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Schumacher would boost F1 ratings - Glock

Sep.21 Mick Schumacher would reinvigorate interest in formula one within Germany. That is the view of Timo Glock, a former grand prix driver who is now in the paddock as a pundit for German television. He told the Rheinische Post that young Schumacher is ready for the next step in his career. "I've talked to him a couple of times and I think for him, his best options now are GP3 or Formula 2. Either way, he would be closer to formula one," he said. "If F1 had a Schumacher again, it would boost the interest in Germany. Right now the ratings are good with an average of 4 million viewers. But at the height of Michael Schumacher, it was more like 10 million. "The current...
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