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22 March 1999 (23)
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about Mick Schumacher

Mick Schumacher (German pronunciation: [?m?k ??u?max?]; born 22 March 1999) is a Swiss-born German racing driver. He races for Haas in Formula One under the German flag, and he is a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy. He began his career in karting in 2008, progressing to the German ADAC Formula 4 by 2015. After winning the 2018 FIA F3 European Championship, Schumacher progressed to Formula 2 in 2019, and won the 2020 Formula 2 Championship. He is the son of seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher and nephew of Ralf Schumacher.


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2021 Nikita Mazepin
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2022 Kevin Magnussen
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The four-time world champion also stopped short of saying that the Haas driver is the perfect candidate for the job, or indeed that Aston Martin would be the ideal next career step for Schumacher.
On Thursday, Vettel announced his decision to retire from F1 at the end of the season, immediately kick-starting speculation about who might get his seat.
Aston Martin reserve driver Nico ...

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Vettel announced on Thursday morning that he would be stepping away from F1 at the end of the season, bringing the curtain down on a career that netted four world championship titles.
His departure from grand prix racing has special significance for Schumacher because the pair have forged a close relationship since they have been racing against each other in F1.
Schumacher has often leaned ...

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Early season struggles and crashes for Schumacher prompted some to question his future in F1, and whether or not Haas should look to replace him.
But a step forward that the young German showed at the Canadian Grand Prix before a mechanical problem put him out was followed by him scoring his maiden points at the British GP.
He followed that up with a career best sixth place finish in ...

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After scoring his maiden F1 points by finishing eighth in the British Grand Prix one week earlier, Schumacher went two places better with sixth in Austria on Sunday.
The German driver fought against Hamilton through Saturday’s 24-lap sprint race, and found himself scrapping with the Mercedes driver once again during the opening stages of the grand prix on Sunday.
Although Hamilton ...

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Haas drivers Magnussen and Schumacher ran in seventh and eighth for the majority of Saturday’s 24-lap sprint race at the Red Bull Ring, defending from Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton behind.
Schumacher asked Haas to swap its cars as he felt he had more pace than Magnussen, only for the team to tell him to hold position.
Schumacher was ultimately overtaken by Hamilton with three laps remaining ...

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The Haas pair ran line astern in the early stages of Saturday’s sprint contest at the Red Bull Ring as they vied for seventh.
As Hamilton latched onto the back of them in his Mercedes in the second half of the race, Schumacher was forced to drive defensively to hold onto eighth place.
But as he did this, he slid out of Magnussen's DRS range and asked the team to slow the Dane down to give ...

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The German finally broke his duck by finishing eighth at Silverstone after chasing Max Verstappen to the flag.
While the result will put a stop to the previous questioning about when he would score his first points Steiner says that now expectations could be pitched too high.
"I think it will give him a little boost, and just boost his confidence," Steiner told Motorsport.com regarding the ...

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After struggling in qualifying Schumacher and teammate Kevin Magnussen, who started in 17th, were handed a chance to fight for points when they emerged unscathed through a multi-car start crash which took out several midfield rivals.
From 14th and 16th on the restart both Haas drivers moved up the order, Schumacher's side in particular making the right strategy calls by pitting under a late ...

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The German had produced the best qualifying performance of his career in Montreal, when he lined up sixth behind teammate Kevin Magnussen.
He then looked on course to take his first points when, running in a comfortable seventh position, he was hit with a power unit problem that put him out on lap 18.
After recent incidents and amid mounting pressure to perform, Schumacher is aware of how ...

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The Haas driver was quick throughout the rain-affected session, and felt afterwards that he could have done even better than sixth.
His Montreal performance came after Schumacher drew critique following his Monaco crash, which was followed by a clean but uncompetitive weekend in Baku.
After claiming an impressive result on Saturday, the German will hence start immediately behind Haas ...

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Haas has generally not suffered from excessive porpoising or bouncing this season, but in Baku all teams were affected to some degree.
Schumacher had the novel experience of not being unable to relax on the main straight as he had to deal with the bumps.
After trying to brace himself in the seat he found himself left with some unexpected aches and pains.
"I think everybody did to be ...

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The German was in the spotlight heading into the Baku weekend following his huge crash in Monaco, which came off the back of earlier incidents in Jeddah and Miami.
His weekend was compromised by a technical issue that robbed him of FP1, and thereafter he was catching up. He qualified 20th and last, some 1.1s off teammate Kevin Magnussen.
In the race he finished 14th, only ahead of Nicholas ...

