WATCH: Terrible and massive crash for Mick Schumacher brings out second red flag in Saudi Arabia GP Qualifying

Just when things were going well for Haas, Mick Schumacher crashes out of qualifying

Mick Schumacher crashes out of qualifying
Mick Schumacher crashes out of qualifying

Haas made an impressive start to the qualifying session in Saudi Arabia but it hasn’t gone all perfect for them as Mick Schumacher suffers a huge crash. That was a real bad one as the driver was going full throttle but just lost control of the car in one of the corners. That would have been a painful one for both Mick Schumacher and Haas team principal Guenther Steiner.

This round of qualifying continues to shock us. Starting from Lewis Hamilton not able to make it out of Q1 and now this huge Mick Schumacher crash. Just when Haas look set to go into Q3 with both drivers looking solid, this happens. This would be a painful one to take for Mick Schumacher as he looked impressive.

Mick Schumacher looked in cruise control in the first session of the qualifying. The Haas driver was able to make it out of Q1 without hurting his tyres that much and Haas would have definitely wanted him carry on with the same pace that he showed in Q1. But sadly for him, it didn’t end for him the way he wanted to.

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Just when things were going well for Haas, Mick Schumacher crashes out of qualifying

Mick Schumacher
Mick Schumacher

The driver made a solid start to Q2 and went on to secure P9. But all of that tumbling down as he crashed out of qualifying as he suffered a nerve wracking crash. It has been the best of starts to his season keeping in mind that his team mate finished P5 at the Bahrain GP.

But Team Principal Guenther Steiner has shown faith in hi. After the Bahrain GP, he said, “Not the perfect day today but I think we can recoup tomorrow if we have a good day, it’s just that it could’ve gone better. Kevin had too many technical issues with the car but we’re working on it and will sort them out. Mick did a good, solid job.” As reported by thecheckeredflag.

Mick Schumacher would have wanted to build on the half decent start that he had to the season but all the hopes came tumbling down. Let’s hope that he is fine and fit enough to make it to tomorrow’s race.

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