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Sport solution Haas? Team boss Steiner pushes the ball to Hulkenberg

13:26  14 august  2020
13:26  14 august  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

Hülkenberg candidate for Perez cockpit in Silverstone?

 Hülkenberg candidate for Perez cockpit in Silverstone? © Sergei Grits / AP / dpa Could take over Sergio Perez's racing point cockpit in Silverstone: Nico Hülkenberg. Nico Hülkenberg could make a surprising Formula 1 comeback after the positive coronavirus case of Mexican Sergio Perez. As reported by the specialist portal «motorsport.com», the 32-year-old from Emmerich is said to be a hot candidate for the cockpit at the Racing Point racing team that was cleared for the British Grand Prix. Other media speculated about the use of the German veteran.

Haas boss Guenther Steiner has no reservations about a potential 2020 line-up for the US outfit that would include Nico However, since Magnussen's much publicized "suck my balls " post-race run-in with Hulkenberg at Hulkenberg was also open to the idea of sitting opposite Magnussen at Haas .

Haas F1 team boss Gunther Steiner believes his driver Kevin Magnussen was right to hit back at “bully” Nico Hulkenberg after their Hungarian GP run-in. Renault driver Hulkenberg had been angered by Magnussen's robust late-race defensive manoeuvre and approached the Dane during media

Wohin mit dem © Motorsport Images What to do with the "Hulk"? Günter Steiner opens a Haas door to

Since his strong appearance as a substitute for Sergio Perez at Racing Point in Silverstone, Nico Hülkenberg has been omnipresent in Formula 1 again. But what to do with the German, who says he is talking to two teams?

One possibility would be Alfa Romeo, as Hulkenberg recently revealed. However, there are currently other issues than the driver selection for 2021. What is the other option? Günther Steiner gives the answer surprisingly openly.

"I've talked to him a couple of times and we get along well," the Haas team boss told Sky. "Matching would not be a problem." So, sign the contract quickly before it turns out otherwise? It's not that easy.

Haas wants FIA clarification on "ambiguous" F1 radio rule

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Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner has explained the "close call" of forgoing an offer to Nico Hulkenberg in favour of retaining Romain Grosjean for 2020. Commenting on the prospect of Hulkenberg joining Haas , Steiner admits signing him was a "close call", but felt retaining Grosjean

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner would have no issues with potentially partnering Nico Hulkenberg with Kevin Magnussen next season, despite a history of animosity between the pair. Hulkenberg is favourite to replace Romain Grosjean alongside Magnussen at Haas in 2020, should

Because he sees things from a completely different point of view: "At the moment we're not at a high performance level. That's why it's more up to him to see whether it would suit him at all."

"He's a very good driver and from a certain level you want to at least be with a team that can compete in midfield. And this year we're a bit weaker; we were better off a few years ago. What we do next I don't know yet. Hopefully it'll get better. "

The objection is justified, but the choice of words is astonishing. "Günter Steiner had expressed himself differently to him last year . There was a little more self-confidence behind", says Formula 1 expert Ralf Schumacher also at 'Sky'.

The six-time Grand Prix winner sees the key to a Hülkenberg cockpit in his compatriot Sebastian Vettel: "Should he find a solution, Nico will be denied the best solution. If Sebastian pulls the plug for any reason, a better one could be for him Jump out of the cockpit. " He thinks of AlphaTauri or Aston Martin.

Wolff promises Hülkenberg Mercedes job

 Wolff promises Hülkenberg Mercedes job Everything about Formula 1 and the motorsport weekend in AvD Motorsport Magazine from now on Sundays on TV and STREAM on SPORT1 This was not hidden from Mercedes team boss and managing director Toto Wolff. He even offered him a job with the world champion team - if only as a substitute: "A German driver can always be an interesting idea. Also as a reserve driver." Wolff added: "But I think we just have to look at the situation globally.

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner has explained the "close call" of forgoing an offer to Nico Hulkenberg in favour of retaining Romain Grosjean for 2020. Commenting on the prospect of Hulkenberg joining Haas , Steiner admits signing him was a "close call", but felt retaining Grosjean

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