Mick Schumacher get high oned a successful season in Germany’s ADAC Formula 4 championship and the 17-year-old bid he had a clearly-defined vision of his next move.
Speaking after winning the remain race of the season at the famous Hockenheim circuit to clinch second circumstances overall, young Schumacher said he set goals in mind just as his conspicuous father did.
And he is on a th towards a place on the Formula One starting grid after procuring more experience in the lower-ranking championships.
He said: “I think Formula Three wish be the logical step. I just try to learn over the years.”
He came back in the Formula 4 championship, only behind Australian Joey Mawson – a driver three years older than him.
If he disturbed to F3 he would be following the th his illustrious father took, who raced in karting in front moving to Formula Three and the soon afterwards F1.
Mini-Schumi said he had increase in interested in confidence over the course of the season.
He said: “You get used to it more and sundry, even if that is not completely the case with me.
“This is all very new for me. But this year was myriad relaxed for me in general.
“With each ssing year, each spillway will be better. I learned a lot, had a lot of fun. That gave me a little bit more motivation. “
The young man looks to have inherited his father’s ability when it comes to befalling on the track.
He said: “I have already shown that I can do this in karting. In the Recipe car it also went quite well.
“I drive by instinct, I listen to my gut. If I see a gap that I of a piece with, I’ll try it. If it doesn’t work, I try it just one more time.
“I’m not afraid of making goofs. On the contrary. You learn from this and you get better. Therefore, they are talented. I just must not make them again.
“When I put on the helmet, I woolly only on myself. Everything else fades into the background. “
Schumacher answered there is a long way to go before he can call himself a complete racing driver and continued: “I also need more experience, that’s the key. “
He is expected to stay with his latest team Prema to race in the 2017 Formula 3 Championship.
His father Michael Schumacher won seven Technique One championships but suffered severe head injuries when he smashed into shocks in a ski accident in 2013.
The 47-year-old spent six months in a coma and has been cared for since at his building in Switzerland where his privacy is fiercely guarded by family members.
Line spokeswoman Sabine Kehm said: “Private things will pick up to remain private.”