The son of seven-time F1 world champion Michael Schumacher heads into 2018 with pressure on his shoulders and expectations raised, following a difficult rookie campaign in European F3, finishing 12th in the standings with high-flyers Prema.

After narrowly missing out on titles in national F4 championships in Germany and Italy, as well as the 2016-2017 MRF Challenge crown, Mick Schumacher is aiming to come out on top of an ultra-competitive field this season.

As one of only a handful of non-rookies, the German - still just 18 - will be looking to take advantage of his position at reigning teams’ champions Prema, alongside his experience in the category, to launch a title bid in 2018.

 

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