Mick Schumacher will start Sunday’s race from 12th position after an impressive drive during the Sprint

Mick Schumacher put up an impressive display at the Interlagos Circuit during last night’s Sprint session. The Haas driver started Sprint from the 20th spot but made up a commendable eight places in 24 laps to eventually finish 12th. Schumacher’s commendable show comes after weeks of speculation about his future in Formula One.

As per reports, Nico Hulkenberg is set to make a full-time comeback to Formula one with Haas in 2023. This implies that Schumacher could be the one getting the sack and Schumacher would partner with Kevin Magnussen on the grid next season. Hulkenberg hasn’t driven as a full-time driver in F1 since 2019 and it would be interesting to see if he is eventually confirmed as Haas’ second driver.

Haas is currently weighing up its driver options for the second seat in 2023, with it believed to be a straight call between retaining Mick Schumacher or going for the more experienced Hulkenberg. Hulkenberg has driven in F1 this season as well when he was called up by Aston Martin to fill in for the unwell Sebastian Vettel at Bahrain and Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The speculations of Hulkenberg joining Haas gained momentum after Aston Martin signed Stoffel Vandoorne as a reserve driver for 2023.

Mick Schumacher
"Trying to keep his job" - Twitter reacts to Mick Schumacher's commendable Sprint performance at Brazilian GP 2

Fans react to Schumacher’s impressive Sprint performance at the Brazilian GP

Let us take a look at some of the reactions from fans on Twitter.

“Could have gained two more if he didn’t have some engine issues. Points are a real possibility tomorrow! Let’s go Mick, you deserve a spot”, wrote a fan.

“Trying to keep his job”, wrote another fan.

“That is a position made up every three laps. Very good performance”, read a tweet.

“Superb performance by Mick!! A brilliant charge and Guenther was full of praise for him after the race”, tweeted another fan.

Another fan wrote: “This is the real drive to survive for Mick, wishing him all the best for rest of the race.”

More Formula One News

Follow our dedicated Formula One page for instant Formula One news and updates


Taylor Swift


Travis Kelce

Timothée Chalamet

Tom Holland

Novak Djokovic

Michael Jordan

LeBron James

Tom Brady

Lewis Hamilton