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“The best thing I could say is for everybody to have a look at it, just watch it and experience it for themselves because I don’t really want to, let’s say, spoil too much,” he added.
Mick drove his father’s Jordan 191 – the car in which Michael made his debut – at Silverstone in July but is readying to drive for Haas in the Belgian Grand Prix this weekend having achieved success here in junior formulae.
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That success, plus Michael’s own history at Spa, has left Mick salivating over his Spa F1 debut: “[Not] just because of the history of my dad but also I’ve had a few good races here. I’ve had my first pole position, my first race win in 2018 here with F3, which then became a streak of muiltiple race wins so definitely, yes, it’s a track that I enjoy a lot and I enjoy a lot coming back close to home.
“A lot of fans come here to support me for numerous years now so yes, it’s a great place,” concluded the German rookie driver.