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F1 | Canadian GB – Haas, Schumacher: “Unfortunately, I had a great speed”

F1 |  Canadian GB – Haas, Schumacher: “Unfortunately, I had a great speed”

F1 | Canadian GB – Haas, Schumacher: “Unfortunately, I had a great speed”

Mick Schumacher forced to retire from Canadian GP but “The racing speed was excellent“.

Source: @ siteteamhaasf1

Unfortunate Sunday for Team Haas. The American team had good expectations for the Canadian GB given there Special qualifying round on Saturday Kevin Magnussen received the P5 and Mick Schumacher the P6. Expectations on Magnussen, who had damaged his front wing due to contact with Hamilton at Arch 3, faded after a few rounds. Although Dane tries to continue The commissioners forced him to make a bit stop The wing must be replaced for safety reasons. So the bet was compromised as Kevin returned to P19 and ended up at P17.

The biggest Misfortune for Mick Schumacher too Must retire. When Mick crashed his power unit on the 19th lap, Mick was engaged in a good race with Germany’s best view so far. It’s a pity to see that Mick was at full points with a very competitive and balanced car. But the son of art tries to see the glass half-filled, after a hard Grand Prix earlier in the year.

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Schumacher’s words

Mick comments on his race:We were unfortunate, we had a PU problem, This is a real shame as far as the speed of our race is concerned.

The feeling with the car this weekend was great, the racing speed was, which assures us We can play at Silverstone. “

The German finally concludes: “Of course we left Montreal with a bad taste in the mouth. It’s like you make a cake, but you don’t put icing on it. “

Comment by TP Guenther Steiner

Haas Team Principal comments on his team’s unfortunate Sunday: “It is not clear what we wanted today. Kevin’s bet was over when he had to change wings. Mick struggled so hard, he was at full points, but something broke in the PU and he had to retire.

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