Sebastian Vettel: Mick Schumacher is in a difficult situation


Sebastian Vettel: Mick Schumacher is in a difficult situation
Sebastian Vettel: Mick Schumacher is in a difficult situation © Mark Thompson / Getty Images Sport

Mick Schumacher's future is unknown, and many are wondering what will happen to him. It is difficult to predict whether he will have a place in a team next season, but optimism should not be lacking. The career of this German F1 driver did not go in the direction he expected.

Many wonder where the problem arose and why Schumacher hasn't realized his potential so far. Sebastian Vettel, the man who was Schumacher's huge support from day one, believes that Mick will have a difficult task, but stressed that there is still a chance for him in F1 next season as well.

"The situation is difficult at the moment,” Vettel told Sky. “There is perhaps still a single cockpit and at the moment it is not that easy or rather difficult to get in there and slide in. But there is always some possibility."

Sebastian Vettel: He must continue to work on the second chance

The experienced German believes that Mick must do his best and work for a second chance.

The F1 world is such that you never know when you might get a chance. It is necessary that he works much harder now than before, and hopes for the best. "I think it's important that things continue in a certain way for him next year.

That he continues to work on the second chance. From a German perspective it's essential, it's not just the biggest young talent, but perhaps even the only one at the moment." The career of Mick Schumacher isn't going in the best direction right now, that's a fact.

Mick is currently a reserve driver for the Mercedes AMG Formula One Team. So far, Toto Wolff has encouraged Schumacher numerous times that he has the potential to be a great driver. The future chances of Mick gaining a place in the team are not easy to predict, and it is difficult to predict whether he will actually succeed. Mick's future in the sport remains uncertain, as there are many other young drivers vying for the same position.

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