The Japanese Grand Prix will return this weekend for the first time since 2019, the year in which the last race was held in the Far East before the suspension for the COVID-19 emergency. With the return to the calendar three seasons later, the 2022 edition will be the first ever for Mick Schumacher in Formula 1, with the German driver who decided to celebrate this event with a livery special of one’s own helmet.
At Suzuka, in fact, the number 47 of the Haas will compete with the Cherry blossoms drawn by hand, with the latter representing one of the many symbols of Japanese culture. With a white-blue base color that depicts the sky, there are then the branches and flowers scattered over the entire surface of the helmet.
– Mick Schumacher (@SchumacherMick) October 6, 2022
Schumacher, who detailed this particular livery on his profile Twittercommented on his idea: “We are here in Japan on a special circuit, and consequently I thought of a special helmet – has explained – obviously it’s very different from my traditional helmet, with the hand drawn cherry blossoms that ended up looking gorgeous, and I’m very happy with that. I hope it brings me luck and allow me to get some points ”.
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