The man with the most famous name in motorsport.
Mick Schumacher is a fiercely competitive and unfalteringly dedicated competitor. His determination to get to the very top of his craft is intense and captivating.
Son of legendary seven-time F1 World Champion, Michael, Mick didn’t race under his own surname until his move to formula classes, instead opting to drive under pseudonym 'Mick Betsch,’ using his mother’s maiden name.
A stylish and smooth racer, Schumacher followed in his father’s footsteps in 2019, signing with the Ferrari Driver Academy. Through that, he has built up a strong friendship with fellow German Sebastian Vettel, who enjoyed a similar relationship with his father when first breaking onto the F1 scene.
Schumacher burst onto the scene in 2018, taking the European F3 Championship by storm, winning eight of the final 15 races to take the title. His maiden F2 campaign proved a little more tricky though, as he initially struggled to make the step up.
Rarely seen without a grin on his face, or his trademark red baseball cap, the German's efforts resulted in the 2020 title in the season finale at Bahrain.
The German Ferrari junior graduated to Formula 1 with HAAS in 2021 and will continue his development with the team in 2022.