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Guenther Steiner breaks silence on Mick Schumacher bullying accusation after DTS release

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has revealed that himself and former driver Mick Schumacher 'didn't speak' when the Haas boss 'said hello' to the axed driver, something he labels as a 'good thing'. Steiner has recently been accused of bullying the young German, following the release of the most recent season of Netflix's docuseries ‘Drive to Survive'. During the recent series, Steiner is shown telling Haas owner Gene Haas that Schumacher is a 'dead man walking', with the German having crashed his car heavily, twice, costing the team millions. The Italian-American also said that you 'can't develop talent', making it sound like the son of seven-time World Champion Michael...
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