Mick Schumacher was ruled out of Sunday's Saudi Formula One Grand Prix after crashing heavily in qualifying and being flown to a hospital in Jeddah for precautionary checks.

Haas F1 ruled Schumacher out of the race on Sunday and the American team said it would field just one car. Schumacher, who turned 23 earlier this week, posted on social media that he was 'OK.'

"The car

felt great," the German wrote.

"We'll come back stronger."

Schumacher is the son of seven-time F1 champion Michael Schumacher, and the Haas team said the young driver was able to phone his mother following the crash.

It took safety workers several minutes to get Schumacher from his mangled car and into an ambulance for a first cursory check at the track.
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