Michael Schumacher’s son Mick gets unwanted paddock nickname – ‘He can’t go on like this’

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MICK SCHUMACHER has had a tough begin to the brand new season as he suffered one other accident on the Monaco Grand Prix.

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Mick Schumacher has picked up an undesirable paddock nickname as F1’s ‘crash child’ after the German suffered one other poor weekend in Monaco. His fortunes within the sport thus far have been in full distinction to his father Michael, who earned seven world titles throughout his glittering profession.

The 23-year-old Haas star crashed out after shedding management of his automotive on the quick flip 14 in his second large accident this season. He smashed towards the limitations, splitting the automotive in two and bringing out the crimson flag.

It comes simply months after Schumacher additionally destroyed his automotive throughout qualifying on the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Former F1 star Christian Danner has warned Schumacher runs the danger of shedding religion of group boss Guenther Steiner if he cannot end a race weekend with no collision.

Chatting with Sport1, he mentioned: “He can sustain when it comes to velocity, however issues can’t go on like this with the incidents. He’s inflicting hundreds of thousands in injury, and a group like Haas can spend that cash extra correctly.

READ MORE: Mick Schumacher’s automotive snaps in two with nasty crash at Monaco GP


Michael Schumacher's son Mick gets unwanted paddock nickname - 'He can’t go on like this'

Mick Schumacher crashed out of the Monaco Grand Prix (Picture: Getty / Sky Sports activities F1)

“He wants to seek out the answer for himself – no recommendation would assist him. However he has to complete a race with out incident. Gunther shall be studying the riot act.”

His group was pressured to pay over £750,000 to restore his automotive after the high-speed Saudi Arabia qualifying crash again in March. Alongside his two large crashes this season, the Haas star additionally racked up a powerful restore invoice final season.

It’s estimated he spent round £4million in 2021 as he wanted eight new entrance wings and 9 new suspensions. It’s seemingly the group may also should splash the money to get the automotive prepared for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in just below two weeks time.

Schumacher’s big accidents this season come after F1 groups are beneath rising pressure as a part of new finances cap laws. Guenther Steiner hit again at Schumacher after his crash yesterday, claiming it was not okay for the German to maintain having large crashes.

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Michael Schumacher's son Mick gets unwanted paddock nickname - 'He can’t go on like this'

Mick Schumacher has now had two main accidents this season (Picture: Getty)

He mentioned: “With Mick we clearly noticed what occurred. It’s not very passable having an enormous crash once more. We have to see how we transfer ahead from right here.”

Schumacher was tremendous to stroll again to the paddock after yesterday’s high-speed crash regardless of the sickening scene because the rear finish got here aside from the cockpit.

The Haas star defined: “Clearly it’s very annoying. I believe when it comes to tempo we had been positively there, it’s only a matter of preserving it on monitor, and sadly I wasn’t in a position to try this. The tempo felt sturdy, and it felt like we had been in a position to assault and push.

“We simply ended up being a little bit too large, which is possibly a matter of 10cm on the finish, and that was sufficient to lose all grip that you just thought you had. And sadly the result’s because it occurred.”


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