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Mick Schumacher stays with Prema for 2018 FIA Formula 3 season

Written by  Feb 12, 2018

Prema Power Team  announce that Mick Schumacher will be back with the team for a second consecutive season in the FIA Formula 3 European Championship.

The 18-year-old racer has been impressive in his series debut last season, with many rookie podiums and even a third place overall at the challenging Monza venue in Italy.
After completing the European season in third place among rookies, Schumacher made a positive first appearance at the famed Macau Grand Prix, running comfortably in the top-10 overall among much more experienced contenders.
Schumacher showed outstanding character on race day and is ready to capitalize on the year spent on-track to make further progress together with the Team. He will be part of a bold five-driver roster lined-up to repeat and improve the results scored in 2017 which included grabbing the Team Championship for a record fifth straight time.
Preparations have already started for the season ahead which will begin and with the Grand Prix of Pau at the Pau-Ville street course on May 12th and 13th.
“We are happy and proud to have Mick with us again for 2018. Last year he faced a challenging debut season, moving up from Formula 4, but he showed great personality and huge potential, so we fully expect him to make further gains this season." Commented team manager René Rosin

"We will be lining-up five cars in an increased effort for 2018 and we expect this to be an exciting season. We are determined to put up our best efforts in order to stay in the hunt for more success.”
Schumacher said: "The competition in Formula 3 is tough, strong and tight; it is enriching to fight at this level, that’s why I very much look forward to racing here for another season."

"The fact that I can continue to work with a professional team such as Prema can only help me move forward. The team is great to work with and I am convinced we can experience some more exciting moments together. I am committed to advancing further and want to fight at the top with the best drivers." Concluded the young German

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