Mick Schumacher

According to his team, Haas driver Mick Schumacher is “physically okay” following his high-impact qualifying incident at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Despite this, Haas has announced that after the shunt, the German will not compete in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix again.

After losing the back end of his Haas VF-22 after going over the curbs in Q2, Schumacher spun severely into the wall, causing major damage to his vehicle.

Mick Schumacher Is Uninjured

Mick Schumacher will not compete in Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix following a horrific collision in qualifying on Saturday night at Jeddah’s high-speed street track. During qualifying for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher’s son wrecked his Haas vehicle at 240 km/h.

With Mick Schumacher ruled out of Sunday’s race, Haas has announced that they would only run one car, with the team’s hopes riding on Kevin Magnussen of Denmark. In a statement, Haas stated, “Schumacher was evacuated to the trackside medical facility following a major crash at Turn 12.”

As a result, the team has decided to compete in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix with Kevin Magnussen as the lone driver.”

After a big crash in qualifying, Mick Schumacher will miss the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. After losing control of his Haas vehicle upon missing a curb, Schumacher crashed against the Jeddah street circuit barrier at roughly 240kph in his second season in F1.

Medics arrived promptly and lifted him from the wreckage of his damaged vehicle onto an ambulance. Meanwhile, Sergio Perez of Red Bull secured his first-ever Formula One pole position on his 215th try. After qualifying fourth behind the other Ferrari of Carlos Sainz, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc joins Perez on the first row, with Verstappen on the second row.