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Mick Schumacher completes Prema's F3 line up

  • Published on 12 Feb 2018 16:44
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Mick Schumacher will continue with the Italian Prema team for a second season in the European Formula 3 championship. Schumacher made his F3 debut last season after finishing second in the Italian Formula 4 championships with Prema in 2016.

The 18-year-old hopes to continue to develop in his second year in the championship. Mick took a one of rookie podiums and an overall top three finish in his 1st year in the series, finishing 12th overall: "The competition in Formula 3 is tough, strong, and tight," said Schumacher.

"It is enriching to fight at this level, that’s why I very much look forward to racing here for another season. The fact that I can continue to work with a professional team such as Prema can only help me move forward. I am committed to advancing further and want to fight at the top with the best drivers."

Mick Schumacher will be part of an extended five-car line-up at Prema in 2018. He will be joined by Ferrari Academy driver's Robert Schwartzman, Guanyu Zhou, Robert Schwartzman and Estonian Ralf Aron.

 

Vinay CK

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  • reg

    Posts: 162

    Everyone can do him a big favour by A) forgetting who his Dad is, and B) just letting him live his own life!

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    • Feb 12 2018 - 17:54
    • An excellent idea, only its people we are talking about here. They wont forget his heritage or let him live his own life.

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      • Feb 12 2018 - 18:00
  • f1dave

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    Talent is not inherited, just ask Michaels brother.

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    • Feb 13 2018 - 01:56

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