Mick Schumacher is a Swiss-born German racing driver. He races for Haas in Formula One under the German flag. He is a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy and a reserve driver for Scuderia Ferrari.
He began his career in karting in 2008, progressing to the German ADAC Formula 4 by 2015.
Mick Schumacher: Crash Saudi Arabia, Unfall Video, What Happened, Dead Or Alive?
Crash Saudi Arabia:
Mick Schumacher will miss Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after a horrific crash in qualifying at Jeddah’s high-speed street circuit on Saturday night.
The son of the great Michael Schumacher crashes his Haas car at 240kmh during Saudi Arabia GP qualifying.
With Mick Schumacher out of Sunday’s race, Haas has said he will drive just one car with the team’s hopes resting on Danish driver Kevin Magnussen.
Schumacher in his second season in F1 bounced off the Jeddah street circuit barrier at around 240kph after losing control of his Haas car when clipping a kerb.
Medics were on the scene quickly, lifting him out of the wreckage of his stricken car into an ambulance.
Mick Schumacher suffered a high-impact, 33G crash qualifying for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – the German driver declared himself healthy after a hospital check-up before the Jeddah race on Sunday to discuss the shunt.
According to an FIA statement, Schumacher was later taken to the circuit’s medical center, and from there by helicopter to King Fahd Armed Forces Hospital for a “precautionary check-up”.
But before Sunday’s trace, Haas confirmed that Schumacher would not start the race, writing on Twitter:
“In light of today’s qualifying event, Mick Schumacher will not participate in tomorrow’s #SaudiArabianGP.”
|Born||22 March 1999|
|Relatives||Ralf Schumacher (uncle)|
David Schumacher (cousin)
Sebastian Stahl (step-uncle)
Dead or Alive?
Mick Schumacher crashed at Turn 12 during Q2 in Saudi Arabian GP qualifying; Schumacher said to be “physically fine” but airlifted to hospital for “further precautionary checks”; Haas will just run one car during Sunday’s race with Kevin Magnussen.
After exiting Q1, Schumacher was on a hot lap in Q2 when he closed the curb at Turn 10, slammed into the wall and slid down the track before coming to rest.
|First win||1992 Belgian Grand Prix|
|Last win||2006 Chinese Grand Prix|
|Last entry||2012 Brazilian Grand Prix|