Amidst the current condition of F1 legend Michael Schumacher, his son, Mick has proven that his legacy lives on as he follows his father's footsteps in winning at the Italian F4 Championship.
The 17-year-old racer represented the Prema Powerteam and grabbed the top position together with his teammates. Other racers who also performed well at the Italian F4 championship are Juri Vips, Giuliano Raucci and Diego Bertonelli.
According to reports, Mick has been busy on training as he participated in the ADAC and Italian F4 championship.
"I will not be rushed and will not only have an eye for the quick results. Instead I will be working on myself constantly and focused. Racing is an extremely complex sport. This makes it difficult and at the same time really fascinating. Racing is what I dream of. Actually, racing is constantly on my mind. It's exhausting, it's difficult, it's challenging, it's complicated. It's simply awesome," the young Schumacher revealed.
Being the son of one of the biggest names in F1 history, fans are expecting a lot from Mick. And the teenager is not one to give up to pressure easily. He has won numerous races in the past including two races in the Italian F4 at Misano and already completed 10th overall in the German championship.
Michael and Mick Schumacher both share the same passion in racing, thus making it a perfect father and son bonding between the two. As young as three years old, Mick already witnessed his father's legacy in racing.
The unfortunate event that changed the lives of the Schumacher family was witnessed by Mick firsthand. He was skiing with his father on that ill-fated day when the 47-year-old German racer fell and hit his head on a rock in the French Alps.
Meanwhile, Michael Schumacher's condition remains to be unclear as his family asked for privacy during this trying time.