O the most important thing when there is an accident in Formula 1 is to know if the driver is well. Mick Schumacher suffered no physical consequences from the accident during qualifying for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, but now is the time to rebuild the car and use the parts that were not destroyed.
Haas Crew Chief Gunther Steiner spoke about repair costs and said he hoped there would be no more such accidents.
“We still have to make a proper assessment, but the chassis itself doesn’t seem broken. The impact structure yes, but just change it. Of the suspensions, only the front left is used. Ferrari told me that the engine looked good, the battery too, and on top of that…everything is broken, it’s carbon dust. The damage should be around 900,000 euros,” said the German.
“There is a certain value, but in a racing team you can never stick to the budget like in a commercial enterprise. There is always a risk, but if it happens two or three times, it is no longer an eventuality… I hope we don’t.” have more,” Steiner said.
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