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Schumacher ‘fit to race' but prioritising Melbourne

Mick Schumacher says he would be fit to compete in Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix but accepts Haas’ decision to prioritise having sufficient parts for Melbourne. Schumacher suffered a high-speed accident during qualifying and was taken to hospital for precautionary checks, and was swiftly cleared to return to his hotel. Haas withdrew Schumacher’s car from […]
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