Why a slow start in F2 could cost Mick Schumacher a 2020 F1 debut | Formula Two

Schumacher’s European F3 championship win last year moved him past the threshold of 40 superlicence points needed to graduate to F1.
But in the meantime it puts Schumacher under pressure to deliver or face becoming ineligible to race in F1 next year.
Schumacher’s third in the 2016-17 MRF Challenge does not earn him superlicence points
As Schumacher didn’t score any superlicence points in 2017, he will need to score at least 10 in his first season of F2 or he won’t able to race an F1 car in 2020.

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