Ferrari door is \u2018always open\u2019 to Mick Schumacher\r\n\r\nFerrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says "the door at Maranello is always open" for Mick Schumacher but feels the decision remains with the Schumacher family\r\nFerrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says the possibility of signing Mick Schumacher as a future Formula 1 driver \u2018is always open\u2019, but feels the decision remains with the Schumacher family given his father\u2019s legacy at the team.\r\nSchumacher gained legendary F1\u00a0status with Ferrari by sealing five world drivers\u2019 titles and six world constructors\u2019 championships during his time racing for the Italian manufacturer.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nFollowing his son Mick\u2019s recent rise in the European Formula 3 championship, with the 19-year-old fighting for the drivers\u2019 title after taking six wins from the past ten races, rumours have intensified linking Schumacher to a move into the F1 paddock in 2019.\r\nFerrari team boss Arrivabene says he would not turn down an approach for Schumacher but feels it\u2019s a decision which his family would make with \u2018the door at Maranello always open\u2019.\r\n\u201cConcerning Mick Schumacher, the most important thing is to let him grow without giving pressure,\u201d Arrivabene said. \u201cThe recent results were very, very good and I wish to him a great career.\r\n\u201cWith a name like this, that wrote the historical pages of the Ferrari history, I think the door at Maranello is always open of course, but it is a Schumacher family decision.\r\n\u201cLet the guys have fun. I always repeat this [to young drivers] to be focused, concentrated but at the same time have fun and to grow up slowly but certainly. Then we will see about the future. How can you say no, in Maranello, to a name like this?\u201d\r\nSchumacher currently competes for Prema Powerteam in Euro F3, a team known for close links to the Ferrari Driver Academy, while recent graduate\u00a0Charles Leclerc\u00a0will step up to the Ferrari F1 team from 2019 in a swap with\u00a0Kimi Raikkonen\u00a0heading to Alfa Romeo Sauber.\r\nMick Schumacher recently attended the F1 Italian Grand Prix as a guest of Ferrari at\u00a0Monza.