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Mick Schumacher
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Schumacher in 2019
Born (1999-03-22) 22 March 1999 (age 22)[1][2]
NationalityGermany German
RelativesMichael Schumacher (father)
Corinna Schumacher (mother)
Gina-Maria Schumacher (sister)
Ralf Schumacher (uncle)
David Schumacher (cousin)
Sebastian Stahl (step-uncle)
Formula One World Championship career
2021 teamHaas-Ferrari[3]
Car number47
Entries14 (14 starts)
Championships0
Wins0
Podiums0
Career points0
Pole positions0
Fastest laps0
First entry2021 Bahrain Grand Prix
Last entry2021 Italian Grand Prix
FIA Formula 2 Championship career
Debut season2019
Car number20
Former teamsPrema Powerteam
Starts46 (48 entries)
Wins3
Podiums11
Poles2[a]
Fastest laps4
Best finish1st in 2020
Previous series
201920
201718
2016
201516
FIA Formula 3 European Championship
Italian F4 Championship
ADAC Formula 4
Championship titles
2020
2018
FIA Formula 2 Championship
FIA Formula 3 European Championship
Signature
Mick Schumacher Signature

Mick Schumacher (German pronunciation: [ˈmɪk ˈʃuːmaxɐ]; born 22 March 1999)[1][2] 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.[5] 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.

Personal life[edit]

Schumacher was born and grew up in Switzerland, living in Vufflens-le-Château until 2008, and then in Gland.[6][7] He is the son of record-breaking seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher and Western riding European Champion Corinna Schumacher. His uncle Ralf Schumacher is a retired racing driver. His cousin David Schumacher is a racing driver as well. Schumacher is the step-nephew of Sebastian Stahl and grandson of Elisabeth and Rolf Schumacher.

Schumacher was skiing with his father when Michael suffered life-threatening brain injuries on 29 December 2013.[8] In March 2017, Mick first talked publicly about his father, describing him as "my idol" and "my role model".[9]

Before the start of the 2017 Belgian Grand Prix, he drove his father's championship-winning Benetton B194. He drove another of his father's championship winning cars, the Ferrari F2004, in a demonstration before the 2020 Tuscan Grand Prix at Mugello, to mark Scuderia Ferrari's 1000th Formula One race, wearing his father's helmet for the occasion.[10]

Career[edit]

Schumacher started his motorsport career in 2008. To avoid attention because of his famous father, he started his career under the pseudonym 'Mick Betsch', using his mother's maiden name.[11]

Karting[edit]

In 2011 and 2012, Schumacher drove in the KF3 class of the ADAC Kart Masters, ending in 9th and 7th respectively. In the Euro Wintercup of the KF3 class he was 3rd in 2011 and 2012 and in 2012 was 3rd in the KF3 Rating DMV Kart Championship. In 2013 he finished 3rd in the German Junior Kart Championship, and the CIK-FIA Super Cup KF juniors. In 2014, Schumacher used the name 'Mick Junior',[11] and started in International and National Junior Championships, ending the season 2nd in the German Junior Kart Championship[12] as well as in the European and World Championships.[13][14] Although he did not race in karting under his real surname, his successes in karting were picked up by the international press.[15][16]

ADAC Formula 4[edit]

Schumacher competing in ADAC Formula 4 for Van Amersfoort Racing in 2015

At the end of 2014 he completed test drives for Jenzer Motorsport in a Formula 4 racing car.[17] In 2015, Schumacher started racing in formula classes for the first time, racing for Van Amersfoort Racing in the ADAC Formula 4, using the Schumacher name.[18][19][20] In 2016, Schumacher remained in ADAC Formula 4 but switched to Prema Powerteam,[21] a team known for its close links to the Ferrari Driver Academy. He also entered the Italian F4 Championship and finished runner-up in both championships to Joey Mawson and Marcos Siebert respectively.

