Cows and tigers in Formula 1: What makes N. Mazepin different?

Formula 1 N. Mazepin different
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Nikita Mazepin and his Instagram Story 'question has exhausted, but in an unpredictable way. Although all investigations have been conducted behind closed doors and social media is quiet for the time being, Nikita Mazepin is still a sore thumb among F1 2021 drivers. Alpha Tauri team principal Franz Tost recently made it clear that Nikita Mazepin has to work 500% to prove his Haas F1 team's place. "You can't make a tiger out of a cow" - Franz Tost comments in a recent interview. Cows and tigers in Formula 1, what makes Nikita Mazepin different?

Tigers in Formula 1.

Franz Tost has made a very clear comment, because most young drivers who enter Formula 1 look like tigers. They motivate themselves for the race successes and know their value as in Instagram as in real life. For younger tigers no separation of races and life. Formula 1 racing is their life. Only a while later, the experienced S. Vettel can afford to say that there are other entertainment options in his life, but it is unlikely that he thought so when he began his F1 career.

Today Yuki Tsunoda has told the whole motorsport world that he is very serious about F1 2021 season and is ready to show the maximum at the first Grand Prix. Pierre Gasly is not a rookie, but the French F1 driver is preparing for the start of the season. Nikita Mazepin's team-mate Mick Schumacher is also preparing for the start.
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What makes N. Mazepin different?

Formula 1 racing is life.

Now is the time to prepare for the race: physically, mentally and mentally the drivers are gradually adapting to their combat mode. It is part of the image or part of life - no matter. F1 fanatics don't see what a Russian driver does, they don't know what dumbbells he lifts and what neck gymnastics he does. All that is known is that the Haas F1 team underwent a seat adjustment. F1 fans don't see a passionate desire to live to the rhythm of Formula 1 for the first time in his live. Because F1 it's the rhythm of the live and secondly money, girls and cars.

F1 driver's reputation

The reputation inf starting a Formula 1 career is fading as fast as it is of enormous value at the moment, so Lewis Hamilton can afford to delay his contract with Mercedes many times over. Yuki Tsunoda's reputation as a racing driver is probably not entirely clear, but he is motivated to be a better one than Pierre Gasly. Nikita Mazepin 's reputation in F2 gets more questions than answers from his Haas F1 seat. He is famous for his cruelty to rivals on the track. Sometimes his driving goes beyond the scope of understanding civilized racing, but that is precisely why Mazepine has many fans, especially in Russia. 

The reputation of a person who is "on the edge" can enrich the Formula 1' show or make a fool of him, who is laughed at but not taken seriously by anyone. Mick Schumacher, by the way, is the complete opposite of Mazepin. That is why Franz Tost chose the word "cow" out of a million others.

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The paradox of the money question. 

Although Lance Stroll might stand out as the son of Laurence Stroll with a well-done financial support, nobody can say that it is. Having such relationships and influence, Lance Stroll has modesty same time. However, when we think of Nikita Mazepin, we think of money first. Someone immediately remembers the income Haas F1 received from the contract with the Russian driver, someone is surprised at how quickly the problem was resolved with his Instagram Story scandal. How quickly he gets away with everything! Another Russian driver, Robert Schwartzman, had more rights to a seat at Haas, but less money and influence from his parents. Despite his driving experience and a more positive reputation, he will not become a F1 driver. 

These three components make Nikita Mazepin a different and roughly speaking a cow and not a tiger. Nikita will have a very hard time because his image is already fixed in the minds of fans and in the paddock of Formula One. But that is not decisive, the reputation can be improved and it can be done in a way - to racing with excellent results in Grand Prixes, which will justify all its gaps.

Taisiya Lavi

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