Mike Krack blames Sebastian Vettel’s lost points on “overzealous Mick Schumacher”

Mick Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel collided in the final stages of the Miami GP.

Mike Krack and Mick Schumacher
Mike Krack and Mick Schumacher

Mike Krack, Aston Martin team owner, blames Mick Schumacher for the crash that ended up Sebastian Vettel’s race without points.

Miami Grand Prix’s Lap 53 saw Haas and Aston clashing with each other, and that didn’t end well for both the teams. A lap before the crash Mick when out the track limits using that as an opportunity Seb passed him taking the 8th position. But on the next lap, Mick tried to take back his lost position covering the inside line and got in contact with Seb’s Aston Martin.

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Resulting which Aston Martin having to forcefully retire and Haas with front win damage got into the pits and lost out of points. Avoiding the crash could have got both Aston their valuable world cup points and Mick his first-ever Career points.

And so did Krack blame Schumacher, “He was in ninth place, which would have meant valuable World Cup points,” he predicted. “Unfortunately, Seb then crashed out through no fault of his own due to a collision with the overzealous Schumacher.”

Aston Martin to bring upgrades in future races

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Mike Krack blames Sebastian Vettel's lost points on “overzealous Mick Schumacher" 2

Aston Martin had a pretty decent 2021 season they finished 7th in the table with 77 points and 1 podium. But this season has turned the table for the team with not even managing to get on points. Aston managed to get 5 points out in Imola and 1 point in Miami. They are currently 9th on the table and managing only 6 points until now, this season is going to be a test for them to get over with.

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But lately, there are rumpus of them trying some new upgrades and were going through the wind tunnel for the car performance check. They seem to bring huge upgrades in the next race which will be in Spain as well. The team are constantly trying to bring back the energy to finish ahead in the midfield and might be able to do it.

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