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Schumacher needs dispensation to race in Monaco GP after crash

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Mick Schumacher will need dispensation from the stewards to start the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday after he was to miss qualifying in the wake of a crash. By failing to competre in Saturday’s qualifying, Schumacher won’t fulfil the 107 per cent rule, which states that a driver is not allowed to race if he fails to qualify within 107 per cent of the fastest time of the session. But F1 confirmed that Schumacher, the son of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher, could race if permission is given due to exceptional circumstances. Schumacher’s car suffered huge damage due when he crashed into…

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