Formula 1

Mick Schumacher: “It will be a difficult weekend”

After Monza, there will be a three-week break before Formula One returns to the Singapore street circuit. “I will undoubtedly prepare as thoroughly as possible for Singapore, as it is one of the most difficult races on the calendar in terms of humidity and temperature.” This weekend, Formula One heads to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix, which will also mark the end of the current treble of racing and the European season. We switched from hydraulic to mechanical suspension, which has a significant impact on the ride and may explain why some people have experienced rebound issues. Of course, depending on your perspective, Spa, Zandvoort, and Monza were all new circuits at one point. Next week, I’ll be at the AMB exhibition in Stuttgart, both with Haas Automotion and in the simulator. « I’ll take a few days off, but it’s still a busy time. And the next day, among other things, Kevin (Magnussen) and I will attend the official opening of the Home Deluxe Arena in Paderborn. However, there are likely to be more circuits where we can find the right settings. « I would say this circuit has more character than the new ones, which are flat, long, and full of run-off areas. And, if Schumacher uses this brief break to recharge his batteries, his top priority will be to be ready for this difficult test.