Haas has confirmed that Mick Schumacher will not take part in Sunday’s race following his crash in qualifying.

Schumacher had a heavy shunt during Q2 at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. The Medical Car and the ambulance came on the scene.

Later on, Haas confirmed that the German was “physically fine” and was airlifted to hospital for further checks.

After qualifying, Haas announced that Schumacher would not compete on Sunday. It is not allowed to replace a driver after qualifying, so only Kevin Magnussen will represent the team in the race.

“In light of today’s qualifying incident, Mick Schumacher will not participate in tomorrow’s Saudi Arabian GP,” the Haas statement read.

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