Following haas driver Mick Schumacher’s Second $1M wreck of the season, claims F1 journalist Joe Saward, Haas “I probably would have wished for a different driver next year” but Ferrari may have the last word. Schumacher, still looking for his first F1 World Championship point, collided in the pool portion of the Monaco Grand Prix.
He went off the road and hit the roadblock after going off the line “10 centimetres”, according to him, before the pressures of the accident sent him around the circuit and split his car in half at the exit. He was unharmed, but Haas’ output wasn’t so lucky.
According to Saward’s weekly newsletter, Schumacher’s are serious accidents “At least for Haas, and there’s talk of it probably wanting a different driver next year, although Ferrari does have a say.” When it comes to 50 percent of Haas’ line, Ferrari has ultimate authority, with Schumacher being a Scuderia-backed driver.
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Possible replacement for Mick Schumacher at Haas
If they agree that the German’s days are numbered even though he has now completed 28 races in his F1 career and is yet to score a point, Ferrari’s academy prospects are minimal as the team has a lone junior in missing from Formula 2 In Formula 3 they have Arthur Leclerc and Oliver Bearman but this is a big step in the world of racing.
They parted ways with Marcus Armstrong and Callum Ilott at the end of last season, although the latter reportedly took a year off from the academy. Schumacher, on the other hand, is expected to join Aston Martin next season.
The 23-year-old is apparently set to replace Sebastian Vettel if the German retires from Formula 1. “There is a rumor going around in Monaco that Mick’s people are now looking at other options for the future and that Aston Martin could be a good choice for him because he’s German, younger and less hairy than Sebastian Vettel and he’s not too fast for Lance. ” concluded Saward.
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