Mick Schumacher's very Horror Crash At Saudi Arabian GP Qualifying

Mick Schumacher's very Horror Crash At Saudi Arabian GP Qualifying

In Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, Mick Schumacher will not participate after a very horror crash in the qualifying round at Jeddah's high-speed street circuit on Saturday night. The great Michael Schumacher's son crashed his car at 240km during the Saudi Arabian GP qualifying.

With Mick Schumacher ruled out of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Sunday's race, Haas said they would run just one car with a team's hopes resting on Kevin Magnussen, Danish driver.

Haas  said 

"Schumacher was taken to the trackside medical center following a significant accident at Turn 12,"

"After his analysis revealed no injuries, he was transferred to King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital in Jeddah for pre-cautionary checks.

"The team has afterward decided to contest the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix with the sole entry of Kevin Magnussen."

Watch Mick Schumacher's massive crash during Saudi Arabian GP qualifying here:

In his second season in F1, Schumacher bounced off the Jeddah street circuit barrier at around 240kmph after losing control of his Haas car when clipping a kerb.

Medics were on the scene quickly, lifting him out of the wreckage of his stricken car into an ambulance.

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The German driver later insisted that "I'm OK."

"Hello everyone, I just wanted to say that I'm OK. Thank you for the kind messages. The car felt great @HaasF1Team, we'll come back stronger," tweeted the 23-year-old German driver who was airlifted to hospital after the crash.

Meanwhile, Red Bull's Sergio Perez claimed his first-ever F1 pole position in his 215th attempt. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc joins Perez on the front row with Verstappen on the second row after qualifying in fourth behind the other Ferrari of Carlos Sainz.

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