Mick Schumacher, as you can guess by the name, is the son of arguably the most famous F1 Driver ever, Michael Schumacher. Mick, who was a part of the Ferrari Driver Academy, made his F1 debut in 2021 with Haas and is currently their leading driver.
The Swiss-born German didn’t manage to get any points in his first F1 season with Haas. However, his reputation in Formula 2 has been very strong, having accomplished 11 podiums and 3 race wins.
Going into the 2022 F1 season, Mick knows what it takes to be an F1 driver and will look to get his first points in the circuit and also carry on the legacy of his father.
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Mick Schumacher’s Biography
Date of birth: 22 March 1999
Place of birth: Vufflens-le-Château, Switzerland
Current team: Haas-Ferrari
Mick Schumacher’s Salary as driver: US$1m (as per Spotrac)
Mick Schumacher’s Estimated net worth: US$5m (as per EssentiallySports)
First F1 appearance: Bahrain Grand Prix in March 2021 with Haas F1
Mick Schumacher’s Sponsors
In 2019, Under Armour signed Mick Schumacher while he was still driving in Formula 2, adding him to its roster of elite athletes. The company decided to onboard him with the release of “My Way Through” series of clothing and merchandise. Till date, Schumacher is seen featuring in several digital campaigns for Under Armour.
Richard Mille is a Switzerland-based luxury watchmaker and has been a long-term partner of Ferrari. Richard Mille commenced its partnership with Mick Schumacher in 2019, which sees him sporting its luxury watches during race weekends.
Mick Shcumacher is seen wearing the 50mm Richard Mille RM 11-03 Flyback Chronograph featuring an NTPT carbon case with a transparent dial.
Loosely translating to “German wealth advisors”, Deutsche Vermögensberatung or the DVAG tied up with Haas F1 on the contingency of the F1 team signing a German driver. This resulted in Haas F1 signing Mick Schumacher, who has been accompanied by the DVAG for many years of his racing career. As part of this deal, the DVAG logo is visible on Mick Schumacher’s cap during race weekends, which is also sold as a basic fan merchandise to F1 followers.
Schuberth is a German helmet producer based out of Brunswick. It supplies helmets to Formula One drivers, motorcyclists and industry workers. Mick Schumacher started endorsing Schuberth in 2020, during his second season in F2. Schuberth still produces Mick’s helmets while he represents Haas in F1.
Mick Schumacher is the face of Formula One in Germany, with Sky tying up with the racer to promote F1 races in the country.
Ravenol is a global lubricant manufacturer. It tied up with Mick Schumacher in 2020. However, this partnership did not continue once Schumacher made it to Formula 1.
SSI Schaefer builds products and systems for intra-company material flows and waste engineering. Based in Charlotte, North California, SSI Schaefer became a sponsor for Mick Schumacher for the 2021 F1 season, a partnership that did not carry on beyond the season.