Mick Schumacher in Williams' sights

The head of the British team confirmed that he is closely following the performance of Schumi's son.

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The German's debut season Mick Schumacher in the F1 it could be considered acceptable, considering you are competing with the least resourceful team in the category. And if well Haas has already ratified it for 2022That does not mean that other teams make public their desire to have their services in the future.

It is strikingly not about Ferrari, which is sponsoring its sports campaign and which is more than satisfied with its performance, but the interest comes from Williams, which for next year will feature the Canadian Nicholas latifi and thai Alex Albon.

Mick SchumacherIn an interview with RTL, Jost capitoCEO of the Grove team, he did not stop throwing flowers at the heir of Michael Schumacher. "Mick is a pilot we have an eye on "He said.

“He's a good kid and he deserves a car where he can win. I am convinced that this will happen and if it is with Williams, even better "Capito admitted, without making it clear if he already had contacts with the new German pilot.

"He has done an excellent job this year"added the team-manager about Mick, who so far this season has harvested a 13th place as best result during Hungarian Grand Prix.

Schumacher reached F.1 with the support of the Scuderia, but also with the endorsement of very good results in promotional categories, such as the titles of the European Formula 3 (2018) and the F2 (2020).

Despite Williams' interest, Everything indicates that Mick would arrive at Ferrari in 2023 to accompany the Monegasque Charles Leclerc, with a contract until 2024; and thus replace the Spanish Carlos Sainz, which he renewed only for 2022 ...

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