After his fierce accident, Mick Schumacher will not start at the second Formula 1 season race in Jidda on Sunday. This was known to his Haas Rennstall on Saturday night. Schumacher’s teammate Kevin Magnussen will drive the only Haas in Saudi Arabia.

Mick Schumacher airlifted to hospital for precautionary checks after qualifying crash in Saudi Arabi

Team boss Günther Steiner spoke of a “very eventful day. The best thing is that Mick seems to have suffered no injuries.” However, there is the possibility that Schumacher must remain in the hospital for observation.

Schumacher’s accident had overshaded the qualifying and taken care of for a minute. The Haas Pilot crashed on the very fast city course with much more than 200 km / h in the route limit, the session was stopped immediately. The bolide was twisted into three parts and massively damaged.

About half an hour after the crash, Steiner gave first all-clear. “Mick is with full awareness, he spoke with his mother. He has no external injuries,” said the South Tyrolean.

The automotive world association FIA shared with the 23-year-old Schumacher with: “The investigation in the Medical Center did not result in injuries, and he was relocated as a precaution to King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital in Jedda.”

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Schumacher had reached the second section of the session and was also promising in this to the accident. At the end he reached starting place 14.