Ahead of the 2022 British Grand Prix, Ferrari junior Mick Schumacher is still looking for his first Formula 1 points finish, but at the same time he has been warned by his Haas team that costly incidents cannot continue. This means that the Ferrari Driver Academy member is under serious pressure for the first time in his Formula 1 career.
It has been a difficult start to the 2022 campaign for Mick Schumacher, who faces more scrutiny than most just for being the son of seven-time world champion Michael. As a champion in Formula 3 and Formula 2, Mick’s in F1 on merit. The problem is, crashes, collisions and other setbacks are so far undermining his attempts to establish himself in his second F1 championship.
And with Haas making it very clear that things have to improve in the second part of the season, there is an increasingly intense spotlight on the Ferrari junior, who has work to do to secure his Formula 1 future.
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