Michael Schumacher and Mick Schumacher

Following three nail-biting Drive To Survive seasons, Netflix is all set to launch their next documentary as a treat for Formula 1 fans.

The documentary will provide info on the life and career of F1 legend and seven-time world champion, Michael Schumacher.

The film will also feature never-seen-before interviews and archival material of the most famous personality in F1.

Some of the prominent names to feature in the film include FIA President and former Ferrari team principal Jean Todt, former Benetton team boss Flavio Briatore, former F1 supremo, Bernie Ecclestone, among others.

We can also expect glimpses of Schumacher’s rivals Damon Hill, Mika Hakkinen, and David Coulthard.

Schumacher’s son and current Haas driver, Mick, talked about his role in the film during a recent interview.

The young German also gave a slight teaser of the upcoming film.

What did Mick say?

Mick was asked about the part he played in the film during a recent interview.

“I will be part of it, I was interviewed for it, yes,” he stated.

“I think there’s lots to look forward to I think it’s a very special documentary and I think it’s going to be emotional for everyone who watches it,” said Mick.

He also revealed that he has already seen parts of the documentary already. It seems that the young rookie is happy with how things are going in the film.

The complete film will be released on 15th September and will be available on Netflix.

Binotto suggests Mick should continue with Haas

Mick Schumacher has been having a grand time during his rookie debut with Haas so far. The young German has consistently outperformed his teammate, Nikita Mazepin.

As the paddock heads for the summer break, there are rumors afloat that Mick might be leaving Haas for the upcoming season.

The front-runner for Mick seems to be Alfa Romeo according to these rumors.

However, Scuderia Ferrari’s team boss, Mattia Binotto thinks that Mick, a Ferrari Academy graduate, should continue with Haas for the moment.

“Mick Schumacher’s first season is a learning one, without pressure, and we’re talking with Haas to confirm him there,” said Mattia Binotto.

“Giovinazzi remains our reserve driver… he’s growing every year and I hope he can stay at Alfa, he deserves it,” Binotto concluded.

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