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Schumacher: It would be arrogant to think you can just win in a Mercedes

Article To news overview © Haas Mick Schumacher is not of the belief that any F1 driver could win if they were driving a Mercedes. The German spent much of his debut season in the sport racing at the back of the field, with Haas not able to match the pace of their competitors. However, Schumacher thinks it would be presumptuous to assume that his fortunes would dramatically change if he switched to the Silver Arrows. "Everyone deserves their place in Formula 1," Schumacher told Auto Motor und Sport. "Anyone can drive here. You only know if you can win a race in a Mercedes when you actually sit in it. It would be arrogant to say that." Schumacher hopes Haas can progress...
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