Schumacher not losing faith in points breakthrough after Canada’s F1 misery


The German had produced the best performance of his career in qualifying in Montreal, when he lined up sixth behind his teammate Kevin Magnussen.

He then looked to take his first points when, running in a comfortable seventh position, he was hit by a power unit issue which sidelined him on lap 18.

After recent incidents and amid growing pressure to perform, Schumacher is aware of the importance of his early points.

But speaking after the race, Schumacher said the weekend in Canada had been one that gave him some confidence.

“It’s obviously very frustrating, but these things happen,” he said. “It’s F1, everything is quite nervous.

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“And so yeah, we just have to swallow that pill. But we have a lot of positive things that we can take away from here. So yeah, I’m really excited for the next one.

When asked if it was hard to stay fully motivated when nothing seemed to be going well for him, Schumacher said: “I’m here because I love this sport. I love driving and you earn what you fight for.

Mick Schumacher, Haas F1 Team

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“Unfortunately, we didn’t deserve it today. But I’m sure we will have more opportunities.

“Eventually the luck will hopefully change. So yeah, obviously it’s tough, but I’ve had those seasons in the past and we managed to be there after all. So yes, we still have a few races to go.

Schumacher explained that the race was going well until his power unit issue, as he was steadily increasing his pace to get used to the change in conditions from the wet Saturday.

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“I was preparing for it,” he said. “Obviously we had a wet track in qualifying, we had a dry track in the race.

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“So obviously I was trying to find the new grip limit when the conditions were very different. We were just getting into a rhythm and I’m sure there was more to come.

“It’s always hard to accept these things. Obviously it’s probably more difficult if you’re in a paying position and have to give up the car when you’re seventh or whatever. It’s never the best, but that’s the way it is. »


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