Mick Schumacher will take to Mugello in his father Michael’s Ferrari F2004 before the start of the Tuscan Grand Prix this weekend.
Ferrari is celebrating its 1000th race start at one of its three home races this year, with Mugello and Imola joining Monza on the revised schedule.
As part of the festivities, it will run a darker red livery that resembles a colour scheme used by the Italian marque in 1950, the first year that Formula 1 held a World Championship.
On Sunday, Schumacher will take out the F2004 for a parade lap around the Mugello, commemorating Ferrari’s most successful F1 car, which was originally driven by its most triumphant driver.
Mick drove the famous car before, driving it around the Hockenheim circuit last year prior to lights out at the German Grand Prix.
As well as his duties behind the wheel of the legendary F1 car, Mick will race in Formula 2 this weekend as he goes in chase of the 2020 title.