Mick Schumacher caught the eye on Formula 2's feature race in Monaco, pulling off a stunning overtake in the opening stages of the race before a collision with Tatiana Calderon at La Rascasse caused a traffic jam and brought out red flags.
The scene of Schumacher's incident prompted much mirth, with Schumacher's father having controversially parked at the same spot in qualifying in 2006.
Although he protested his innocence, stewards deemed that he had done so deliberately to prevent Fernando Alonso from beating him to pole position.
The incident seemed much more clear-cut this time, Schumacher Jnr trying to squeeze through a gap on the inside of Calderon, but pitching her into a spin and then clunking into the Arden car in his rushed attempts to continue racing.
The incident overshadows Mick's superb early-race moment, which saw him overtake Calderon's team-mate Anthoine Hubert into Mirabeau, proving that passing at Monaco isn't impossible!
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