CM – Schumacher is said to have learned by now, warns Steiner


After missing qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix, Mick Schumacher is said to have learned to take risks that could lead to major accidents, according to Günther Steiner.

The German rookie fell late in FP3 to win the red flags and despite the attempts to change the gearbox and get the car ready in time, he couldn’t get out on the track in Q1. It’s the second time Schumacher has missed qualifying due to an FP3 crash after a similar incident in Monaco, and Steiner says enough races have passed that the rookies need to start learning from mistakes like that.

« Yes, I actually think we should now know where we are, » said Steiner. “In FP3 you compromise if you don’t take part in qualifying, and the risk is always there because it’s only two hours from the end of FP3 to qualifying. Of course, they have to learn from this. We had a few and that’s fine, but we have to get better at it. ”

While Steiner admits that Haas was prepared for the inexperienced pairing of Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin to have a number of incidents, he says, that it will soon prove to be too costly.

« You always plan with accidents, especially with rookie drivers, but I think we have now got to a point where we have to work on it in order for the rest to have fewer accidents during the season. Mick has had some big races in the last five races. When you have a spin or something like that, this is what happens; But these accidents are pretty serious – it’s a lot of money and for no good reason.

“So we have to work on it to get better. Of course the budget is the budget and we have to stick to it. At the moment we are feeling it, of course, but we can still deal with it, but soon we will be able to find ways to overcome this because it becomes a little too frequent and too difficult. ”

Schumacher is allowed to despite missed Qualifying for the Sunday race at the end of the grid, a mandatory five-place penalty for a gear change makes no difference to his 20th place.

Chris trained in the British Grand Prix while studying sports journalism at the University of Central Lancashire in 2008 and was hired for three years before joining ESPN F1 as Assistant Editor. After three years at ESPN, a time as F1 editor at Crash Media Group was followed by the main task of starting the English language website of and operating it as editor.
He has been present at every race since the beginning of 2014 and continues to expand his freelance portfolio and work with international titles. In addition to writing for RACER, he contributes to BBC 5Live and Sky Sports in the UK and works with titles in Japan and the Middle East.

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