“Plan A is the only plan that interests me right now. That’s what I want and what I’m aiming for,” the 23-year-old said when asked if he was looking for options in other racing events. “I will do everything for it. The best of me, every day. I’m ready to work on myself one hundred percent. That’s all I have on hand.”
Schumacher in his second season with Haas. He failed to score a single point in the World Cup on his debut in 2021. This year the meter stands at 12 points thanks to sixth place at Spielberg in Austria and eighth at Silverstone in England. In the World Cup standings, former Formula 2 and Formula 3 world champion Shumi Jr. is currently 17th. His Danish teammate Kevin Magnussen is thirteenth with 24 points.
With three major races remaining, the world championships are drawing to a close. After Sunday’s race in Mexico, it will be followed by races in Brazil (November 13) and Abu Dhabi (November 20). Haas is the last team to not finish their lineup in 2023. Schumacher is said to be racing with his more experienced compatriot Nico Hulkenberg, the reserve driver at Aston Martin and is already good for an 181 GP.
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