Formula 1 – Researcher Mick: Points are the goal of the season

After 18th place at the Brazilian GP, ​​Mick Schumacher (22) comes to Qatar with renewed hope for the new course. “Unfortunately, I didn’t have the chance to drive in the simulator,” he says. “This is a completely new route for us that I saw for the first time on the trackwalk. It will be quite fast and has a lot of corners that will not do the tires well. “

Nevertheless, Schumacher hopes for the first point for himself and his Haas team in the final three races of the 2021 season. “I would never say that I don’t care about points,” emphasizes Mick. “We’ll do everything we can to get a point. That is our big goal. The question is whether we can make it, but hope dies last. “

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Especially since the Haas performed well in Brazil. Schumacher junior on his eleventh fastest race lap: “We had the pace to be ahead of Williams. It’s a shame that we couldn’t do that. ”
The reason was the collision with Kimi Raikkonen’s Alfa Romeo in turn one, after which the German had to pick up a new front wing. Mick: “It was pretty tight in turn one, I think we both didn’t leave much space. But that’s what makes a duel like this. I then got oversteer that triggered the situation. “

Mick Schumacher.

The raised index finger of Haas team boss Günther Steiner stayed away this time. “If you want to learn and move forward, you have to take risks,” admits Michael Schumacher’s son. “It’s not a reason to feel bad, it’s all part of learning and growing.”

One thing is certain: Schumi III is optimistic about the future. “I think we have perfected our car and found a set-up that will help us get to know others.”

The attack on midfield is then planned for 2022. He has already seen his new Haas Ferrari in photos. “It looks good, quite aggressive. And in terms of pace, it’s not too far removed from this year’s car, which is good. ”

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Background: Actually, the racing cars should slow down according to the new regulations in 2022. If the new Haas is as fast as the old one, the team has made progress. Mick: “We’ll get around the corners quickly, the fun factor remains. I believe that should be a step forward. “

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