Wolff, Horner united over F1’s German demise

Formula 1 rivals Mercedes and Ferrari agree that the sport should think hard before waving goodbye to the German market. Mercedes aside, it leaves Mick Schumacher as potentially the last German presence on the grid next year – but he looks in doubt of securing a race seat. “After all those years with Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel, it would be very unusual. “Germany is an important market for us and Max Verstappen shows what enthusiasm a driver can generate in a country. But he does admit: “We need a German driver and I would also like a race in Germany. “Germany is an important market that must be preserved.”. Wolff insists that Schumacher, the 23-year-old Haas driver, deserves to keep his seat for 2023.

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