The addition of a third Grand Prix in the United States last week appears to have divided the F1 community. The Las Vegas GP was the latest addition to the F1 calendar, ahead of some iconic options in the form of the German GP. The last time fans witnessed a race Nurburgring was back in 2020, and in the last nine seasons, only two races have been held there.
haas driver, Michael sSchumacher made his point very clear when giving his thoughts on the return of the German GP. The son of seven-time F1 champion Mick believes Germany still remains F1’s biggest customer and also has the TV viewership. As such, he wants authorities to consider putting the venue back on the calendar. Furthermore, Mick Schumacher added that he is trying to do his part to bring his home race back through his inspired performances on track.
“In a way, Germany is still F1’s biggest customer, and [has] the widest audience, so I think it would be good for Germany to decide that there should be a Grand Prix. Personally, I’m just trying to do my best and I hope that will catch people’s attention [in Germany] back to F1!‘ said Schumacher, as quoted by RacingNews365.
He’s very mature: Schumacher gives his opinion on teammate Kevin Magnussen
Given the current geopolitical scenario, Kevin Magnussen has been signed to replace Nikita Mazepin at Haas this season. With the entry of the experienced Dane, Haas has taken a big step forward, as Magnussen has already collected 12 points.
Popularly known as “K-Mag”, the experienced rider finished a solid fifth place in Bahrain and backed it up with a ninth place in Jeddah. Mick Schumacher also showed an impressive performance in Bahrain and finished just outside the points on P11. His high-intensity crash in qualifying at Jeddah meant he was unable to drive on Sunday. Mick Schumacher shared insights into his relationship with Kevin Magnussen, who he believes is very mature.
“We were in constant contact. He’s very mature, and I would say the same for myself, so I think this side works really well together. Hopefully we can provide the right feedback to move forward and essentially make the team faster,‘ said Schumacher.
The duo of Mick Schumacher and Kevin Magnussen could be the one to lead Haas into the midfield battle this season. The latter’s experience and the German’s raw talent is what Haas craved last season when they failed to score a single point.
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