Mick Schumacher and his future are still uncertain. The German driver will have a difficult task to secure a place in the team next year. However, despite everything that is happening, Schumacher is still an optimist and expects great things from himself in the future.
In an interview with the media, he confirmed that his goal is to win the F1 championship, and he does not intend to give up his goal.
"After winning the [F2] World Championship and achieving my first goal, which was getting into Formula 1, the second goal is still open," -Mick Schumacher said, as quoted by Sky Germany.
"I want to become a world champion, and I'm still working on that." Sebastian Vettel supported Mick from the very beginning of his career. Sebastian is aware that Schumacher is in a difficult situation. However, there are still chances for him to secure a place in the team.
"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 on Schumacher
At this moment, the young driver must remain calm, think carefully about what he has to do and adequately prepare for what awaits him.
Most are aware of the talent that Mick possesses, but he will have to confirm that when he gets the chance. Vettel believes that Germany does not have such talents, and that it is crucial that Schumacher finds a team that will give him a chance.
"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." Mick did not make the best use of the previous chances he had, and in F1 it is difficult to fight for a new one. However, looking at his talent, he could get a place in some team.
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