Mick Schumacher happy F1 is becoming ‘more American’ despite Miami Grand Prix backlash

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THE INAUGURAL Miami Grand Prix weekend takes place this Sunday from Could 6-8, one in every of two American F1 races this season.

Mick Schumacher happy F1 is becoming 'more American' despite Miami Grand Prix backlash

Mick Schumacher is happy for F1 to carry a race in Miami. (Picture: GETTY)

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Haas driver Mick Schumacher is pleased for F1 so as to add extra American races to the calendar regardless of the backlash over this week’s Miami Grand Prix. The game will go to the Laborious Rock Stadium for the primary time this weekend after it was added to the schedule, alongside the US Grand Prix in Texas. Moreover, it has been confirmed that in 2023, a race in Las Vegas may even be launched.

The build-up to Miami’s huge debut has been stricken by discontent although. Final month, residents in Florida took authorized motion in a bid to cease the occasion going forward, citing ‘noise air pollution’, just for their case to be dismissed by a decide to the reduction of F1 bosses.

There was then the specter of additional chaos when new FIA race administrators, Eduardo Freitas and Niels Wittich, each examined constructive for Covid-19 and have been thought of main doubts to journey. It even led to some F1 followers to name for the return of Michael Masi, who was sacked amid the controversial end to final season’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

And to compound all of it, there was ridicule over the faux marina constructed by organisers particularly for the race weekend. They’ve positioned a fleet of gorgeous yachts on high of flooring dressed to appear to be water – with many hitting out on-line on what they really feel is a ridiculous addition.

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Mick Schumacher happy F1 is becoming 'more American' despite Miami Grand Prix backlash

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None of this appears to have affected the mindset of Schumacher although, who continues to be looking for his first F1 level of 2022: “I haven’t pushed the monitor so it’s troublesome to say what the highlights are going to be and what it’s going to be like, however an American race is at all times enjoyable,” he mentioned. There’s at all times loads of present, there are at all times celebrities that come who you wouldn’t get the chance to fulfill in any other case and it’s good to have the entire present broadcast.

“I feel it’s nice that we’re changing into increasingly American in some methods as a result of I feel the followers are nice and I get pleasure from myself each time I’m going. I’m enthusiastic about racing there increasingly sooner or later.”

Mick Schumacher happy F1 is becoming 'more American' despite Miami Grand Prix backlash

Schumacher in dialogue with Lewis Hamilton. (Picture: GETTY)

Schumacher’s level about celebrities definitely appears set to ring true in Miami, with LeBron James, Michael Jordan and seven-time Tremendous Bowl champion Tom Brady all reportedly on the visitor checklist. David Beckham, and Serena and Venus Williams are additionally tipped to attend.

A weekend ticket for followers prices £875 – whereas a day cross begins at roughly £480. If they’re nonetheless obtainable, the hospitality packages begin from £3,800.


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