Formula 1 2021: From Hamilton vs Verstappen to Schumacher vs Russell, driver rivalries set to dominate upcoming season
We take a look at the top driver rivalries that will dominate the upcoming season of Formula 1.
Mick’s debut comes exactly 30 years after his father made his Formula 1 debut. The youngster will race for the Haas F1 Team alongside another rookie, Nikita Mazepin.
It will be the first time a member of the Schumacher family has been involved directly in a Formula One race since Michael retired in 2012 and 30 years after the German great's impressive debut for the Jordan team at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix.
While Nikita Mazepin said he took full responsibility for the incident where he was filmed groping a woman, he didn't say if he has apologised to the woman
The unveiling came as Haas announced that Russian company Uralkali, one of the world's largest potash fertilizer producers and exporters, will become the title partner of the F1 team in a multi-year agreement starting this season.
Formula 1 2020: Haas confirm Nikita Mazepin for next season after concluding inquiry into driver's conduct
He will line up alongside Mick Schumacher, the son of the seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher, in an all-rooky partnership.
In the video, Mazepin reaches from the passenger seat of a car and touches the chest of an unidentified woman sitting in the back seat. The 21-year-old Russian driver posted the video on Instagram stories recently.
Daruvala came out on top of a race-long battle with Dan Ticktum, to win by 2.9seconds.
India’s Jehan Daruvala, racing for Carlin, capped off his rookie Formula 2 campaign by winning the Sakhir race
Schumacher junior, 21, long tipped for a Formula One spot, will partner Russian driver Nikita Mazepin, also 21, in the Haas lineup.
Formula 2: Jehan Daruvala pips championship leader Mick Schumacher at Bahrain GP to earn maiden podium
Daruvala crossed the line 0.894 seconds ahead of Schumacher to earn a well deserved third place at the Bahrain Grand Prix on Saturday
Gunther Steiner added the team had not made any decisions on a replacement driver line-up
The chances of Magnussen and Grosjean remaining in F1 appear bleak, with the experienced pair of Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg also currently without a 2021 seat.
Formula 1: Practice session cancelled in Nurburgring due to bad weather, no maiden drive for Mick Schumacher
Low cloud and mist made for poor visibility around the Nurburgring track and it was declared unsafe for the medical helicopter to take off before time ran out for the 90-minute session.
The 21-year-old Schumacher leads the Formula 2 standings after winning races in Monza and Sochi.
Mick Schumacher hopes to land seat in Formula 1 next year after winning Sochi Formula Two feature race
The Swiss-based team is expected to give Schumacher a practice run in one of their cars at next month’s Eifel Grand Prix at the Nurburgring before confirming its 2021 line-up.
Formula 1 2020: Michael Schumacher's son Mick says his father would welcome Lewis Hamilton's record-equalling 91 wins
Mick, who leads the Formula Two championship this year and is on the verge of moving up to Formula One next year, said his father had always told him "records are there to be broken".
Jehan Daruvala interview: 'Red Bull Junior team association a big opportunity in aim to get to Formula 1'
In a freewheeling chat for Firstpost, Jehan Daruvala discusses his preparations for Formula 2, excitement about the Red Bull association, targets for 2020 and more.
Current leading lights in the Ferrari Driver Academy (FDA) include Mick Schumacher, son of seven times world champion Michael, and Russian FIA Formula Three champion Robert Shwartzman.
Formula 2: Mick Schumacher claims first victory in 28-lap 'sprint' race for Prema Racing ahead of Hungarian GP
Schumacher won the 28-lap 'sprint' race for Prema Racing after starting from pole position in a reverse grid race. He had finished eighth in Saturday’s full-length feature race