Formula 3[edit]

In November 2016, Schumacher made his first appearance in Formula 3 machinery by taking part in the MRF Challenge, a championship based in India. He competed in the upper Formula 2000 class and finished the series in 3rd place, collecting four wins, nine podiums and two pole positions. Schumacher finished behind Harrison Newey and Joey Mawson, but ahead of his future Formula 3 and Formula 2 competitors Jüri Vips and Felipe Drugovich.

Mick Schumacher during the FIA Formula 3 round at Norisring in 2018

In April 2017, Schumacher made his debut in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship with Prema Powerteam.[22] He finished the season in 12th place, his best finish being a 3rd place at Monza.[23] Schumacher was the lowest finisher of the four Prema drivers, however he was the third-best-placed rookie in the championship.

Schumacher continued driving for Prema in the 2018 championship. He suffered a slow start to the season, eventually taking his first win at the fifteenth race of the year at Spa-Francorchamps, almost halfway through the season. Prior to this race, he sat in 10th place in the championship, 67 points behind championship leader Dan Ticktum. However, Schumacher dominated the latter half of the season, taking seven more wins, including five consecutively. He ended the season as champion, 57 points clear of 2nd-placed Ticktum, taking eight wins, fourteen total podium finishes, seven pole positions and four fastest laps.

Formula 2[edit]

Schumacher racing in the 2019 Spielberg Formula 2 round

Schumacher moved up to the FIA Formula 2 Championship in 2019 with Prema Racing, alongside Sean Gelael.[24] At the first round of the season in Bahrain, Schumacher started 10th and finished 8th after passing Nobuharu Matsushita on the final lap, giving him reverse-grid pole position for the sprint race, in which he finished 6th. Schumacher started from 7th in the feature race at Baku but was forced into retirement after a spin. He recovered from 19th to finish 5th in the sprint race. He failed to score points at Barcelona, suffering a collision in the first race and a time penalty for an illegal overtake on Jack Aitken in the second. At Monaco, Schumacher collided with multiple cars in the feature race, bringing out the red flag. He would fail to score points in either race. A double retirement came at the Circuit Paul Ricard, after he was involved in a collision with teammate Gelael in the first race and suffered a puncture in the second.

Schumacher stalled on the grid at the Red Bull Ring and finished in 18th place, before a charge through the field in the sprint race saw him finish 4th. Another sprint race points-finish came at Silverstone with 6th place. He finished 8th at the feature race in Hungary, taking reverse-grid pole for the sprint race and holding the position to take his first win in Formula 2. Schumacher qualified 6th at Spa-Francorchamps, but both races were cancelled due to an accident that caused the death of Anthoine Hubert. At Monza, he retired from the feature race from a power issue but recovered to finish 6th in the sprint race, also achieving the fastest lap. He retired from both races in Russia, after an engine issue in the first and a collision with Giuliano Alesi in the second. Schumacher finished the season with 9th and 11th-place finishes in Abu Dhabi. He ended the season in 12th place in the championship with 53 points, considerably ahead of teammate Gelael, and took one win and one fastest lap.

He continued with Prema in the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship, joined by reigning FIA Formula 3 champion and fellow Ferrari Driver Academy member Robert Shwartzman. In the feature race at Austria, he went off while battling Callum Ilott for the race lead. In the second round at the same circuit, his fire extinguisher went off in the Sprint race. In Hungary, Schumacher bounced back with a double podium. He then went on a run of 5 consecutive podiums from Spain to Monza, including a win in the Feature race at Monza, and took the Championship lead at Mugello. He won the feature race at the next round in Russia and came third in the sprint race which was shortened due to a crash between Luca Ghiotto and Jack Aitken.

At the Bahrain Round, he qualified in 10th and rose up to 4th in the Feature race. He finished 7th in the Sprint race. As a result, Callum Ilott was able to bring the deficit down to 14 points going into the final round on the Outer Track at the same venue.

