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F1 driver Mick Schumacher has done more damage to his car than any other driver

MICK SCHUMACHER has been revealed as F1’s king of collisions following a massive £4M repair bill last season.

Driver Haas did more damage to his car than any other man in the grid because he didn’t score a single point all year.

Mick Schumacher crashed badly at the Saudi Grand Prix

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Mick Schumacher crashed badly at the Saudi Grand PrixCredit: Getty

He cost his team more than 1 million pounds in just one race when he fell heavily on the 10th round of the opening ceremony Saudi Arabia Grand Prix.

The race had to be red flagged when the track governors scraped his VF-21 off the hurdles in Turn 23.

Search The F1maximaal fan page shows Schumacher having an extensive shopping list for new parts.

He needs EIGHT new front wings and a new suspension set on a 22-race schedule.

The son of an F1 legend, Michael and teammate Nikita Mazepin failed to score a single point during the season.

And verifying whether Haas drivers can compete in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the end of the year.

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After Schumacher’s game in Saudi Arabia, team boss Guenther Steiner admitted: “We used all that was left. If we crash in practice before the last race, it will be very stressful. ”

The F1 rookie is seen as a talent on the grid and his difficulties have as much to do with a shoddy car as his lack of experience.

Ferrari star Charles Leclerc is second on the list of crashes.

The 24-year-old cost the famous Mallet Horse nearly £3.5m in repair bills last season.

And closing the top 3 is the champion Max Verstappen.

Red Bull superstar needs more than £3.3m to serve on the way to take the world title from Lewis Hamilton.

The Mercedes superstar is not even in the top 10.

He’s just the 13th most expensive driver on the grid with just over £1m in repairs.

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