The son of Michael Schumacher, Mick, was crowned the 2018 Formula 3 champion on Saturday (13th October).
Mick Schumacher achieved the feat with a race to spare after finishing second in race two in Hockenheim, with Juri Vips winning after starting in pole position.
Schumacher, who is the son of the seven times Formula One world champion, Michael, went into the weekend's races with a 49-point lead over nearest rival, Dan Ticktum, and had to avoid dropping just 15 points to the Red Bull driver in order to seal the title.
With the German starting second on the grid and Ticktum back in 15th, the title was Schumacher's to lose and although he did not claim the race victory, he it was still a fairly routine outing to win the championship.
After beginning proceedings in second, Schumacher made an initial assault, but eventually settled for second knowing Ticktum was a safe distance behind.
In the first race in Hockenheim, Schumacher didn't get off to the best of starts when he collided with his team-mate, Marcus Armstrong, leading to a finish in 12th, while Ticktum came fifth.