Formula 1: Legendary Mario Andretti trusts Mick Schumacher Formula 1 news

1978 Formula 1 World Champion, racing legend Mario Andretti has commented on Mick Schumacher’s future. The 82-year-old is assured that the German will return to being a daily driver.

Mario Andretti is without doubt one of the nice legends of motorsport. In Formula 1, he managed to safe the title in 1978 with Lotus. He additionally received the Indy 500 and received the Indy Car Series in 1984. Now he has spoken out about Mick Schumacher and his future in Formula 1.

“Such abilities do not go away”

“I’m certain anyone will get it,” Andretti stated RTL/ntv and “Such abilities do not go wherever.” Schumacher steadily improved throughout his two years at Haas. “I feel Mick improved lots final season. There’s little question about it. It confirmed in his recreation,” defined the American.

2023 race calendar

  1. Image:
    Race 1: Bahrain GP at Sahir, March 5, 2023 © Imago
  2. Formula 1 will visit Saudi Arabia in December.  (Source:
    Race 2: Saudi Arabia GP Jeddah, 19 March 2023
  3. The Albert Park circuit in Melbourne/Australia is one of the most beautiful but also the most demanding tracks in Formula 1.
    Race 3: Melbourne Australian GP, ​​April 2, 2023 © Imago
  4. With tight corners and long straights, the track in Baku guarantees a motorsport spectacle.
    Race 4: Azerbaijan GP in Baku, April 30, 2023 © Imago
  5. The Miami track will be part of Formula 1 from 2022 (Image source: Formula 1).
    Race 5: US GP in Miami, May 7, 2023 © Personal
  6. Lewis Hamilton (front) wins Imola in 2020.
    Race 6: GP Emilia Romagna at Imola, May 21, 2023. © Imago
  7. Perez follows in Vettel's footsteps, Hamilton leads.
    Race 7: Monaco GP at Monte Carlo, May 28, 2023 © Imago
  8. Race 6: Spanish GP in Barcelona, ​​May 22, 2022
    Race 8: Spanish GP in Barcelona, ​​June 4, 2023 © Imago
  9. Canadian Grand Prix: Montreal, Gilles Villeneuve (until 2029)
    Race 9, Canadian GP Montreal, June 18, 2023 © Imago
  10. Formula 1 is visiting Spielberg for the second weekend in a row.
    Race 10: Austrian GP at Spielberg, July 2, 2023 © Imago
  11. There will be a sprint race at Silverstone.
    Race 11: British GP at Silverstone, July 9, 2023 © DPA pa
  12. Hungarian ring
    Race 12: Hungarian GP in Budapest, July 23, 2023 © Imago
  13. spa
    Race 13: Belgian GP at Spa-Francorchamps, July 30, 2023 © Imago
  14. The course at Zandvoort is beautifully set in a hilly landscape.
    Race 14: Dutch GP at Zandvoort, 27 August 2023 © Imago
  15. The highest speed track: Autodromo di Monza/Italy – 349 km/h
    Race 15, Italian GP at Monza, September 3, 2023 © Getty
  16. There will be no night race in Singapore in 2021 either.
    Race 16: Singapore GP at Singapore, 17 September 2023 © Imago
  17. Formula 1 continues to make rounds on the Suzuka International Race Course.
    Race 17: Japanese GP at Suzuka, September 24, 2023 © Imago
  18. Losail International Circuit Route Profile.
    Race 18: Qatar GP at Losail, 8 October 2023 © Sky
  19. Austin
    Race 19: US GP II at Austin, October 22, 2023 © Imago
  20. Longest distance to the first corner: Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City/Mexico - 890 meters
    Race 20: Mexican GP in Mexico City, October 29, 2023. © Imago
  21. Shortest distance to the first corner: Autodromo José Carlos Pace, Sao Paulo/Brazil - 190 meters
    Race 21: Brazilian GP in Sao Paulo, November 5, 2023 © Imago
  22. Formula 1 will be held in Las Vegas from the 2023 season.
    Race 22: US GP III Las Vegas, November 18, 2023 © Imago
  23. (*1*)
    Race 23: Abu Dhabi GP, Abu Dhabi, 26 November 2022

In addition to his driving expertise, “the Schumacher identify is an asset in each approach,” says Andretti. “I feel he wore it with nice delight, little question.”

The 23-year-old misplaced his Haas cockpit to Nico Hulkenberg and shall be a reserve driver for Mercedes this yr.

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