Mick Schumacher remains loyal to Formula 1

Former Haas driver Mick Schumacher has found a new racing team. Mercedes have signed the 23-year-old as a reserve driver, giving him a chance to return to Formula 1.

Formula 1 driver Mick Schumacher (23) has found a new racing team. From next season he is under contract as a reserve driver at Mercedes, Formula 1 team involved Thursday’s interview said Mick would play an “important role” in further developing the car. Schumacher will be running regularly in the simulator at Brackley all year long. In his new role, the 23-year-old will visit all Grands Prix and handle marketing duties.

Exciting Mick Schumacher for ‘The New Beginning’

After leaving his old Haas racing team, Schumacher now wants to attack the Silver Arrows again. The 23-year-old said he was “very happy” to be part of the Mercedes Formula 1 team as a reserve driver for 2023, and would “do everything he can to contribute to the team’s performance in this very competitive and professional environment”. “I see this as a kind of new beginning and I am very grateful to Toto and all those involved for the trust they place in me. Formula 1 is a wonderful world where you never stop learning. I look forward to learning more and giving everything for the benefit of the Mercedes team,” Schumacher said.

Team principal Toto Wolff (50) sees great potential for improvement in the young driver, whom he describes as “talented” and a “hard worker”. This is also useful in the further development of the W14, the “Silver Arrows” vehicle. And if things get serious, Wolff won’t worry either: “We also know that with two years of experience in Formula 1 he’ll be able to step in on behalf of Lewis or George at short notice, should that be necessary.” It is therefore very likely that Schumacher will return to the Formula 1 cockpit next season.

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The Haas team’s emotional farewell

After two mixed seasons at Haas, Schumacher and the racing team officially parted ways in November. The 23-year-old was disappointed, but said an emotional goodbye on Twitter from the whole team. He wanted to thank “everyone at Haas” for their hard work over the past two years. “I’ve been able to meet incredible people and make friends that I will cherish for the rest of my life,” the racing driver summed up. He also thanked his followers, friends and family.

The Formula 1 driver declared that he would work “harder than ever” to “come back stronger and be the best version of myself”. He now has the chance to do that at Mercedes.

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