's footsteps after being selected for the Ferrari driver academy. The 19-year-old joined the Ferrari driver

Mick Schumacher says he sees comparisons with his father , seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher , as 'something very special' and 'an honour'. The 19-year-old is beginning his first season in Formula 2 and following in his father 's footsteps as part of the Ferrari set-up.

Mick Schumacher does not consider a direct comparison with his famous father Michael appropriate at the moment. "A driver has to adapt his style to the requirements of the respective car," the 21-year-old told Focus magazine. In Formula 3 you have to drive very differently than in Formula 2 or Formula 1. He doesn't know "what my driving style would be like if I were a Formula 1 driver. That is why it is difficult to compare it to my father at the moment . "

Für Schumacher ist ein Sitz in der Formel 1 das Ziel © INA FASSBENDER For Schumacher, a seat in Formula 1 is the goal

However, everything indicates that Mick Schumacher will drive Formula 1 next year, the two Ferrari customer teams Haas and Alfa Romeo are interested in the young man the big name. "I feel absolutely ready for the next step," said the current leader in Formula 2: "It's no secret that Formula 1 is my dream. If the opportunity to drive Formula 1 in 2021 opens up, I'll be sure don't say no. "

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