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Michael Schumacher’s 18-year-old son Mick is currently racing in Formula Three and did not even perform beyond expectations there, but the youngster has claimed that he dreams of driving in Formula 1.
“Yes, my goal is always F1,” Mick Schumacher told German sports agency SID after finishing the F3 season in 12th place with one podium finish, coming third at Monza in April.
“I am concentrating on myself and I do not look at the other drivers. Everyone progresses at their own pace, it’s not comparable,” he said after he was asked about other youngsters like Lance Stroll and Max Verstappen, who drove in his first Grand Prix at the age of 17.
Schumacher said, “I take one step after another and try to prepare myself for my future. When I feel I’m ready, I will take the next step, but first I have to prove myself.”
“I attacked my first F3 season with the aim to learn as much as possible. This is what happened this year, and I’m really pleased. I try to improve myself in all areas.”
His father, Michael, has not been seen in public since suffering a life-threatening skiing accident in 2013 and is currently reportedly in coma.