Off the track ...
... and onto the road. Hang on. Mick Schumacher might be one of the talented pilots competing in the Formula 3 European Championship but there are no exceptions for him either – no driving test, no licence. A racing driver in driving school – pretty unusual.
Even more so when #QuickMick takes on a starring role in a car comedy in which the Munich comedian Harry G plays the driving instructor and a Mercedes-AMG A 45 4MATIC is the learner’s car. A recipe for success? “Fahrschule Furious” is written on the car and the name says it all.
|Mercedes-AMG A 45 4MATIC:|
|Fuel consumption combined: 7.3–6.9 l/100 km;|
|combined CO2 emissions: 171–162 g/km.*|
In presumably the world’s fastest driving school, the plot involves five lessons on the way to getting a driving licence, and cameras film all the action. Each episode has an adventure in store for #QuickMick – at the end stands the big question: How well will the 18-year old racing driver do in his test?
Driving fun taken literally.
Mick Schumacher masters most of the ordeals with amazing ease, often with a wink in his eye – and with a little help from some famous names. The reigning Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg is also on the starting line, safety car driver Bernd Mayländer has an unusual job to do, football World Cup winner Mesut Özil becomes an active assistant, Linkin Park provides the music. Driving fun taken literally.