For german Sebastian Vettel his compatriot Mick Schumacher, son of Michael Schumacher, you have earned the opportunity to try a Ferrari de F1 and you should have opportunities to show what you are capable of.
Vettel, a four-time F.1 champion, will share the tests that the Scuderia will carry out with the 20-year-old at the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain next week after the second Grand Prix of the season to be run on Sunday.
"Obviously, with the name and being Michael's son, there are certainly some ties and expectations."said Vettel, who grew up idolizing his compatriot and received the nickname Baby Schumi early in his campaign.
“Considering how it has developed in recent years, it deserves to be where it is. Now we must give him time and peace to do his job ”, He added.
Mick Schumacher, who will debut this weekend at the F2 in Bahrain after winning the Formula 3 European Championship last year, he told a press conference that he was not going to let "Expectations overwhelm him."
"I'm not really concentrating on that right now."he told reporters when asked about his first contact with the F.1. "For me, it's really important to start the season in F.2 and then move on as it all settles down."
The Kaiser's son, seven-time Maxima champion, is a member of Ferrari's academy for young drivers and after testing a car from the legendary team on Tuesday, he will also tour with a Alfa Romeo next day.
Michael Schumacher spent 11 seasons at Ferrari, where he won five of his seven world championships between 2000 and 2004. The driver, who has not been seen in public since sustaining serious injuries in a ski accident in 2013, is also the most successful of all time with a record of 91 wins.