Ross Brawn, the F1 managing director while stressing about many things during a recent interview, has revealed that Mick Schumacher, the Haas driver is at a crossroads in his career and further has stated that he wants to see the German continue at the pinnacle of motor racing.
Mick Schumacher, after getting off to an extremely tough start during the initial races of the 2022 season has managed to bounce back strongly since the British Grand Prix and has improved his chances of securing a seat for the next season of the sport.
As things stand, the 23-year-old is a person of interest for his current team, Haas, and the Wantage-based Williams F1 team. However, nothing solid has come out of both camps yet regarding Mick and, at the moment, he is stuck in limbo.
While there is uncertainty regarding the German’s future, Ross Brawn has backed Mick and added, “Positive, he’s improved a lot this year. He has a really good reference in Kevin Magnussen as a teammate and is now at an important crossroads in his career.“
“In any case, he deserves to take the next step in his career. And by that, he will be measured.”
Ross Brawn feels that Mick Schumacher should get a seat for next year
Ross Brawn has praised Mick Schumacher for how well he has been able to show himself during the second left of the season and ardently feels that he should be on the grid next year.
Moreover, Brawn has indicated the German Grand Prix and how important it is to have Mick in F1 to have a solid chance of staging a race at the Nurburgring in the future.
While stressing over the scenario, Brawn added, “Because it frustrates me that we don’t have this race on the calendar at the moment. This is one of our biggest goals for the future. That’s why it’s extremely important that Mick Schumacher continues his career in Formula 1.”
The German has got six races left to impress one of the teams that are actively looking for a driver for next year, and considering the competition from the other available drivers, can Mick Schumacher land a seat for the 2023 F1 season?