Schumacher retired from the Chinese GP

The Mercedes duo Rosberg and Schumacher start the front row for Chinese GP, Schumi had a problem in his first pit-sop wheel nut not fixed of right front tyre

Seven times world champion has been more aggressive this season, out qualifying Rosberg at the opening two grands prix, and then joining his pole-winning compatriot on China…

“The front wheel got loose, we need to check why and what happened,” a disappointed Schumacher explained to reporters, having moved off the circuit and into the infield. “I noticed it in Turn 3 once I started to turn, with the front-right tyre. There was a bit of smoke and it was damaged, so I decided to stop it.

“I’m feeling a little bit sad for all of our boys. I probably found out before the team, but there’s no hard feelings. I’m sorry for the boys who will feel responsible, but it’s all part of the game. I think we’re looking strong. We had too much tyre wear in Australia and not enough in Malaysia, but a middle ground here – we have found our way.”

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