"Mick Schumacher enriches Formula 1"

Stefano Domenicali, head of the top flight, highlighted the importance of the debut of Michael Schumacher's son in the specialty.

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The new president Formula 1, Stefano Domenicali, praised the young German pilot Mick Schumacher and said that their incorporation is a "enrichment" for the queen of motorsport.

"It's great to see Mick in Formula 1", declared the Italian to the websites sport1.de and f1-insider.com, in addition to ensuring that the 21-year-old German driver deserved promotion from the F2, since it had improved in all the categories and in all it had been successful. "That shows that he has reached the level of a Formula 1 driver on his own merits, not his name," he maintained.

Mick SchumacherThe son of Michael Schumacher, a seven-time F.1 world champion, will debut this year with the US team Haas. Like his rivals, Mick participated in the pre-season tests held in Bahrain for the start of the course at this circuit on March .

The German pilot became champion of the F.2 last year and was awarded the European Formula 3 Championship in 2018. Schumacher is part of the Ferrari junior academy, the team with which his father won five of his seven titles. Domenicali himself was the sports director of the Italian team.

Mick SchumacherAccording to Domenicali, the name of Mick Schumacher attracts a lot of attention and this benefits everyone. However, he stressed that you have to give him the opportunity to develop calmly so that he can have a normal learning curve.

The former Ferrari boss also highlighted the new bond between the German Sebastian Vettel y Aston Martin. "It has something special. Sebastian is still four times world champion and now he will have the opportunity to show that he still has those skills "He stressed.

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