Mick Schumacher feels safe in the deserts of Bahrain's desert.
He'll be a few days for his 20-year-old boy at Formula One, Michael Schumacher, to hit the first F2 on Saturday for the first Formula One show for Ferrari.
It is hoped that Schumacher will be able to see him again in Ferrari's famous red car and have inspired him.
"Certainly there will be feelings," he said.
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Five of the F1 successful titles recorded at Ferrari were released from 2000-04. His father, aged 50, is also listed as an F1 prize with 91.
The Schumacher young said he is "absolutely confident" that he can cope with the pressure and feel that he is "absolutely ready 100 percent ready".
One of his father's trademarks as a driver of the indoor confidence could not enter. They look also strong and lively.
Grazing was carried out in December 2013 when a father fell and hit the right side of his head on a rock, splitting the helmet.
Doctors worked to remove blood glands from the brain, but some were left because they were too hidden.
Schumacher's situation followed a deal with drugs, from which he came out. But his health update has been scarce since he left the hospital in September 2014 to receive care in private at his home Switzerland with Lake Geneva.
Strangely, speaking about his father is a very sensitive thing. Although he spoke quietly and in tunedness, the feeling was clear in his voice when he was coping with his father's impact as a young racer.
"I would not be the man I am now if it was not for him," said Schumacher, speaking to reporters in F2. "It's a difficult question. Of course it is part of me, it's my son. My father is and I'm happy. This is the best thing ever in F1, [which is] something I look up. I am happy to be my father. "
Two years ago, the young Schumacher's shinty which showed evidence in a F1 of Benetton model B194 and his father switched to the first of his seven competitions in 1994.
Schumacher knew that he wanted to follow him in his father's footsteps.
"In fact, we talked about a number of points in karting. It helped me a lot on the way," said Schumacher. “Driving to karts, I said that was what I wanted to do. That is what I want to do professionally, as a career and as a job.
"So it quickly began to take it up and we worked it out. It went very quickly to karting."
If it does well this quarter, it is possible to be in F1 next year.
Charles Leclerc just entered F1 after winning his F2 title in 2017 and, after one F1 season with the Alpha Romeo Sauber, this 21-year-old driver from Monaco received the famous Ferrari seat this year.
Father and sons in F1 aren't uncommon, but some are rare.
In F1's title by Nico Rosberg with Mercedes in 2016, he was only the second son of the F1 winner to do himself. He followed in the steps of Keke Rosberg, supporter of 1982 F1. The others are Graham Hill (62 and 68) and Damon Hill ('96'). The Villeneuves came close to doing it: Gilles finished in the second place in 79 and his son Jacques won it in 97.
When Schumacher won last year's F3 European Championship, he progressed it to F2 and encouraged a profit that it could be in F1 by 2020.
But seeing him as a F1 driver with Ferrari still feels very far away.
"We must wait until he is there for that," said Schumacher. “It is obvious that the news is very exciting [about the test]. But now I have a focus on F2. "