Both are playing their first World Cup in the top flight with the weakest team on the grid, as it is the only one who has not managed to score throughout the season.
Despite this lack of results, Schumacher explained that this season is being “very exciting and instructive”. “I am sure that next year I will be able to contribute all the experience that I have acquired. I am looking forward to being part of a team that is getting stronger and I will do everything possible to continue progressing,” he promised in a statement.
In the same vein, his colleague Mazepin expressed himself, with whom he has maintained several collisions on the asphalt this year. “I am very excited for next year, for the new car and for having the opportunity to continue growing together with the Haas team. I believe that next year we will come out strong,” he said.