Mick Schumacher said waiting to drive his father’s Ferrari F2004 around the German Grand Prix track in Hockenheim was “torture” for him.
The Formula 2 driver, driving it for the first time, took to the track in the car that won Michael Schumacher a World Championship in 2004, doing three full laps of the circuit.
“I just wanted to go out and I just wanted to drive,” said Schumacher to Motorsport.com.
“Obviously having to wait, even in front of the pit exit, was more like torture. I just wanted to turn [the lights] myself and go out.
“To be able to drive the V10, and feel how that one behaved and sounded, was something very special.
“People asked me if I could hear them but I said that the V10 engine was a bit loud, so it was hard for me to hear them.”
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