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    Mick Schumacher

    On behalf of Rob, please keep his dad and the woke #44 loser out of this thread and stay on topic

    So far he's been outclassing Mazepin in an outstanding manner. The question is though just how bad Mazepin really is, but considering they weren't that far apart in F2 it's still a really impressive debut campaign so far. I just hope he gets to have a Q2-capable car next year so that he can further increase his learning curve. So far I'm rather impressed though. Being faster than Lafiti yesterday is definitely a job well done considering the Haas is still virtually the 2020 car.

    Doubt he'll be a Ferrari driver in 2023 but we'll see what he can do. Hopefully Ferrari will be able to place him in Alfa next year if Kimi finally calls it a day and then we'll really see what he's made of.

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    Maybe Williams could be a test for Mick Schumacher next season. The George Russell saga could may well rumble on throughout this season. Where will he be next season?
    Could not say what our driver line up could be next season, Latifi has not done well so far this season.
    The focus appears to be on next season's car. COULD BE a bit more competitive. Could maybe be a step up for Mick.
    Jenson Button is back in the Williams set up in a varied sort of capacity. Mick could get some advice off him regarding F1.
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    I never felt like Mick had much raw pace. There appeared to be several faster drivers in F2. His strengths are consistency and his race starts. Finds a way to be in a position for solid points.

    I do feel he's improved significantly throughout his F1 career and I hope he gets a chance to drive a car capable of challenging for points. Right now we just can't tell how good he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS454 View Post
    I never felt like Mick had much raw pace. There appeared to be several faster drivers in F2. His strengths are consistency and his race starts. Finds a way to be in a position for solid points.

    I do feel he's improved significantly throughout his F1 career and I hope he gets a chance to drive a car capable of challenging for points. Right now we just can't tell how good he is.
    he beats his teammate....that's the first opponent you have to beat....can't do much, the Haas car is crap
    So the SF1000 proved to be a DUD....let's hope the SF21 will be much better then its predecessor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    he beats his teammate....that's the first opponent you have to beat....can't do much, the Haas car is crap
    Yeah that's all he can do at this point.

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    He's doing everything he is expected to. Beating his teammate and stalking one or both of the Williams drivers every now and then. He will only get better from this point.
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    Mick will get points this season !!!!

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    [QUOTE=Tifoso Svedese;1042722]On behalf of Rob, please keep his dad and the woke #44 loser out of this thread and stay on topic

    .That includes you ! Read who you just named ! That is really funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    he beats his teammate....that's the first opponent you have to beat....can't do much, the Haas car is crap
    It can't be that hard, but you're right he's doing what he has to. He seems to be focused a lot more on developing himself than on his struggling teammate, which is a very good and encouraging thing. Someone else might end up getting a big head too soon.
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    It's hard to say which car is worse , Haas with two rookies holding their own with what they have or the Merc powered Williams still doing zero.

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    Mazepin nearly put both Haas cars in the wall during the last lap, Mick asks on he team radio if he tried to kill us?

    And then Mick asks about where Seb ended the race!

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    Don't let Tifosi1993 see this video. He will label as Mazepin as an attempted murderer lol.

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    Haas may very finish the season ahead of Wiliams. Mick is really into doing his best every race.

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    I wonder if Mick will consider Alpha as a team to drive for since it's based in Switzerland and he was born and raised in Switzerland? Especially if Ferrari stays with their drivers come 2023.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    I wonder if Mick will consider Alpha as a team to drive for since it's based in Switzerland and he was born and raised in Switzerland? Especially if Ferrari stays with their drivers come 2023.
    I think the question should be whether Alpha will consider Mick. I'm sure Mick would take any team that is an improvement on his current team.
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    Mick still hasn't done a full season in his F-1 team and he's finishing his races and out driving his team mate for the most part. If he scores a point by seasons end he will have passed Russell as far as being a rookie coming up in F-1 in just one season. Maybe even better. I was thinking 2023 when Ferrari will be shopping. By then Mick will have proved himself good or not so good . Hopefully with some points then. Not Zero; although that doesn't seem to hurt Russell as far a being considered great? Mick with a race in Sir Lewis' car would be great to see.

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