‘What the f*** was that? Does he want to kill us?’ Mick Schumacher fumes at his OWN team-mate Nikita Mazepin… after the two rookie Haas drivers have very close call on final 200mph straight during Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Mick Schumacher questioned whether his team-mate Nikita Mazepin was trying to ‘kill us’ in the closing metres of Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Schumacher, the son of seven-time world champion Michael, moved into Mazepin’s slipstream as they approached speeds of 200mph on the start-finish straight in Baku. But in defending 13th place, Russian Mazepin suddenly jinked to the right in a move to prevent his Haas team-mate from getting by and squeezing him against the concrete wall. Schumacher, in only his sixth Formula One race, responded in time to avoid a devastating accident. Schumacher was ahead of Mazepin, 22, throughout Sunday’s race in Baku, only falling behind his team-mate at the restart following Max Verstappen’s late crash. Schumacher, the Formula Two champion, has spent his debut season at the back of the field in his underwhelming Haas machinery.

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