Mick Schumacher believes that the result of the Miami Grand Prix is “a shame.”

Schumacher was on the verge of scoring his first F1 points as he was running in the top 10 in the closing stages of the race. However, he had a collision with Sebastian Vettel at turn 1. As a result, the Haas driver finished the race 15th.

“It’s obviously a shame. I think we had our best race so far this year,” Schumacher said about the result.

“It was an unfortunate event, especially for Seb. I can’t really say much because I haven’t seen it from the outside – it’s so different from inside the car.

“I’m sure we will talk about it.”

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