Mick Schumacher on monitor to observe in his dad’s footsteps, says Michael’s previous mentor Ross Brawn
‘Mick will certainly be on the F1 grid quickly’: Schumacher on monitor to observe in his dad’s footsteps, says Michael’s previous mentor Ross Brawn
- The 21-year-old German leads the System 2 championship in his second yr
- He’s in line to be promoted subsequent yr with a seat at both Alfa Romeo or Haas
- Schumacher drove his dad’s title-winning Ferrari F2004 at at Mugello on Sunday
Mick Schumacher has been tipped to be a F1 star like his well-known dad Michael, by former Ferrari chief Ross Brawn.
The 21-year-old German leads the System 2 championship in his second yr on the sport’s reserve degree.
And Schumacher is in line to be promoted to F1 subsequent yr with a seat at both Alfa Romeo or Haas.
Mick Schumacher leads the System 2 championship in his second yr within the second tier
And Brawn, who labored intently with Michael Schumacher as he received his seven world titles at Benetton and Ferrari, believes Mick might be on the F1 grid quickly.
Brawn wrote in his F1 column: ‘It was great to see a automotive near my coronary heart – the Ferrari F2004 – get one other outing within the arms of Mick Schumacher on Sunday.
‘Michael was a power of nature in that automotive, successful his seventh world title, and it appears Mick actually loved his newest demonstration run in it.
‘Mick himself is driving fantastically for the time being in System 2, and is main the championship after one other stable weekend in Mugello.
Schumacher took to the Mugello circuit in his dad’s title-winning Ferrari F2004 on Sunday
‘Stick with it and he’ll certainly be on the F1 grid quickly.’
Schumacher took to the Mugello circuit in his dad’s title-winning Ferrari F2004 for a particular show forward of the Tuscan Grand Prix.
The all-conquering automotive received 12 of the primary 13 races en path to Schumacher senior clinching what proved to be the final of his 5 System 1 world titles with Ferrari.
Schumacher senior clinched the final of his 5 System 1 world titles with Ferrari in 2004
Schumacher informed the F2 web site: ‘Clearly driving the Ferrari F2004 on Sunday was a really particular second for me.
He added: ‘The sound, the downforce, the steering – it is simply superb.
‘It was actually particular for everybody concerned, I believe additionally for the mechanics who labored with my dad on this automotive 16 years in the past. A terrific second for me and I am very grateful that I received this chance by Ferrari.’