Haas will proceed with Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin as their driver line-up in Formulation 1 subsequent yr.
The transfer, which was at all times the plan after they signed the 2 rookies for 2021, was confirmed earlier than this weekend’s Russian Grand Prix.
Crew principal Gunther Steiner mentioned: “2021 has afforded each drivers the chance to study F1.
“They’ve completed quite a lot of that this yr. However they’ve each embraced the problem.”
Steiner’s remarks are a reference to an up-and-down season for each drivers.
Schumacher, the son of seven-time world champion Michael, has been essentially the most spectacular, persistently faster than Mazepin however has been criticised by the workforce for numerous errors.
Mazepin, in the meantime, has angered Schumacher with some aggressive defensive strikes after they have been racing, and the workforce have needed to sit down with the pair to calm their relationship after a sequence of public disagreements.
The drivers’ activity of their debut season has been made harder by the truth that Haas have comfortably the slowest automobile within the discipline, having chosen to save cash by not growing it earlier than a serious regulation change for 2022 which would require all-new vehicles.
Neither driver has scored some extent up to now.
Schumacher, who’s backed by the Ferrari younger driver programme, mentioned: “By being a part of the Formulation 1 discipline, I’m residing my dream.
“New technical rules, the spectacular ambition of the whole Haas F1 workforce and the help of Ferrari – in fact I imagine this can deliver us nearer to the sphere within the 2022 season and we will struggle for factors. I am wanting ahead to being a part of a workforce that’s getting stronger.”
Mazepin brings important sponsorship to the workforce although his billionaire father’s firm, which is the workforce’s title sponsor.
The Russian mentioned: “I am very excited for subsequent yr, the brand new automobile and easily simply to get the chance with Haas F1 Crew and develop along with them. I believe we’ll come out sturdy subsequent yr.”