Haas team boss Günther Steiner was again critical of his ex-pilot Mick Schumacher.
"We didn't achieve what we wanted, I had to make some changes," said the 57-year-old Austrian in an interview with the British portal "inews". Schumacher had two years, said the Formula 1 manager. "You can't beat a dead horse. He wasn't happy. But I would say he saw it coming."
Schumacher had to vacate his cockpit at the US racing team after a total of two years. The 23-year-old was replaced by Nico Hulkenberg. Michael Schumacher's son is now a test and reserve driver at Mercedes and also a reserve driver at McLaren.
The Nextflix documentary "Drive to Survive" shows, among other things, how Steiner curses and criticizes Schumacher's driving style. "In a racing situation, you're like you're on drugs," Steiner said in the interview. Sometimes you say things that you wouldn't say with a clear head.