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Steiner warns Schumacher and Magnussen: Crashing this weekend could stop you from racing in Canada

Formula 1 returns this weekend with the usually unpredictable Azerbaijan Grand Prix, where Haas team principal Guenther Steiner is hoping for a much better weekend than the team experienced in Monaco. It was a disastrous Monaco Grand Prix for the Haas F1 Team; Kevin Magnussen retired with a water leak, then Mick Schumacher crashed heavily at the swimming pool section moments later. The crash saw Schumacher's VF22 break in half, almost identically to what occurred to the young German at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Haas have shown strong pace at almost every circuit so far this season, filling Steiner with confidence that the team can have a solid weekend at the Baku City Circuit. Speaking...
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