Haas F1's magical qualifying transformed into a disastrous race, as the team failed to convert P5 and P6 starting positions into points on Sunday.
Lance Stroll's P10 finish on the streets of Montreal pushed Aston Martin ahead of the American squad in the standings, cementing a somewhat embarrassing weekend for Haas.
Frankly, the decline of Haas since the first round in Bahrain has been an embarrassing one, failing to score points consistently and slowly slipping down the order.
Schumacher's errors have played a fairly significant part in this, but his retirement in Canada was beyond his control. Despite this, he told the media, including racingnews365, about his optimistic outlook:
"It's obviously very frustrating, but these things happen. It's F1.
We've just got to swallow that pill. But again, we have loads of positive things we can take away from here, so [I'm] just really excited about the next one.
We haven't brought any updates, and it's basically the same car as at the beginning of the season, and we're still doing great, so it's obviously very positive."