Formula 1: Fans in great excitement – Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel soon united in one team

06/23/2022 at 4:25 p.m

Mick Schumacher: How he made his way into Formula 1

Mick Schumacher: How he made his way into Formula 1

He is currently the biggest German motorsport hope: Mick Schumacher. The son of seven-time Formula 1 world champion and Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher. Mick will make his debut in Formula 1 in 2021. But how did he make it into the premier class? We take a look at his career so far for you.

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In the formula 1 Mick Schumacher (21) and Sebastian Vettel (34) meet again and again on the track and sometimes even get too close.

Soon, however, the two pilots can be seen in a team – albeit apart from the formula 1.

Formula 1: Mick Schumacher with a big announcement

The current season is rather sobering for both Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel. While Vettel was able to score a few points, things are still looking bleak for Mick. The German is still waiting for his first points in the motorsport premier class.

A little distraction could be good. That is the case on August 24th at the “Champions for Charity” soccer game in the Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt. Mick Schumacher, who is one of the initiators alongside Dirk Nowitzki (44), announced on Instagram: “Dirk got reinforcements from Mats Hummels, I from Sebastian – and many others that we will announce in the coming weeks. “

In Formula 1 they are opponents and at the benefit game in honor of father Michael Schumacher (53) Mick and Vettel are in a team. The “Champions for Charity” is taking place for the fourth time with the support of ING Germany.

Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel in one team

Other active soccer professionals on site are Lukas Podolski (37), Timo Werner (26), Christoph Kramer (31) and Florian Neuhaus (25). World champion Sami Khedira (35), who retired about a year ago, will also be there.

But table tennis veteran Timo Boll (41), ex-ski racer Felix Neureuther (38), ex-hockey player Moritz “Mo” Fürste (37) and former handball player Christian “Blacky” Schwarzer (52) will also be at the start.

“I think it’s great that we’re reviving the game and I probably have to start training now so that I can look good with my team against Dirk and his squad,” said Mick Schumacher happily.


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From June 20, tickets for “Champions for Charity 2022” can be purchased for ten euros (7 euros reduced). Proceeds go to the Nowitzkis Foundation and the Schumachers’ Keep Fighting Foundation.

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