SportF1Mick Schumacher will be Ferrari's reserve driver in 2022

Mick Schumacher will be Ferrari's reserve driver in 2022

Mick Schumacher signs for Ferrari. The son of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher will be the Italian firm's reserve driver in 2022 and will also continue to compete with Hass during the next season in Formula 1

«Mick will be a reserve driver for Ferrari, as will Antonio Giovinazzi . Antonio will be the substitute in some races. When he is not here, Mick will have that role ”, announced this Wednesday the head of the 'Scuderia' team, Mattia Binotto, in statements to RTL TV .

At 22, Mick Schumacher will thus be a Ferrari reserve driver, whose official drivers are Charles Leclerc and the Spanish Carlos Sainz, in the eleven grands prix scheduled for the 2022 World Championship. «Mick is a Ferrari driver, he belongs to the Ferrari Driver Academy. He did well with Haas the entire 2021 season. We believe he will improve in the future, "added Binotto.

Mick Schumacher finished last in the standings, with no points, in his debut season in Formula 1 with Haas, but he often overshadowed his teammate, Russian Nikita Mazepin.

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