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Schumacher misses FP2 due to crash after flag in FP1

Mick Schumacher crashed on his way back to the pits in wet conditions after first practice at the Japanese Grand Prix, ruling him out of the rest of the day’s running. The Haas driver had carried out a practice start on the grid on full wet tires – as rain intensified after a session that had been wet throughout – when he lost control at Dunlop Curve at the end of the first sector. Schumacher’s car swapped ends and went nose first into the tire barrier, causing heavy damage to both the front left and front right corners. Schumacher was unhurt in the incident and told his team over the radio that he suffered from aquaplaning as he was making his way back to the pits, with...
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