Mick Schumacher says he has no problem with people comparing him to father Michael as he prepares for a Formula Two debut in Bahrain next week.
The 19-year-old German is already part of the seven-times world champion's old Formula One team Ferrari, having joined their driver academy in January.
One rung below Formula One, he won the European F3 title last year.
"Being compared to my father was never a problem for me. It is pretty simple," he said in a video released by his Prema team, who won the 2017 F2 title with current Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc.
"Being compared to the best driver in F1 history is the goal you want to achieve and to have that as my idol and my father is something very special," he added.