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The German had a huge crash during the Monaco GP, wiping the gearbox off the back of his car, just a few weeks after an equally destructive crash in qualifying in Jeddah.
He also sustained damage when he collided with Sebastian Vettel in the late stages of the Miami GP.
The chassis crashed in Monaco is currently under repair, while Schumacher has lost the use of the gearbox that was torn off ...

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In the crash, which caused the race to be red-flagged, the gearbox was broken off the back of his Haas car after he hit the barrier in the middle of the Swimming Pool complex and then slid into the Tecpro barrier at the exit.
Schumacher has lost the use of the gearbox that was ripped off the car in the crash, while his chassis is currently under repair at the Haas factory, but his Ferrari power ...

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Schumacher lost control of his Haas F1 car coming through the Swimming Pool chicane after switching to dry tyres in the Monaco Grand Prix, sending him into a spin.
After hitting the Armco on the right-hand side of the track, Schumacher's car slammed into the Tecpro barrier on the exit of the corner. The rear-end of his Haas F1 car broke away from the rest of the chassis, including the ...

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Schumacher lost control of his Haas F1 car while coming through the Swimming Pool chicane on Lap 26 of the race, snapping to the right-hand side of the track. His car glanced the Armco before then going into the Tecpro barrier at the exit of the corner.
The accident saw the rear-end and gearbox of his Haas VF-22 detach on impact, but Schumacher was quick to report over the radio that he was ...

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Things didn’t look that promising, however, when he first joined the famous Italian team in 1996. Only a drive of wet-weather virtuosity got him off the mark when Ferrari was outgunned by Williams.
In the latest of Motorsport.com's 'Short View Back to the Past' series, Autosport Chief Editor Kevin Turner looks at Schumacher’s brilliant drive in the 1996 Spanish GP.
Which motorsport tale ...

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Vettel and Schumacher were squabbling over ninth place in the closing stages of the inaugural Miami GP, with Haas driver Schumacher closing in on his first-ever points in F1 and Vettel on his way to a second consecutive top 10 finish.
But on lap 53 the two Germans collided in Turn 1 when Schumacher made a half-hearted move while Vettel was turning in, not expecting to find his compatriot on his ...

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Ferrari announced at Imola last week that Sainz had agreed a new two-year F1 deal running to the end of the 2024 season following a successful start to life at Maranello.
It ensures Ferrari will run an unchanged driver line-up with Sainz and team-mate Charles Leclerc until at least 2025, giving the team stability.
Schumacher is currently the only Ferrari Driver Academy member on the F1 grid ...

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During a yellow flag period in the Albert Park race, onboard footage from Mick Schumacher's car showed the Haas driver making a dramatic swerve to the left on the pit straight while trying to avoid Yuki Tsunoda, who had braked in front of him.
The Japanese driver was in turn trying to stay clear of his own AlphaTauri teammate Pierre Gasly, who was ahead.
Schumacher was so shocked by his ...

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Schumacher had a huge accident in qualifying for the Jeddah event last month and didn’t start the race as the team felt it was better to take its time in building up the spare chassis for Melbourne.
That job has now been completed, with the team playing one of its curfew jokers and working late on Wednesday night at Albert Park.
The crashed chassis is on its way back to the team's UK base ...

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Schumacher lost control of his car at the high-speed Turn 12 during Q2 for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, resulting in a hefty impact with the barrier on the left-hand side of the track.
After being taken to hospital for precautionary checks, Schumacher was found to have suffered no injuries, but was ruled out of the Sunday grand prix.
It came as a setback for Schumacher, who recorded a ...

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The chassis, which also set pole position and finished second in the Luxembourg Grand Prix at the Nurburgring in Schumacher's hands, went into the Suzuka finale four points behind Hakkinen.
The car is available for sale via duPont Registry.
Although Schumacher qualified on pole, his race went wrong before the start when he stalled on the formation lap, meaning he started at the tail of the ...

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Schumacher had been bidding for a spot in Q3 at Jeddah when he lost control of his VF-22 at the exit of Turn 10 – with the car spinning around and smashing into the concrete wall on the outside of Turn 11.
It then slid down the track before striking the barriers on the other side of the circuit, and eventually came to a halt at Turn 12.
While Schumacher escaped injury in the accident and ...

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The German had a huge crash in Q2 in Jeddah, and was taken to hospital for precautionary checks. He was released shortly afterwards without any injuries.
Haas decided to withdraw Schumacher from the race, team boss Gunther Steiner saying "it doesn't make sense" to build up a new car and start from the pitlane given that parts are in short supply ahead of the Australian GP in a ...

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