F1, Mick Schumacher also loses patience: his attack

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Another Formula 1 driver unhappy with his team.

A new debate is added in the world of Formula 1, and once again the diatribe is between a driver and his race wall. Last to raise his voice was Mick Schumacher, who was a great protagonist in the Sprint Race in Austria, but was forced to ninth place after a long and exciting duel with Lewis Hamilton.

There is one aspect, however, that the young German driver just can’t stomach. Haas, in fact, decided to maintain the positions already acquired on the Spielberg circuit, with Kevin Magnussen ahead of Schumacher. And the Dane eventually finished seventh, ahead of Hamilton but behind Ocon. “I think we had the speed to attack Esteban. But the team decided otherwise, not letting me pass,” Schumacher complained.

Not only that, because the Kaiser’s son also spoke of a Magnussen who did not protect him from Hamilton’s attack, denying him the DRS advantage. “We lost the position to him for that reason,” Schumacher insisted. “We have to analyze that and the failure to attack Ocon. I could have attacked, but they did not allow me to pass. And I would like to understand if they thought I was not able to do that.”

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