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Why Was Haas Fire Mick Schumacher; Check Out to See What the F1 Pundits Have to Say

Former Formula One driver Martin Brundle thinks Haas let Mick Schumacher go for various reasons. Brundle thinks that the team may have grown tired of Schumacher because of his ‘entourage’ rather than his performance or the harm he caused the team.

The Germans found it difficult to compete against his colleague Kevin Magnussen with each passing race. While the squad was immediately impacted, the team’s principal also received negative attention. Brundle said to Sky Sports:

“I believe the team had had enough of Mick’s entourage and the demands that went along with it. Because Ferrari also dropped him, he is going through a difficult time.”

Since Mick Schumacher wasn’t getting better, reports that Haas team president Guenther Steiner was scouting for alternative drivers began to spread. This prompted Mick Schumacher’s uncle and former driver, Ralf Schumacher, to retaliate against Steiner for failing to back up his driver.

Why was Haas fire Mick Schumacher check out  to see what the F1 pundits have concluded 
Why was Haas fire Mick Schumacher check out to see what the F1 pundits have concluded. 

Many people, including Brundle, believe that Schumacher deserves to stay on the grid despite the apparent harm he caused the team:

“Mick will appear elsewhere. I believe he deserves to be on the grid, perhaps in a reserve capacity”.

Brundle feels that Haas, as opposed to Mick Schumacher, wants experienced drivers

Over the previous two seasons, it is clear that Haas has struggled with rookie drivers. The team struggled greatly in 2021 with Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin. They scored zero points in the end.

But they did score a few goals in 2022 when Magnussen returned. Schumacher’s input was also incorporated into this.

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The team nevertheless released him. He was replaced with Nico Hulkenberg, a skilled competitor who Brundle believes is what the squad is searching for:

“Haas don’t want to attempt to bring in fresh guns. Because it hasn’t worked for them; they want that experience and confidence.”

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Fans have conjectured that Schumacher would work as a reserve driver for Mercedes. Toto Wolff, the head of the Mercedes team, said that the organization is prepared to ‘care after’ Mick Schumacher “if the necessity arises.” He added, however, that nothing had been settled upon formally as of yet.

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ALSO READ: “I’m Quite Positive That We Will See Him Back on the Grid”: Kevin Magnussen Talks About Mick Schumacher Losing His F1 Seat

Former Formula One driver Martin Brundle thinks Haas let Mick Schumacher go for various reasons. Brundle thinks that the team may have grown tired of Schumacher because of his ‘entourage’ rather than his performance or the harm he caused the team.

The Germans found it difficult to compete against his colleague Kevin Magnussen with each passing race. While the squad was immediately impacted, the team’s principal also received negative attention. Brundle said to Sky Sports:

“I believe the team had had enough of Mick’s entourage and the demands that went along with it. Because Ferrari also dropped him, he is going through a difficult time.”

Since Mick Schumacher wasn’t getting better, reports that Haas team president Guenther Steiner was scouting for alternative drivers began to spread. This prompted Mick Schumacher’s uncle and former driver, Ralf Schumacher, to retaliate against Steiner for failing to back up his driver.

Why was Haas fire Mick Schumacher check out  to see what the F1 pundits have concluded 
Why was Haas fire Mick Schumacher check out to see what the F1 pundits have concluded. 

Many people, including Brundle, believe that Schumacher deserves to stay on the grid despite the apparent harm he caused the team:

“Mick will appear elsewhere. I believe he deserves to be on the grid, perhaps in a reserve capacity”.

Brundle feels that Haas, as opposed to Mick Schumacher, wants experienced drivers

Over the previous two seasons, it is clear that Haas has struggled with rookie drivers. The team struggled greatly in 2021 with Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin. They scored zero points in the end.

But they did score a few goals in 2022 when Magnussen returned. Schumacher’s input was also incorporated into this.

The team nevertheless released him. He was replaced with Nico Hulkenberg, a skilled competitor who Brundle believes is what the squad is searching for:

“Haas don’t want to attempt to bring in fresh guns. Because it hasn’t worked for them; they want that experience and confidence.”

Fans have conjectured that Schumacher would work as a reserve driver for Mercedes. Toto Wolff, the head of the Mercedes team, said that the organization is prepared to ‘care after’ Mick Schumacher “if the necessity arises.” He added, however, that nothing had been settled upon formally as of yet.

ALSO READ: “I’m Quite Positive That We Will See Him Back on the Grid”: Kevin Magnussen Talks About Mick Schumacher Losing His F1 Seat

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Former Formula One driver Martin Brundle thinks Haas let Mick Schumacher go for various reasons. Brundle thinks that the team may have grown tired of Schumacher because of his ‘entourage’ rather than his performance or the harm he caused the team.

The Germans found it difficult to compete against his colleague Kevin Magnussen with each passing race. While the squad was immediately impacted, the team’s principal also received negative attention. Brundle said to Sky Sports:

“I believe the team had had enough of Mick’s entourage and the demands that went along with it. Because Ferrari also dropped him, he is going through a difficult time.”

Since Mick Schumacher wasn’t getting better, reports that Haas team president Guenther Steiner was scouting for alternative drivers began to spread. This prompted Mick Schumacher’s uncle and former driver, Ralf Schumacher, to retaliate against Steiner for failing to back up his driver.

Why was Haas fire Mick Schumacher check out  to see what the F1 pundits have concluded 
Why was Haas fire Mick Schumacher check out to see what the F1 pundits have concluded. 

Many people, including Brundle, believe that Schumacher deserves to stay on the grid despite the apparent harm he caused the team:

“Mick will appear elsewhere. I believe he deserves to be on the grid, perhaps in a reserve capacity”.

Brundle feels that Haas, as opposed to Mick Schumacher, wants experienced drivers

Over the previous two seasons, it is clear that Haas has struggled with rookie drivers. The team struggled greatly in 2021 with Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin. They scored zero points in the end.

But they did score a few goals in 2022 when Magnussen returned. Schumacher’s input was also incorporated into this.

The team nevertheless released him. He was replaced with Nico Hulkenberg, a skilled competitor who Brundle believes is what the squad is searching for:

“Haas don’t want to attempt to bring in fresh guns. Because it hasn’t worked for them; they want that experience and confidence.”

Fans have conjectured that Schumacher would work as a reserve driver for Mercedes. Toto Wolff, the head of the Mercedes team, said that the organization is prepared to ‘care after’ Mick Schumacher “if the necessity arises.” He added, however, that nothing had been settled upon formally as of yet.

ALSO READ: “I’m Quite Positive That We Will See Him Back on the Grid”: Kevin Magnussen Talks About Mick Schumacher Losing His F1 Seat

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