Harrison Newey, the young British driver is currently looking forward to the next 2 rounds of MRF Challenge in India in New Delhi and Chennai.
Dubai: Mick might have been tentative to use his second name Schumacher primarily in his career, owed to his legendary dad Michael Schumacher, but for one more star child on the path, Harrison Newey being the son of well-known Formula One engineer, Adrian Newey isn’t much of a concern.
“I just want to make my own name. Certainly, I know Mick wasn’t expending the Schumacher name primarily. His dad has raced all over the world and is more prominent. In my case it is diverse, there are additional advantages rather drawbacks. It aids you get sponsors and at the close of the day each driver is on track with the similar equipment is trying to do as decent the job as they can,” said the 18years old British driver.
Harrison’s vision is to make his dent in F1
“My dream to race in F1, continuously has been from my young age. I have not made any plans how to survive there. I simply want to go preeminent in every single series and expectantly I will get the chance if I am worthy enough to drive one,” he told.
“After concluding second in the F4 in my 1st year, I had some up and downs in 2016 in F3. I am seriously looking forward currently to a better next season,” he told. The young British driver is currently looking forward to the next 2 rounds of MRF Challenge in India which will be organized at New Delhi and Chennai.
“I sprinted in Chennai previous year through the last round of MRF Challenge. I have certainly not raced in Delhi, I was just concentrating on doing the finest job in Dubai now I can make for Delhi,” he told.