Mick Schumacher seeks the “right outcome” to the quarrels of Nikita Mazepin



Mick Schumacher hopes Haas can find the right way to ease the tension between him and teammate Nikita Mazepin.

With Haas wrestling at the back of the grid with an underdeveloped car and two rookie drivers, the team saw it as a learning season before hoping to regain form in 2022.

But, just to make the squad situation even more difficult, now their rookies are turning on each other.

It was at the Dutch Grand Prix that tensions erupted again between the drivers, first in qualifying, over the driver having priority on the track in Q1, then in the race as Schumacher challenged the robust and dangerous defense. by Mazepin. conduct.

This is an unwanted additional headache for the team, and so Schumacher is hoping that the right solution can be found to calm everything down.

“I think in this case we are discussing internally,” said Schumacher, as quoted by GPFans.

“Everything has been said about each party and I hope we can find the right solution and the right solution.

“We have discussed this internally and I am very keen to keep it internally as well, we will see the understanding we have gained within the team.

“I hope that everything we have discussed now will not be a concern as we are more competitive.”

When asked if the team has changed their stance on allowing their drivers to compete, Schumacher replied: at the moment I don’t think so, so I hope I can race.

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Haas has yet to score a point in the 2021 campaign, the only team that remains zero in the Constructors’ Championship.

P12 remains their best result of the season, scored by Schumacher at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and although the German rider is expected to stay for 2022, a new contract has yet to be announced.

If Schumacher did not stay with Haas for 2022, then the last possible opening would be at Alfa Romeo.

The Swiss team have signed a multi-year contract with Valtteri Bottas, but Antonio Giovinazzi’s seat remains in jeopardy.

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