Formula 1: Schumacher defies pressure in Canada

Formula 1: Schumacher defies pressure in Canada

Cologne – His mother Corinna hugged Mick Schumacher, Haas team boss Günther Steiner was very satisfied, and Ferrari also congratulated his youngster: with his best qualifying result ever in Formula 1, 23-year-old Schumacher continued to rise. effectively withstood the pressure.

By placing sixth on the grid in Montreal, the son of record world champion Michael Schumacher set a highlight and can expect his first championship point in the race (from 8:00 p.m. on live ticker ran.de).

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“Of course it’s good to have a good result. Something that you can build. It shows that I am here for a good cause,” said Schumacher, who recently faced criticism after serious accidents in Jeddah and Monaco.

He wants to do his “best” in the race to maintain his position – after all, top-class drivers like George Russell (Mercedes), World Championship runner-up Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) and World Championship third Charles Leclerc (Ferrari). Behind him are starting in the top cars.

Haas: Team boss Steiner satisfied with qualification

Steiner explained Schumacher’s good starting position and fifth starting position for his teammate Kevin Magnussen: “The whole team did a great job, both drivers were always calm.” The South Tyrolean hopes he will be able to “hold as many positions as possible.”

Six-time Grand Prix winner Schumacher’s uncle Ralf was also relieved. “It takes a lot of pressure off, and the pressure just stays there. Mick shows what he can do. He didn’t become Formula 2 and Formula 3 champions by chance,” said the Sky specialist.

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Unlike qualifying, where the track gradually dried up, sunshine has been predicted for the Canadian Grand Prix.

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