In Sakhir, Schumacher qualified a career worst 18th following an incident with Roy Nissany. He produced a good recovery drive up to 6th with fastest lap. This meant that the points gap stayed the same going into the final race. In the Sprint race, Schumacher flat spotted his tyres while fighting for the lead, which lead to him defending from Ilott for the first half of the race. After a few more lock ups, he pitted for softs, dropping him out of the points. As a result of hard attacking and defending, Ilott's tires didn't fare much better and he too slowly fell out of the points. This result confirmed Schumacher as the 2020 FIA Formula 2 Champion.

Formula One[edit]

Schumacher was announced as a driver for the Ferrari Driver Academy on 19 January 2019.[5] Schumacher followed in his father's footsteps and cited Ferrari's big part of his heart and the special ties with the team within his family from childhood as a significant part of joining the team's academy. On 2 April 2019, Mick Schumacher made his debut behind the wheel of a modern Formula One car, piloting Scuderia Ferrari's SF90 during the first day of in-season testing at Bahrain International Circuit as the only debutant in the field. During the morning session of testing, Schumacher recorded a personal best time of 1:32.552 from 30 laps, placing him sixth fastest amongst other drivers after rain stopped the session twice.[25] Throughout the remainder of the day, Schumacher put in another 26 laps to set a final time of 1:29.976 on the softest available tyre compound, of which remained to be the fastest time until Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen set a lap of 1:29.379 five minutes later.[26][27] After Tuesday's test session, Schumacher said that he felt at home with Scuderia Ferrari and relished his first drive.

“I really enjoyed today," he said. "It felt like home in the garage from the very first moment with a lot of people that have known me since I was very young. The SF90 is incredible because of the power it has but it is also smooth to drive and that's why I enjoyed myself so much." Schumacher added he was impressed by the braking power of a modern F1 car. "It seemed to me you could brake later and later and the car would have made the turn anyway. I would like to say thank you Ferrari for this incredible opportunity."[28][29] Schumacher was to continue in-season testing for Alfa Romeo Racing the following day.

Schumacher was due to make his Formula One practice debut at the 2020 Eifel Grand Prix in the first practice session, driving for Alfa Romeo Racing in place of Antonio Giovinazzi.[30] Due to bad weather conditions, the session was cancelled, meaning that he performed no running.[31] Schumacher made his Formula One practice debut at the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in the first practice session, driving for Haas in place of Kevin Magnussen.[32] He later made an appearance for Haas in the 2020 Young Driver Test.

Ahead of the 2021 season Schumacher requested to use the ‘MSC’ abbreviation for his name, shown on TV coverage. MSC was the abbreviation used by his father Michael, to distinguish between Michael and his brother Ralf, whose time in Formula One coincided. Schumacher had previously raced under the ‘SCH’ abbreviation in Formula 2.[33]

Haas (2021–)[edit]

Schumacher at the 2021 Austrian Grand Prix

Schumacher drives for Haas in 2021 after signing a multi-year contract, alongside Nikita Mazepin, with whom he raced in go-karts.[34][35][36] He chose to race with the number 47 as his two favourite numbers, 4 and 7, were already in use.[37] After the Formula One season finale in Abu Dhabi, Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said that he expected Schumacher to have a "very difficult" first season, but added that he believed he could drive for Ferrari as early as the 2023 season.[38]

Schumacher qualified 19th for his debut race, the Bahrain Grand Prix, ahead of teammate Mazepin. Schumacher spun on the first lap but was able to continue, eventually finishing last of the remaining drivers in 16th place. At the next race, the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, he crashed in front of the pit exit during a safety car period, breaking off his front wing. The pit lane was subsequently closed to allow the clearing of debris, preventing him from entering the pits for repairs for two laps. He again finished the race 16th, ahead of Mazepin. Schumacher crashed heavily in practice for the Monaco Grand Prix, and the team were unable to repair his car in time for qualifying. He performed one of the only on-track overtakes of the Grand Prix, passing Mazepin at the Grand Hotel Hairpin on the opening lap.[39] At the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, he overtook Mazepin shortly before the finish line, finishing ahead by only 0.074 seconds to claim 13th place.

