In the British Grand Prix, Mick Schumacher has scored his first points performance, but when was the last time his father Michael scored points in the series?
Mick Schumacher has finally scored his first points in Formula One after a mediocre season, including splitting two cars in half in Saudi Arabia and Monaco.
The Haas driver silenced his critics for the first time in a thrilling British GP, going wheel-to-wheel with world champion Max Verstappen.
Mick has just started his 31st grand prix, but finally has points on the board.
When did Michael Schumacher's father Michael Schumacher scored points in Formula One? And when did he scored his first?
Mick Schumacher's maiden Formula One podium
After failing in wet conditions in qualifying, Schumacher started the British GP in 19th place.
Only 17 cars restarted after the terrible accident for Zhou Guanyu, George Russell, and Alex Albon.
Esteban Ocon was sent out late on due to a fuel pump malfunction, which triggered the safety vehicle.
Schumacher had risen to the top of the points by this stage, and was on the verge of his first point finish in the series.
Although Verstappen managed to hold his ground in the hobbled Red Bull, he even pushed him in the closing stages.
Mick Schumacher scored his first F1 points with an eighth-place finish, bringing him four points.
DOUBLE POINTS, DOUBLE POINTS!!!!We havewaited nearly three years to announce that P8 Mick and P10 Kevin #HaasF1 #BritishGP pic.twitter.com/bmzpEx5ecV
What does Michael have to say?
Schumacher has accumulated points in F1 for the first time in over ten years, with Michaels the last race in the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix.
The old Reinmeister got the Mercedes in P6 late on, but waved Sebastian Vettel through to take the position and win the world championship.
Michael Schumacher finished seventh on the day.
In the 1991 Italian Grand Prix, Benneton's second victory and his second with the company now Alpine.