Excellent: Mick Schumacher’s car split in two in Monaco

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The F1 Monaco GP 2022 It is played in very complex conditions. He started for heavy rain tires after the water fell, which delayed the start of the race this Sunday. But the track was drying up and pilots had to put on intermediate tires first, and eventually, dry tires. And in that last change is when Mike Schumacher he lost control of his Haas and ran hard into the waves protecting the second variant of the pool.

Luckily, despite the violence of the impact, the German was able to lower the car to his own feet. The Haas was split in half, in the area of ​​the gearbox and the engine, the same thing that happened in the serious accident that Mick Schumacher suffered at the last Saudi Arabian GP.

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The German apparently lost the car under acceleration when leaving the first variant and there he collided with one of the internal barriers. Then became a pure passenger, quickly headed to the protections below that little straight, at the start of the second chicane.

Source: La Verdad

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