Lewis Hamilton’s bid for the Formula One win record held by Michael Schumacher is back, and he may acquire it in Schumacher’s home country, Germany. Hamilton was chasing a record-equaling 91st win two weeks ago in Russia when his race was wrecked by penalties for breaking an obscure rule where drivers could practice their starts before the race Were. His Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas won.
The stage was set for Hamilton to try again in Germany. He would have to perform in situations that would also test Schumacher, who was nicknamed “Regenmister” or Rain Master for his talent on wet tracks. It is likely to rain on all three days and temperatures cannot reach 10 degrees (50 F) on race day.
Formula One is back in Nerburgering, one of the most storied circuits in the chain for the first time since 2013. Officially, the German Grand Prix is on the heels this year, and is a late replacement on the race – the Coronavirus-influenced calendar. – Following a mountain range nearby is called the Eifel Grand Prix.
More than 20,000 fans can join, making it one of the best races of the season in addition to the Russian Grand Prix.
the new generation
It has been eight years since Michael Schumacher’s final F1 race, and now his son will officially be part of the F1 race weekend for the first time.
21-year-old Mick Schumacher will take on Antonio Giovinazzi’s Alfa Romeo for practice for the first time on Friday. That brings him one more step closer to a full F1 drive, possibly even next season. He already has experience paddock from racing in Formula Two, where he leads the championship, and performs in his father’s old F1 cars before the race.
Mick Schumacher has said that he sees his father as his idol, but he wants to make his own way. He started kart racing under his mother’s name surname Betsch.
The Schumacher family’s life changed forever in December 2013 when Michael and then 14-year-old Mick were skiing together in the French Alps. Michael Schumacher hit his head on a rock and suffered severe brain injuries requiring constant care. The family preserves her privacy and provides some details of her condition.
Mick Schumacher’s F2 title rival, Callum Ellotte, will drive in his first official F1 season on Friday, borrowing from Romain Grosjean’s Haas.
A young Schumacher may be just what F1 needs to gain its popularity in Germany.
When Hamilton and Michael Schumacher last raced together at the Nurburgring in 2011, there were six Germans on the grid, including then-world champion Sebastian Vettel. He will be the only German in Sunday’s race.
The likes of Nico Rosberg and Timo Glock have been around for a long time, though Nico Halbenberg lynches on the fringe. Sergio Perez was a two-race replacement when he tested positive for coronovirus.
Despite Wittel’s four titles, he does not command the same public profile in Germany that Schumacher had in his major, and was not followed in F1 after a wave of young German drivers. If not for the epidemic, there would not be a race in Germany this year.
Only two Germans have made their debut in F1 within the last decade. Andre Lauterer had a race cameo in 2014, and Pascal Wehrlin occasionally showed promise in 2016 and 2017, but is now Lauterer’s teammate in the electric racing series Formula E.
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