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Mick Schumacher has given some further insight into how he operates as a Formula 1 driver, using a triangular approach to measure his success with the car.
Nikita Mazepin is finding it difficult to get the most out of his Haas VF-21 due to its “weak rear-end”, says Guenther Steiner.
Following Friday practice in Barcelona Mick Schumacher conceded that Haas are “a bit adrift” of their only real rival Williams.
Given that his father is a seven-time champion, Nico Rosberg says it is “quite impossible” for Mick Schumacher to be “as good” as Michael.
Guenther Steiner says Haas will improve their radio messages to their drivers when they’re about to be lapped, after Nikita Mazepin’s near-miss on Sunday.
Timo Glock has warned Mick Schumacher not to start overdriving his Haas car now he has had his first real taste of racing action.
Guenther Steiner says radio messages criticising Nikita Mazepin are “attention-grabbing” by F1, and has defended his driver.
Mick Schumacher is starting to get to grips with the “lively” Haas VF-21 as he let it loose on Portimao’s Algarve International Circuit.
Mick Schumacher says he has learned from early mistakes in his first two grand prix weekends and is looking forward to the first double-header of the season.
Mattia Binotto has told Mick Schumacher to “have fun” in Formula 1, telling the Ferrari junior that “passion” for the job will translate into success.
USA racer Colton Herta has spoken about the prospect of joining the Formula 1 grid, but would only join American team Haas if Ferrari backed the move.
Guenther Steiner wants to help his rookie drivers like he helped Kevin Magnussen, who he says was “pretty insecure” when he joined Haas.
Discussing how much the Haas drivers are learning in F1, Guenther Steiner says that they’re “drinking from a water hose.”
Nikita Mazepin says he will not “start to panic” about his F1 future but feels his Haas team-mate Mick Schumacher has advantages he will never know.
Guenther Steiner admires the enthusiasm Mick Schumacher has for Formula 1, even though Haas look like struggling throughout this season.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner believes that all the engine manufacturers are tightly packed together now, Ferrari included.
It has become the in thing to kick at Nikita Mazepin but that doesn’t mean his rivals shouldn’t show him the respect they demand from him.
Guenther Steiner says Nikita Mazepin did nothing wrong in qualifying at Imola, Antonio Giovinazzi should have “gone fast as well”.
Mick Schumacher says that, so far, Haas are closer to Williams and Alfa Romeo than they anticipated in Imola.
Guenther Steiner says that Nikita Mazepin is “trying a little bit too hard” in his Haas car, as the Russian recorded two more spins in FP1 at Imola on Friday.
Mick Schumacher says he learned a lot of unexpected lessons on his F1 debut in Bahrain, but those initial experiences have helped him on his way to adapting to motorsport’s top tier.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner will not “micromanage” Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher, but will step in if he needs to.
Although Haas’ goal this season is to avoid P10, Mick Schumacher says the team is “optimistic” and “motivated” to score points, and make it into Q2.
Mick Schumacher has a slightly “weird” habit when he is racing, he talks to himself as he finds it helpful in working through issues.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Marc Surer thinks the Haas VF-21 challenger will get the team’s drivers “into trouble” this year, calling it a “bad car”.
Haas are setting their sights very low for the 2021 season and are only going to put effort into fighting Williams at the back of the grid in 2021.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner made it clear that Ferrari have sent Mick Schumacher, rather than him being there due to sponsorship.
Guenther Steiner believes it would be “complete madness” for Haas to spend money on updating their car this season.
One driver rueing the break between Bahrain and Imola is Mick Schumacher, with the Haas driver left to dwell on his Bahrain spin.
No driver wants to be in the worst car on the grid, but for Mick Schumacher, it certainly brings some benefits…