It has been made clear that Michael Schumacher’s son will no longer work for Haas.
After losing his seat at Haas for the 2023 season, Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher, has vowed to “prove people wrong.”
The Formula 1 team’s principal for Haas, Guenther Steiner, announced on Thursday that they would not be renewing the 23-year-contract, old’s calling it “not an easy decision” but the “best for the team.”
Nico Hulkenberg, a 35-year-old German veteran who hasn’t had a regular driving job since 2019, but has occasionally filled in for Schumacher, will take Schumacher’s place.
Kevin Magnussen, a Dane who joined Haas at the start of the current season after Russian rookie Nikita Mazepin left the team shortly after Moscow began its military campaign in Ukraine, will start alongside Hulkenberg in the front row.
Schumacher expressed his disappointment at the news of his departure in an Instagram message, promising to bounce back.
Before this weekend’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Schumacher posted on his website, “This is going to be my last race with Haas.”
I don’t want to hide the fact that the decision not to renew our contract has left me extremely disappointed.
Before announcing his intention to rejoin the grid, the German racer expressed gratitude to Haas and Ferrari, where he has been a member of the academy since 2019.
It was occasionally bumpy, but I steadily improved, picked up a lot of knowledge, and now I’m confident that I deserve a spot in Formula 1.
“For me, the issue is far from resolved. Failures only make you more resilient.
Schumacher continued, “My fire burns for Formula 1 and I will fight hard to return to the starting grid,” concluding with the letters “PTW,” which stands for “Prove Them Wrong.”
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