Mick Schumacher is fighting for a seat on the 2023 F1 grid at the moment and has recently talked about where he is in regard to getting a new contract, and how he sees his season so far.
Mick Schumacher is one of the most likable guys on the current grid and is rated highly by people in the paddock, however, the current campaign has been pretty up and down for the German, and as things stand, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding his future in F1.
The 23-year-old recently sat for an in-depth interview during which he highlighted a few key things about his F1 career. During the interview, Mick was asked where he is in terms of getting a new contract and while answering the tough question Mick said, “The status is that we will, of course, announce it if there is something new.”
The Haas driver has made it pretty clear that at the moment if there is any major development regarding his status in F1, he will let the World know, and until then, he is staying under the radar.
Mick Schumacher on his 2022 performances so far
Mick Schumacher got off to a horrendous start in the first few of races where he crashed the VF-22 and got a lot of criticism for it. However, since the British Grand Prix, the German has picked up his form and scored points in a few races.
During the interview, Schumacher was asked how he rates his current campaign and while answering the query, he added, “Our car has been very quick lately, especially at Zandvoort in the Dutch GP. We were also better than expected at the last race in Monza. In free practice, I only had a few laps to drive and qualifying wasn’t ideal.”
“Despite this, we managed to fight our way up the field in the race. We were even on course for points, and that seemed unlikely at first on this track, which is not ideal for our car.”
As per reports, it is believed that Mick has got until Mexico to impress the hierarchy at the Haas F1 team, and considering he has got the experienced Nico Hulkenberg as competition for next year’s seat, who according to you is going to get the coveted 2023 seat on Haas F1 team alongside Kevin Magnussen?