Romain Grosjean fully understands what Mick Schumacher is going through at Haas F1 this season. The German had several accidents while trying to go faster, and the Frenchman, who knew the team well, decides this is due to the lack of changes to the VF-22.
As Grosjean testified when he was with the team, Haas made a few changes to his singles seat, with only one set of updates expected in Hungary, before moving to a single seat next year. This, according to the IndyCar driver, is the cause of Schumacher’s problems.
“He’s had some really tough races lately. I think the car isn’t helping him because they’re falling behind in the clicking order.” Grosjean noted. “I think Mick is thinking about what Kevin did at the start of the season, with points and fifth place, but Haas can’t do that anymore because they haven’t received promotions.”
“It’s typical of the Haas season, you start well and come back, I know that very well. And if you try to repeat the strong performances like in Bahrain, which Mick wants, you make mistakes. His time because sometimes in Formula One it is slower means better results. “
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