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Is Hulkenberg to Haas For 2020 With Magnussen a Good Move?

It looks like Nico Hulkenbergs decision about where he's going to be in 2020 is just around. With that in mind in this video I talk about where he's most likely to go and what impact will this have on his career and other drivers and teams around him.

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Haas sees no issues with Hulkenberg/Magnussen line-up

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 the US-owned team decide to make a change.

Following an incident in the 2017 Hungarian GP, Magnussen famously told Hulkenberg to "suck my balls" after they met in the TV pen after the race.

Hulkenberg and Magnussen's rivalry also formed a key storyline in the Netflix series Drive to Survive, which covered the 2018 season, but Steiner says he's not worried about their history.

"We are running into each other even without history!" he said. "We would manage. I don't think about that, it's not about [them], it's about the team. We are all grown-ups, this is a business.

"I'm sure you have colleagues you don't like to work with. It's a business, I see it like this. You need to be practical with this stuff. But that is not a thing which would influence what we are doing. That is their problem, not ours, should it happen."

Hulkenberg indicated that he'd be happy to partner Magnussen, suggesting that teammates don't necessarily have to be friends.

"I'd love to see that," the German said with a smile. "Honestly, the teammate is the teammate. You have to accept them. With some you get on, but you don't have to get on. Maybe it's better, I don't know. I don't think that would be a deal-breaker for me."

Magnussen also downplayed the rivalry, stressing that there had only been one on-track clash.

"It was dramatised massively, getting really tired of this subject," he said. "Between me and Nico there's really been only once incident in Hungary two years ago. It's incredible we are still talking about it.

"I mean, there's not many drivers who are friends off the track. We say 'hi' to each other when we see each other on the drivers' parade, but there's no issue between us."

Magnussen said he wanted to have a competitive teammate, be it current incumbent Grosjean or someone else.

"Obviously there's no decision on that side so far," said the Dane. "But I'm happy either way, I'm happy with the teammate right now, and I'd be happy with anyone really.

"I think when you're in a midfield team you need a strong teammate, someone who is regarded strongly, rated highly, because that's the only way you can show yourself.

"And if you're not winning races, winning championships, you need someone strong alongside you to show what you can do otherwise it's hard to show what you can do without a strong benchmark next to you. But I feel like I have that now already. So I'm not complaining."

DRIVER MARKET: What now for Nico Hulkenberg?

The most likely move for Hulkenberg looks to be a switch to the Haas team. Romain Grosjean has found himself at odds with Haas’s development direction in 2019, while both he and team mate Kevin Magnussen have had several on-track altercations so far in 2019. So with tensions at Haas currently running high, could Hulkenberg be a welcome palate cleanser for the squad?

“I would say so,” said Haas Team Principal Guenther Steiner in Belgium, when asked if Hulkenberg was on his shortlist. “There are not many drivers [in F1]. Our team always has drivers with experience, so for sure there is interest… There is interest for Romain as well, so we just need to decide who we go with.”

Of course, one potential issue could be Hulkenberg’s previously fraught relationship with Magnussen, with the Dane famously having instructed Hulkenberg to suck on a certain part of his anatomy after they clashed at the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix.

But Hulkenberg didn’t see that as a barrier to him joining the team.
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Kevin Jan Magnussen (born 5 October 1992) is a Danish racing driver, currently driving for the Haas F1 Team. The son of four-time Le Mans GT class winner, GM factory driver and former Formula One driver Jan Magnussen, Kevin Magnussen came up through McLaren Formula One team's Young Driver Programme and drove for McL... More
Haas Formula LLC, competing as Haas F1 Team, (previously known as Haas Formula and Haas Racing Developments) is a Formula One racing team established by NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series team co-owner Gene Haas in April 2014. The team originally intended to make its début at the start of the 2015 season, but later e... More