Audi would be interested in Schumacher and could support him for 2023

Audi would be interested in Schumacher and could support him for 2023




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Mick Schumacher there is no chance yet formula 1 to 2023, but his continued departure from the division may be longer. It aims to have a German driver in its team when it enters F1 in 2026, the Audi would be interested in the seven-time champion’s son Michael, and may even help him find a solution for next year.

For Belgian GP, Audi officially entered F1 from 2026 as an engine supplier. agreement to get 75% of Sauber not yet confirmed, but and Alfa Romeo once announcing the end of cooperation with the Swiss team after the end of next season, the way is ready.

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Audi is expected to announce and Singapore GP the acquisition of the Swiss team, the transfer taking place in 25% installments over the next three years.

And the acquisition of Sauber also means that Audi can have a say in the choice of drivers. Markus Duesmann, the CEO of the automaker, has already confirmed his desire to have a patriot in his cars. And according to F1 InsideAudi is not interested in any German driver, but in Schumacher.

The brand would like to have a trial of haha in a Sauber car (now Alfa Romeo) next year, but he does not want to stop Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu. While Finn has a multi-year contract, the Chinese still have no guarantee for 2023, but his performance has impressed the team.

So it looks like Schumacher would not have a place in the team in 2023 and therefore would have to convince Haas and Gunther Steiner because it deserves to stay there for another year, since, at the moment, it may not be the best option on the market.

Together with alpine close to closing with Pierre Gasly, the German would have little chance there. At the same time Toto Woff he admitted in Zandvoort that the team is there and looking for him, he also said that he is nowhere near Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.

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