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Mick Schumacher is "not even sore" after 170mph crash left car in two
170mph crash on Saturday that left his car split in two.The German driver, son of F1 legend Michael Schumacher, was involved in a horrific accident during second qualifying in Jeddah, but was able to walk away from the crash without any serious injuries.Schumacher was later cleared by medics to drive in Sunday's race, having been sent to hospital for precautionary scans, but was absent from the starting grid due to the damage to his car. Despite this, he admitted after the crash that he was "not even sore" as he looked ahead to the Australian Grand Prix.Speaking to Formula1.com, Schumacher said: “I’m feeling alright, I think to be able to stand here with nothing basically, not even sore anyways, just shows the security and safety of these cars.“Obviously it is something that you think about, what could I have done better? What could I have done different?“But in the end there is also something that you have to move on from and our goal is still Q3 and points and I guess we’ll have to delete that til Melbourne now.”Will Haas earn a podium finish in 2022? Let us know in the comments section below.Schumacher had lost control of his car on turn-10 in Jeddah, with his car's impact with the wall leading to it being flung down the track, reaching as far as turn-12.His car was travelling at a speed of 170mph at the time of impact, with his car left split into two pieces as a result of the horror crash.