Mick Schumacher has finally undergone his seat fit at Haas after completing his mandatory quarantine period in England.
Schumacher is one of three rookies on the Formula 1 grid this year alongside AlphaTauri driver Yuki Tsunoda and Haas team-mate Nikita Mazepin. The German graduated as the champion of feeder series F2.
Mazepin underwent his seat fit on Wednesday while Schumacher was stuck in quarantine but the 21-year old has now had his chance to get comfortable in the VF-21.
Speaking in a video on social media, Schumacher said: "I'm here at the factory, I thankfully got the chance to come here now. The seat fit is done.
"I got to meet all the guys again which was great after seeing them before Christmas last time. I'm happy to be here and finally getting close to getting back into the car so I'm really looking forward to that."
On the same day Mazepin visited the factory, Schumacher shared images of his quarantine work out routine as he begins to gear up for the three-day pre-season test in Bahrain which will take place between March 12-14.
The opening race of the season will take place at the same venue two weeks later on March 28.
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