Funny how some Bloke with the last name Schumacher stole the Spotlight away from even Fernando, Ci!
By now you're well aware of the fact that Mick Schumacher, son of the legendous Seven-times F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher has made his Formula 1 Debut at the Bahrain Grand Prix Post-race Test, April 2-3.
With the younger Schuey' making even more noise by making his F1 Debut behind the wheel of the Prancing Horse's latest challenger, the Scuderia Ferrari SF90 vs. thou return of Fredrico Suave', aka Fred Alonso doing 2020 Tyre testing for Pirelli behind the wheel of a current McLaren chassis.
As Schumacher Jnr acquitted himself quite nicely driving for la Scuderia, finishing P2 on the first Day's Timesheets, beaten only by another racing prodigy, now known here in Nofendersville as Maximus Hothead', aka Max Verstappen.
Although it's pretty funny that testing was interrupted for 4hrs by Rain, Due to None of the teams opting for having Intermediate or Wet Weather Tyres On-hand, since it Never Rains in the Desert...
Day-2 of testing saw some of Mick's FIA F2 and Euro F3 compatriots joining him in the Fray. With current Formula 2 racers Jack, Not Chet; Hya! Aitken and Nicholas Latifi On-track for le Reggie', nee Renault and Team Willy', aka Williams respectively.
whilst Red Bull Junior team Driver Dan Ticktum, now contesting Japan's Super Nova Series. Who's been a Junior Team member since 2017 finally got his day in thou Limelight, making his Formula 1 Debut for Thee B-I-G BULLZ', aka Red; Err Aston Martin Red Bull Racing on Wednesday, running a Mega 135-laps.
And Thar was another famous Sir-name on hand both days, with Pietro Fittipaldi, Grandson of Two-times F1 World Champion and Double Indianapolis 500 Winner Emerson Fittipaldi, serving as Haas; Uhm, I meant Rich energy Haas F1 Team's Test Driver seeing action at Bahrain.
Yet making the most of his testing opportunity the final day was George Russell, who showed what he's capable of by going P1 in the All conquering "Silver Arrows," which surely was a refreshing change 'O pace from his recalcitrant Williams FW42 mount...