SPOTTED! Mick Schumacher Seen Hanging Out With Stewart-Haas NASCAR Team

Formula One is going to the United States for the next race of the nail-biting 2021 season. The United States Grand Prix will be happening at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas on October 25. Another racing series that recently visited Texas was NASCAR, a motorsport category that is much more popular and widespread among Americans than F1. The NASCAR Cup Series race recently took place at the Texas Motor Speedway, and Haas F1 team’s Mick Schumacher was spotted at the race, visiting as a guest.

F1 and NASCAR meet through Haas and Mick Schumacher

American Millionaire Gene Haas, apart from the Haas F1 team, also owns a part of a NASCAR team named Stewart-Haas Racing, in partnership with three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart. They had a special guest visiting them at the NASCAR race in Texas.

Mick Schumacher (@SchumacherMick) Texas’ta @StewartHaasRcng takımının misafiri oldu.

: @HaasF1Team#F1 #NASCAR pic.twitter.com/AHxDpHrAbq

— Motorsport.com Türkiye (@motorsportcomtr) October 18, 2021

Haas F1 team’s driver Mick Schumacher, son of seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher, was pictured at the Texas Motor Speedway during the NASCAR race.

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Schumacher was pictured checking out the car of Chase Briscoe, driver of #14 SHR car. He was also seen on the pit wall during the race trying to analyze and figure out NASCAR racing, which is quite different from F1.

Mick’s season so far

2021 is Mick Schumacher’s rookie season in F1. Coming into F1 on the back of a brilliant title victory in F2, a lot is expected of Mick. However, he is unfortunately stuck with possibly the slowest car on the grid, so there’s absolutely no fair comparison to be made to evaluate his performance.

Formula One F1 – Dutch Grand Prix – Circuit Zandvoort, Zandvoort, Netherlands – September 5, 2021 Haas’ Mick Schumacher in action during the race REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw

The only fair comparison would be with his teammate, and Mick has dominated comfortably in that department; He has been much better than his teammate Nikita Mazepin, outqualifying him in almost all the races, and has finished in better positions than him in 13 of the 16 races so far in the season.

Mick hopes to get promoted to a better team soon and show what he can actually do. What does fate have in store for this young driver? Only time will give an answer to that.

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