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Vettel knows Michael Schumacher would be proud of son Mick

Sebastian Vettel believes Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher would be proud of what his son is achieving in motorsport. Four-time world champion and fellow countryman Vettel experienced Mick Schumacher firsthand as the pair partnered up for the team event in the Nations Cup Race of Champions. Schumacher will also move closer to Vettel when he joins the Ferrari driver academy this year. Vettel spoke about how the seven-time world champion was his idol growing up and how proud the seven-time world champion would be of his son. "I remember my first appearance and looking up to Michael, and now I'm a little bit older and teaming up with Mick," Vettel told Autosport at the Race of...
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