Mick Schumacher said he wasn’t disappointed at all that he had yet to score a point in Formula 1. At this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix he could have done so, but collided with Alonso at the start, then slashed halfway through wet grass in The second and third corner sets and lost more position. So at Imola, the scoring opportunity for Haas pilot was smoked again.
Mick Schumacher thinks his luck will turn to Haas after German driver Imola was left empty-handed after another unfortunate race.
Kevin Magnussen scored the third point (in four races) for the team, with Schumacher crawling home in 17th after falling from the 10th start to the end of the field after the first lap.
The start wasn’t great, which made everything too difficult. Mick Schumacher told the media, including RacingNews365.comAfter they waved the race.
In general, the duel on Bends 2 and 3 was very close. I think there were quite a few cars right next to each other and I had racing machines spinning in front of me as well. It would never make your job easier if I started so badly, and unfortunately, half a turn has put me in a lot of positions.”
Where could Schumacher do it?
His teammate Kevin Magnussen has once again demonstrated the power of VF-22 and consistently brings points to the US as one of the season’s success stories. Schumacher was asked if a possible scoring place was in his race, and he replied, “Sure. I think we have the speed to be near 10th.”
The German said positively about this year’s Haas car.
I don’t think this is the first time we’ve had the chance to score; I think we would have had it a few times this year. The only problem was that the fight was too fierce and tight in bends 2 and 3. I probably risked too much after a really bad start to get my lost spot back.From now on it doesn’t matter what happens, all you can do is try to get back to your lost position. For Schumacher, it wasn’t the car’s performance that once again left the race without a point.
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