Video: Mick Schumacher’s accident that almost left him without a Formula 2 title


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Mick Schumacher

Mick schumacher was the focus of the world’s media after it was confirmed that it will be in the 2021 season of Formula 1, with the team Haas. However, the German has not finished his year yet and must define the championship of the Formula 2, which has him as a leader very few points behind Callum illot, who fights alongside him.

This Friday’s qualifying race was central to Mick Schumacher’s aspirations to win the second category championship. The team driver PREMA He was very behind in the qualifier and had to come back to be able to start well ahead in the first test of the weekend. He was 18th, and his leadership was at risk.

In the last moments, Schumacher was ready to overtake Roy nissany that was ahead. However, when it caught up, it failed to avoid the collision with the Israeli pilot and the pilot opened. When Nissany wanted to get back on track, it hit the car driven by the son of Michael Schumacher. This caused both cars to finish their test.

Despite the fact that the leadership ran the risk of passing into the hands of Illot in the first final on Saturday, Mick Schumacher took a rabbit out of the gallery. Starting in 18th place, he finished seventh and gave him some air. The German will be able to achieve the Formula 2 title this Sunday in the sprint race, which will be the prelude to the Sakhir Formula 1 Grand Prix.

What result do you need?

The German will start second in the test this Sunday, as he finished in seventh position and the first eight places are reversed for the start of the test. Schumacher must finish ahead of Illot to be able to consecrate himself. In addition, he will arrive in Formula 1 with another title in his pocket, which would send his morale through the roof on debut.


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