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Toto Wolff - Mercedes team principal - says the team is confident they can work well with Mick Schumacher and provide a suitable environment for his development.
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Wolff's comments were made after Haas announced Mick Schumacher's replacement for 2023, forcing the youngster out of the F1 grid.
Haas's decision has significantly impacted the youngsters' career trajectory, but Schumacher remains confident that he will be successful in making a return to Formula 1.
The 23-year-old has good connections throughout the paddock, revealing after Abu Dhabi that he is aware of several figures who are pleased with his development.
Sebastian Vettel on Mick Schumacher axing: Haas management ‘difficult to understand’
Haas have chosen to replace Mick Schumacher for 2023, Sebastian Vettel saying it is difficult to understand their thinking.Schumacher’s Haas future had been hanging in the balance for much of the 2022 campaign, his second season in Formula 1, but as the months went on, the signs were increasingly ominous for the German racer.
Mercedes' Toto Wolff brings more good news for Schumacher - explaining that the Silver Arrows will consider Mick as a candidate for reserve driver next season.
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"We believe that we can look after him if the situation were to happen, and with someone that fits the team.
"But we haven't really put pen to paper, we haven't really come anywhere close to any terms.
"I'm saying that openly because I think he [Mick] just fits, and now we need to make it happen.
"If he wants to [and] Sabine [Schumacher's manager] wants to, and then we see where that goes."
Daniel Ricciardo was briefly mentioned as a candidate to join Mercedes, but the Australian has now agreed to a contract with Red Bull.
With Mercedes having lost their reserve driver Nyck de Vries, it seems plausible that Schumacher has a chance of joining the team as a reserve driver.
F1 News: Mick Schumacher teases F1 return amidst interest from "a great deal of teams"
Mick Schumacher has revealed that several options are available to him in the F1 paddock, explaining his confidence in returning to the grid. Schumacher is now a free agent in the driver market after losing his seat with Haas F1 to Nico Hulkenberg ahead of the 2023 season. Despite showing reasonable improvement throughout the year, Haas was clearly unconvinced about Schumacher's ability to move the team forward. Hulkenberg's arrival is evidently a blow for Mick Schumacher's aspirations in F1, but the youngster remains confident that a comeback is well within his reach.
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Mick Schumacher's experience in Formula 1 gives him the necessary knowledge to perform well in this role, which could serve as a platform for 2024.
There is no telling if a Mercedes seat would be enough to revive his career, but it will almost certainly increase his chances of earning a second chance to compete on the gird.
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