Schumacher taking steady road to F1

OCTOBER 1, 2016

Schumacher taking steady road to F1

Mick Schumacher insists he is still taking it steady on his road to F1.

The 17-year-old is running second not only in Italian F4 this year but also in the German series.

But when asked about the German broadcaster Sport1 about emulating his famous father Michael with the move into F1, Mick said: "At the moment I am simply trying to learn, so I can't say when the time will come.

"My goal is to be fully prepared to start in formula one," he added.

Schumacher admitted that Formula 3, rather than F1, is the obvious next step.

"F3 would be the logical next step," he confirmed. "I believe that I will be at the next tests."

(GMM)

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