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Mick: Michael-style team rebuild far less likely for drivers

Mick Schumacher thinks it's difficult for any driver to 'make big differences' in building a team in the style of father Michael, as the field is closer together overall in the modern day. The seven-time World Champion moved from Benetton to Ferrari in the hope of bringing the Scuderia back to the front of the grid, and he won his first title with the team in his fifth season there – with the Italian team having gone through a lean period in terms of major success. Mick, who has now completed his rookie season at Haas, was asked if it's possible for a similar scenario to occur again, where a driver can be a catalyst in moving a team forward. The youngster hopes that teams can move...
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