Mick Schumacher

Haas confirm Mick Schumacher will not compete in Saudi Arabia

Mick Schumacher will not participate in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, according to Haas Motorsport.

 Mick Schumacher

Following his high-speed qualifying incident, Mick Schumacher will not race in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on Sunday, according to Haas.

After crashing heavily at Turn 12 of the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, the German driver needed to be flown to the hospital.

The Medical Car arrived promptly and found Schumacher conscious before removing him from the automobile and placing him into an ambulance.

From there, Schumacher was spotted speaking with medical personnel before Haas stated that he had spoken with his mom over the phone and was “physically well.”

Haas make a decision on race-day plans

Haas has decided to withdraw Schumacher from the race on Sunday, as predicted.

Despite the accident, the 23-year-old finished 14th in qualifying, ahead of seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton.

“In light of today’s qualifying accident, Mick Schumacher will not compete in tomorrow’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix,” the team said in a statement posted late Saturday evening.

As a result, Kevin Magnussen will be the only Haas driver on Sunday, starting 10th on the suddenly 19-car grid.

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