Mick Schumacher: Age, Height, Net Worth, Salary, Girlfriend and More – GIVEMESPORT

Mick Schumacher: Age, Height, Net Worth, Salary, Girlfriend and More
Mick Schumacher is a German racing driver who last competed in F1 for Haas, and is also the son of the great Michael Schumacher.
Schumacher’s racing career started with him competing under his mother’s maiden name but as he rose through the ranks, it was revealed he was the son of one of the sport’s most famous figures.
Mick has shown he has driving talent in his own right during his career so far, however, with him winning the Formula 3 European Championship in 2018 and the F2 title in 2020, as well as also being a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy.
In 2021, he made his F1 debut for Haas and despite the car being the slowest on the grid, he still put in some strong displays during his rookie year. He was retained by Haas for 2022 and was also Ferrari’s reserve driver for the campaign.
2022 saw him score his first-ever F1 points but, ultimately, Haas boss Guenther Steiner decided that he wanted to replace him for 2023.
Schumacher will act as Mercedes’ reserve driver in 2023, keeping him in the paddock sphere with him undertaking sim work and marketing work as part of the role.
Here is everything you need to know about Mick Schumacher:
Schumacher is 23 years old. He was born on March 22nd.
Schumacher is 1.76m tall.
It was reported that Schumacher’s salary at Haas was around the $1m a year mark.
Schumacher reportedly has a net worth of $5m.
Mick Schumacher is said to be dating Norwegian Justine Huysman, with the families claimed to be long-term friends.
As mentioned, Mick Schumacher’s dad is F1 legend and 7-time world champion Michael Schumacher.
Mick credits his father as the main influence in getting him into motorsport, with his uncle Ralf also a former Formula 1 driver and his cousin David (Ralf’s son) coming through the junior formulae at the moment.
Truly, a racing family!
Few have the level of expectation on their shoulders as Mick Schumacher does.
Coming through the ranks he has proven he is a fast driver in his own right and not just there on name, with him obviously hoping to get back into F1 as soon as he can.
Eventually, most fans want to see him with a shot in the Ferrari but he knows he has to earn that, and will be eager to do so in the coming years.
Losing a race seat for 2023 is, of course, a setback for Mick, but he has already signalled he’s eager to use that as motivation to get himself back on the grid.
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George is an FIA-accredited Formula 1 reporter, with over seven years of sports writing experience having covered both football and motorsport in his career so far. 
He began writing about Formula 1 for Give Me Sport in 2020, and has since achieved a lifelong aim of covering the pinnacle of motorsport live on the ground at various Grands Prix. 
Watching motorsport is about the first thing he can remember doing as a kid as he accrued an alarming amount of Michael Schumacher caps along the way, but ultimately there isn’t a sport he won’t get fixated on…


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