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Formula 1: Mick Schumacher before his first visit to the Haas factory

Schumi junior before visiting the Haas factory for the first time

Mick Schumacher is getting fit for the season. His first Formula 1 racing car will be presented next week.

M.ick Schumacher fans should mark themselves in red on Thursday, March 4th. Then the Haas presentation rises. Officially, it will only be a livery reveal, in which only the new paintwork of the Haas-Ferrari VF-21 will be shown. However, some innovations may still be visible. The presentation starts at 9 a.m. German time.

And until then?

First factory visit to England

Schumi junior is about to make his first factory visit to his Formula 1 team Haas in England. It had to be postponed again and again due to Corona. Team boss Günther Steiner is also stuck in the USA. Michael Schumacher’s son has now posted photos of his quarantine in a British holiday home – and of training. The 21-year-old makes the neck particularly strong.

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At the same time, the Italian daily La Stampa published an interview with the German. The Formula 1 rookie reports on his first Formula 1 memory: “I was sitting in front of the television. I can’t say which Grand Prix I saw, but that one detail stuck in my mind: I wanted to race too. “

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He will do that in the premier class from 2021. Mick: “I am very happy to be with Haas. It’s my F1 debut and I want to do it in the best possible way. Then we’ll see what the future holds for me, but I don’t deny it: it would be a dream to drive a Ferrari like my father did in the past. “

Schumacher comes out as a Ferrari fan – and again emphasizes his special relationship with Sebastian Vettel. “Seb and I talk to each other regularly. He has a lot of experience and gives me advice. He’s keeping an eye on me. “
On March 28th on the race track in Bahrain in the first joint race.

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