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Schumacher says losing chance to win at Monaco would be a ‘shame'

Haas Formula 1 driver Mick Schumacher says it would be a shame to lose the chance to win the Monaco Grand Prix in the future. The event in Monaco is one of the most recognisable races in the world, with the first race being staged in 1929, 21 years before the start of the F1 […]
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