Schumacher caused qualifying at the French Grand Prix to be red-flagged after crashing, although this secured him 15th place on the grid and marked his first appearance in a second qualifying session (Q2).[40] He finished the race 19th. He crashed in the final practice session for the Hungarian Grand Prix and was forced to miss qualifying as his car was not repaired in time.[41] He finished 13th in the race after avoiding the collisions on the opening lap, and was later promoted to 12th after Sebastian Vettel's disqualification, his best Formula One result thus far.

Racing record[edit]

Racing career summary[edit]

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points Position
2015 ADAC Formula 4 Championship Van Amersfoort Racing 22 1 0 0 2 92 10th
2015–16 MRF Challenge Formula 2000 MRF Racing 4 0 0 0 2 51 10th
2016 ADAC Formula 4 Championship Prema Powerteam 24 5 4 2 12 322 2nd
Italian Formula 4 Championship 18 5 4 6 10 216 2nd
2016–17 MRF Challenge Formula 2000 MRF Racing 16 4 2 1 9 215 3rd
2017 FIA Formula 3 European Championship Prema Powerteam 30 0 0 0 1 94 12th
Macau Grand Prix 1 0 0 1 0 N/A 16th
2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship Prema Theodore Racing 30 8 7 4 14 365 1st
Macau Grand Prix SJM Theodore Racing by Prema 1 0 0 0 0 N/A 5th
2019 Formula 2 Championship Prema Racing 22 1 0 2 1 53 12th
2020 Formula 2 Championship Prema Racing 24 2 0 2 10 215 1st
2021 Formula One Uralkali Haas F1 Team 14 0 0 0 0 0* 19th*

* Season still in progress.

Complete ADAC Formula 4 Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DC Points
2015 Van Amersfoort Racing OSC1
1

9
OSC1
2

12
OSC1
3

1
RBR
1

Ret
RBR
2

10
RBR
3

DNS
SPA
1

15
SPA
2

15
SPA
3

34
LAU
1

EX
LAU
2

16
LAU
3

Ret
NÜR
1

9
NÜR
2

6
NÜR
3

10
SAC
1

5
SAC
2

Ret
SAC
3

18
OSC2
1

4
OSC2
2

3
OSC2
3

31
HOC
1

Ret
HOC
2

5
HOC
3

7
10th 92
2016 Prema Powerteam OSC1
1

4
OSC1
2

4
OSC1
3

1
SAC
1

4
SAC
2

2
SAC
3

4
LAU
1

1
LAU
2

1
LAU
3

6
OSC2
1

3
OSC2
2

2
OSC2
3

26
RBR
1

6
RBR
2

11
RBR
3

2
NÜR
1

1
NÜR
2

15
NÜR
3

2
ZAN
1

3
ZAN
2

3
ZAN
3

6
HOC
1

6
HOC
2

8
HOC
3

1
2nd 322

Complete Italian F4 Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 DC Points
2016 Prema Powerteam MIS
1

1
MIS
2

1
MIS
3
MIS
4

4
ADR
1
ADR
2
ADR
3
ADR
4
IMO1
1

2
IMO1
2

1
IMO1
3

4
MUG
1

2
MUG
2

Ret
MUG
3

11
VLL
1

3
VLL
2

1
VLL
3

2
IMO2
1

12
IMO2
2

Ret
IMO2
3

22
MNZ
1

1
MNZ
2

25
MNZ
3

2
2nd 216

Complete FIA Formula 3 European Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DC Points
2017 Prema Powerteam Mecachrome SIL
1

