Mick Schumacher’s fate at Haas may now be decided.

Mick Schumacherthe fate of st Haas can now be sealed.

The small American team is rumored to have decided to part ways with the 23-year-old German after owner Gene Haas said only a late run of points would keep him in 2023.

In Mexico, the son of F1 legend Michael Schumacher was on course for a strong qualifying result when he clipped a corner and failed to make it out of Q1.

When asked what the boss is Gunter Steiner said of the incident, Schumacher revealed: “He saw I was fast and said it was a shame.”

Mick’s uncle Ralf told Sky Deutschland: “I have to agree with Mick that he has pace.

“But such mistakes really shouldn’t happen. It even happened to Hamilton, but that shouldn’t be an excuse. It’s a learning process, but he has to learn fast.

“He was in a different world compared to his teammate, but that alone makes it difficult for the team to make a decision,” Schumacher added.

“The team is counting on him, especially with his pace.”

Veteran F1 commentator Martin Brundle agrees, calling Schumacher’s mistake “stupid”.

The latest rumor is that Haas has finally decided to replace Schumacher with the German veteran Nico Hulkenbergwhich has not participated in Formula 1 since the end of 2019.

The deal could be announced just before the upcoming Brazilian Grand Prix.

It is considered Antonio Giovinazzi no longer claims the seat and will instead ride a factory prepared one Ferrari at the World Endurance Championships.

“We will make a decision – hopefully soon,” Steiner said in Mexico. “But nothing is 100 percent decided yet.

“We’re just going through the final details of what we need to sort out and then we’ll make a decision. It’s an important decision for the team and there’s enough to focus on to get better.”

Indeed, another concern for Haas is engine reliability amid persistent rumors that the team may be considering ditching Ferrari power.

“Now everything should be fine with the new power units coming in and hopefully next year it will be resolved because we’ve had quite a few problems this year,” Steiner said.

“It’s not entirely in our hands because we can go somewhere else, but it’s probably the worst decision for us. There are always pros and cons in everything.”

The good news for Haas is cash infusions from a new title sponsor for 2023 and beyond. Reports indicate that the Moneygram deal is worth $20 million a year.

Continuation of the Haas driver Kevin Magnussen believes the team will spend the money wisely.

“Our pit stops are not slow because our mechanics are bad,” he insisted to Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet. “Our equipment is just old.

“Ours since 2016 is now 2022. That’s 100,000 years in Formula 1.”

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