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Ex-Team Boss Denies Mick Schumacher’s Championship-Winning Car Was ‘Illegal'

The car which Mick Schumacher drove during his 2018 FIA Formula Three European Championship-winning campaign was entirely legal, according to Rene Rosin, team principal of the Italy-based Prema Powerteam. Follow us on Google News to never miss an F1 story! In 2017, Schumacher finished his maiden season in F3 12th in the standings, making him the lowest finisher of all four Prema drivers. He stayed with the team for the following year, and after a slow start to the season which saw him not record his first win until around the mid-way point, he dominated the second half of the 2018 campaign. His exceptionally strong second half to the season meant he was crowned champion by a margin of 57...
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