The Prem Racing team, for which Mick Schumacher races in the Formula 2 Championships, are convinced that the premier victory Schumacher achieved in Hungary can result in a resurgence as the season progresses.
Mick Schumacher eliminated all competition in the sprint race for the Hungarian GP and celebrated his first Formula 2 win. to the finish line. Schumacher was the closest to Carlin Nobuharu Matsushita, and Sette Camara was third.
Team boss Rene Rosin is convinced that Schumacher's premiere victory in F2 can be groundbreaking:
“I think this victory can be a big break point. Mick's victory in Hungary has been a great relief for the whole team and at the same time a great reward for his work so far. The first half of the season is difficult for us, in which we did not achieve the expected results, but at the same time we ran out of luck. Winning the Hungaroring is a nice trip to continue the season and we will try to beat the competition again in Spa. ”