Sports Ralf Schumacher: Mick «would be a candidate» for Alpine
Vettel suggests Schumacher as the successor in front of
The four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel proposed Mick Schumacher as the successor after his announced resignation. © provided by Sport1.de Vettel suggests Schumacher as the successor in front of The four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel proposed Mick Schumacher as the successor for his vacant cockpit at Aston Martin.
The former Formula 1 driver Ralf Schumacher thinks a change from his nephew Mick Schumacher to the Alpine team possible.
«Mick has not yet signed a contract. So he would be a candidate. A candidate with speed, as you saw, »told the TV expert to the broadcaster Sky. Mick Schumacher's future in Formula 1 is open, his contract at Haas expires after this season. At Alpine there is a cockpit free for the coming year because Fernando Alonso moves to Aston Martin.
Actually, the French racing team wanted to promote the Australian replacement pilot Oscar Piatri to a regular driver and had even announced this in public. However, the 21-year-old excluded the contract. He is said to be faced with a commitment to the McLaren team and could replace his compatriot Daniel Ricciardo there.
Ricciardo does not see Ralf Schumacher as a candidate on the alpine cockpit. "Personally, I can't imagine that he will get another chance in Formula 1," said the 47-year-old. In addition to his nephew Mick, Schumacher sees Aston Martin spare drivers Nico Hülkenberg as an option for Alpine.
Good news for Schumacher .
on time at the Grand Prix of Belgium, Mick Schumacher finally gets the new update. The expectations of team boss Günther Steiner are high for his drivers. © provided by Sport1.de Good news for Schumacher Good news for Mick Schumacher! Next weekend Formula 1 will return from the summer break and Mick Schumacher's bolide will be equipped with the current update package for the first time, as Haas team boss Günther Steiner confirmed during a media appointment.