Romain Grosjean has been since 2016 in American Workers and Kevin Magnussen signed his employment contract just a year later. But now the parties are ending the four-year partnership, which is currently only surpassed by the Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, at the end of the season.
Display Now another Silly Season starts in Formula 1 , after the big shifting of chairs began after the Vettel-Ferrari separation at the beginning of the year. Currently one of the hottest candidates for the Haas cockpit is Mick Schumacher, who as a Ferrari student could now be prepared for larger tasks in a customer team. But other pilots that will be available on the driver market for next year are also currently under discussion. For example, Nico Hülkenberg is hoping for a permanent return to Formula 1 and Sergio Perez is also looking for a way to stay in Formula 1 after being kicked out. In addition to Schumacher, Robert Shwartzman, Callum Ilott or Nikita Mazepin could also move up from Formula 2.
Haas F1 looks back on many good moments with its current pilots
Romain Grosjean scored first championship points on the Haas F1 Group’s debut in Formula 1 – the Frenchman drove at the Australian Broad Prix in the year 2016 a sixth place. He then achieved an excellent fifth place in Bahrain in the next race. In the year 2018 Kevin Magnussen scored a ninth Place in the driver standings. The Dane scored in eleven of 21 Race at the wheel of the VF – 18 High ten placements – including two fifth placements in Bahrain and Austria. Since the cooperation from the year 2017 Grosjean and Magnussen did a remarkable job and were able to set some exclamation marks. This includes the first colon of the group (Broad Prix of Monaco 2016), the best team race result (fourth and fifth place, Broad Prix of Austria 2018) and 2018 the best result so far in the constructors’ championship: fifth place.
“Me would like to express my thanks to both Romain (Grosjean) and Kevin (Magnussen) for their hard work and dedication to the Haas F1 Workers over the past few seasons, “commented Günther Steiner, Team Principal of the Haas F1 Group. And further:” Romain warfare a essential part of our company because we wanted to get a driver on board with speed and experience. His results beginning 2016 were a fair reward, not only for his own skills, but also for the tremendous effort the Workers had put into being in d his starting up this season. When Kevin joined the team a season later, both drivers confirmed their position and both cars scored points. We have many good memories together – especially our season 2018, when we only finished fifth in our third season. Romain and Kevin have contributed significantly to this success. Of course there is still a lot going on in the season 2020 Run. It was undoubtedly a challenging year, but both drivers have everything behind the wheel of the VF – 20. We appreciate your contributions and experiences in helping the Workers move forward to the Abu Dhabi Broad Prix in December. “