Mick Schumacher hopes that Haas can find the right way to diffuse tensions between himself and team-mate Nikita Mazepin.

With Haas struggling at the back of the grid with an underdeveloped car and two rookie drivers, the team were looking at this as an apprenticeship season before they hope to return to form in 2022.

But, just to make the team’s situation even tougher, now their rookies are turning on each other.

It was back at the Dutch Grand Prix that tensions flared up once again between the drivers, first in qualifying, relating to which driver had on-track priority in Q1, and then in the race as Schumacher took issue with Mazepin’s robust, borderline dangerous defensive driving.

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