Mick Schumacher feels he has a lot to learn following a tricky weekend in Imola. The Haas driver particularly struggled to get to grips with the wet conditions at the beginning of the race.
Schumacher crashed under the first safety car but kept it clean after that incident to finish in 16th, the same position as the season-opening Bahrain GP.
"[The wet conditions] it's crazy. It's very hard to understand for people, how it affects the grip," Schumacher told RacingNews365.com and other select members of the press.
"It's not like in the road car where if you drive in the wet or the dry. It's like, you drive on hot conditions, and suddenly you drive on ice. There's no grip at all whatsoever so it's very tough.
"It's something that I have to learn. Definitely the team's fully behind my back and giving me all the information I need to learn those things but at the end also something you have to feel,
"The only chances for me to be able to be able to gain a few positions would be at the beginning of the safety car restart because that was going to be the wettest part of of the whole race. I think in general lots learned and lots of positives and to take to the next race weekend."