Ralf Schumacher relies on Audi for his return to Germany – sports news from Braunschweig

Ralf Schumacher is torn at the Formula 1 classic in Monaco. “Yeah,” he answered when asked whether an ex-pilot’s hands and feet tingled a little more in the Principality than on other routes.

“Of course Monaco was always a challenge. As a driver, it’s a great track, you can’t make any mistakes here,” said the now 47-year-old of the German Press Agency. However, the expert from the Sky TV channel added: “On the other hand, as a viewer or commentator, I find the topic of overtaking difficult.”

At least that’s not what matters in the qualification (4 p.m. / Sky). The races on the narrow and only 3.337 kilometer long track can be correspondingly monotonous. Ralf Schumacher does not currently see any opportunities to make major changes to the route. “I didn’t know that there would be enough space, it’s all built up. I think the will would be there,” he said.

The future of the route after the end of the contract in two years is open. Especially in view of the strong competition from the USA and the Arab world.

Formula 1 last drove in Germany in 2020

The question is how Europe will develop, said Ralf Schumacher when asked who rather owns the future: Miami, where it was driven three weeks ago, or Monaco, where the Grand Prix is ​​due on Sunday (3 p.m. / Sky). “We have a lot of political issues at the moment. Formula 1 wants to be sustainable by 2030, but is that fast enough at the pace that is being presented in Europe. The trend is currently towards the Middle East and America. I would almost say it’s something we have to adjust to, whether we want it or not.”

The former driver is “a bit” pinning his hopes on a return of the top motorsport class to Germany in Audi. “It will be a pure works team.” The Ingolstadt carmaker will join in 2026. Formula 1 drove in Germany for the last time in October 2020. The Nürburgring jumped in during the corona pandemic. The year before, the premier class stopped at the Hockenheimring.

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