F1: The German track is lobbying for Schumacher

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The team’s most successful car, the F2004, Michael Schumacher’s last, seventh world championship, was sent to the Maranellos’ youth program by his son, Mickette Schacette.

Mick, who has been in Formula 2 for the past two seasons and is more mature and confident this year than last year, has a good chance of making it to F1 by 2021, but the organizers of the autumn Eifel Grand Prix want this year, the Little Schumi would be sitting in a current Formula 1 car at the Nürburgring.

“Of course, we follow the developments around Mick Schumacher. Ferrari has confirmed that it will still have a training opportunity this year. Of course, it would be a very touching story if this could take place at the Nürburgring. Our track was his father’s living room, and a section also bears his name, ”track chief Mirco Markfort told Kölner Express.

The German Grand Prix in Hockenheim dropped out of the Formula 1 schedule by 2021 for financial reasons, but the reorganized calendar due to the coronavirus pushed the place of Germany, which is still extremely important, and the Nürburgring, which last hosted the grand prize in 2013, took the opportunity. The Eifel Grand Prix will be held on the weekend of October 9-11.

Source: Cologne Express

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