8
SIL
2

6
SIL
3

17
MNZ
1

6
MNZ
2

3
MNZ
3

6
PAU
1

9
PAU
2

11
PAU
3

12
HUN
1

9
HUN
2

9
HUN
3

11
NOR
1

7
NOR
2

12
NOR
3

Ret
SPA
1

6
SPA
2

9
SPA
3

8
ZAN
1

6
ZAN
2

9
ZAN
3

11
NÜR
1

8
NÜR
2

15
NÜR
3

11
RBR
1

7
RBR
2

10
RBR
3

8
HOC
1

11
HOC
2

18
HOC
3

18
12th 94
2018 Prema Theodore Racing Mecachrome PAU
1

16
PAU
2

10
PAU
3

7‡
HUN
1

4
HUN
2

7
HUN
3

3
NOR
1

5
NOR
2

9
NOR
3

15
ZAN
1

3
ZAN
2

Ret
ZAN
3

13
SPA
1

4
SPA
2

Ret
SPA
3

1
SIL
1

Ret
SIL
2

1
SIL
3

5
MIS
1

1
MIS
2

3
MIS
3

5
NÜR
1

1
NÜR
2

1
NÜR
3

1
RBR
1

1
RBR
2

1
RBR
3

2
HOC
1

12
HOC
2

2
HOC
3

2
1st 365

Half points awarded as less than 75% of race distance was completed.

Complete Macau Grand Prix results[edit]

Year Team Car Qualifying Quali Race Main race
2017 Italy Prema Powerteam Dallara F317 7th 20th 16th
2018 Italy SJM Theodore Racing by Prema Dallara F317 9th 6th 5th

Complete FIA Formula 2 Championship results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate points for the fastest lap of top ten finishers)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DC Points
2019 Prema Racing BHR
FEA

8
BHR
SPR

6
BAK
FEA

Ret
BAK
SPR

5
CAT
FEA

15
CAT
SPR

12
MON
FEA

13
MON
SPR

11
LEC
FEA

Ret
LEC
SPR

Ret
RBR
FEA

18
RBR
SPR

4
SIL
FEA

11
SIL
SPR

6
HUN
FEA

8
HUN
SPR

1
SPA
FEA

C
SPA
SPR

C
MNZ
FEA

NC
MNZ
SPR

6
SOC
FEA

Ret
SOC
SPR

Ret
YMC
FEA

9
YMC
SPR

11
12th 53
2020 Prema Racing RBR1
FEA

11
RBR1
SPR

7
RBR2
FEA

4
RBR2
SPR

Ret
HUN
FEA

3
HUN
SPR

3
SIL1
FEA

9
SIL1
SPR

14
SIL2
FEA

7
SIL2
SPR

2
CAT
FEA

6
CAT
SPR

3
SPA
FEA

3
SPA
SPR

2
MNZ
FEA

1
MNZ
SPR

3
MUG
FEA

5
MUG
SPR

4
SOC
FEA

1
SOC
SPR

3‡
BHR1
FEA

4
BHR1
SPR

7
BHR2
FEA

6
BHR2
SPR

18
1st 215

Half points awarded as less than 75% of race distance was completed.

Complete Formula One results[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Chassis Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 WDC Points
2020 Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen Alfa Romeo Racing C39 Ferrari 065 1.6 V6 t AUT STY HUN GBR 70A ESP BEL ITA TUS RUS EIF
TD[b]
POR EMI TUR BHR SKH
Haas F1 Team Haas VF-20 ABU
TD
2021 Uralkali Haas F1 Team Haas VF-21 Ferrari 065/6 1.6 V6 t BHR
16
EMI
16
POR
17
ESP
18
MON
18
AZE
13
FRA
19
STY
16
AUT
18
GBR
18
HUN
12
BEL
16
NED
18
ITA
15
RUS
TUR
USA
MXC
SAP
SAU
ABU
19th* 0*

* Season still in progress.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 0 poles achieved during qualifying, and 2 poles scored as a result of the reverse grid in the sprint race.[4]
  2. ^ Schumacher was due to take part in the first practice session as a test driver, but it was cancelled due to bad weather conditions.[31]

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(FIA Formula 3 Championship)
Preceded by
Nyck de Vries
FIA Formula 2 Championship
Champion

2020
Succeeded by
Incumbent