With his three victories at the Nürburgring is Mick Schumacher immediately advanced to the second place in the European Formula 3 championship. Reportedly, this is the interest of Red Bull and they talk with the young German on a seat for 2019 at Toro Rosso. The son of Michael Schumacher can so suddenly be a competitor for the belgian Stoffel Vandoorne.
The career of Mick Schumacher, the last two months, a steep flight taken, of the last ten races in the European Formula 3 championship, the young German, six won. By this strong performance, he moved up to second place in the championship only three points of leader Daniel Ticktum.
Schumacher will now do everything possible to win the championship. If he is the championship exit in the top three, the nineteen-year-old German had enough points on his superlicentie to be in Formula 1 to get started.
As the son of the ‘Rekordmeister’ in the possession of a superlicentie, it’s not inconceivable that he was in the crosshairs of a number of F1 teams. According to ‘Motorsport’ would be Toro Rosso highly interested in the services of the German.
At Toro Rosso is there for 2019 yet nothing is confirmed but it is believed that Daniil Kvyat is one of the seats will be occupied but for the other seat to circulate a number of names. Dan Ticktum is like Schumacher at work in the European F3, but even if the Brit the championship to his name, writes he is still a few points deficit on his superlicentie.
So it is not inconceivable that at Toro Rosso, the possibility is being explored to Schumacher in one of their cars to convert in 2019.
Despite the interest of Red Bull seems Schumacher is not in a hurry to make his F1 debut. It still remains a just guess work but it seems that it is only a matter of time before we see Schumacher on the starting grid of the Formula 1 greet.
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