‘Much to learn’ Jeremy Clarkson reacts to Mick Schumacher’s horror crash in Saudi Arabia

F1 preview: A lap of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

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Jeremy Clarkson, 61, took to Twitter to react to the horrifying scenes at Saturday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix qualifying which saw Haas’ Mick Schumacher, 23, ploughed into the wall while driving at around 170mph.

Rajdeepsinh echoed: “Haas, the only sentinel who can beat Volvo in their own game.”

Vencislav added: “Yeah, Volvo can’t reach such speeds. Glad that Mick is fine and happy to see that the cars can handle such a crash without killing or injuring the driver.”
While YeahNah pointed out: “Not just Volvo, all manufacturers could learn a thing or two. Happy Mick is ok, but that must have rattled him.”

Mick finally spoke out about his condition on Saturday night.

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The 23-year-old shared a smiling selfie of himself still wearing his Haas F1 team jacket.

He confirmed to fans: “Hi 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.”

Despite the fact he came out of the crash unscathed, Haas confirmed that Mick won’t be taking part in Sunday’s race.

The team said on Twitter: “In light of today’s qualifying incident, Mick Schumacher will not participate in tomorrow’s #SaudiArabianGP.”

Haas team principal, Guenther Steiner, also revealed he had spoken with Mick and his mother.

Guenther explained: “I spoke with him directly. He spoke to his mum, I spoke to his mum a few times and kept her updated.

“He has no injuries which you can see – they just wanted to check on him, doing some scans to see that there is no damage from the impact of the forces.

“Taking any risks tomorrow, it’s not on. We are in Melbourne in two weeks and it’s better to focus on that one to make sure that we are in a good state there.”

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