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Haas has confirmed that Kevin Magnussen is also running for the team in 2020, but it is uncertain whether it will be Romain Grosjean, who continues as the dane's mate.
German Nico Hülkenberg has been mentioned as the hottest candidate to replace the frenchman, but now reveals Haas-boss Günther Steiner, also a second German has asked for the seat.
There is talk about the 24-year-old Pascal Wehrlein, who has 40 Formula 1 races on cv by 2016 and 2017.
- He was on the field for a couple of years ago, when he came and visited me, and asked if there was an opportunity, says Steiner in an hour-long interview with Germany's leading racer podcast Starting Grid.
- I said 'unfortunately not', because he has been out of Formula 1 in two years. We want someone who has experience and has been in Formula 1 for a long time, says Steiner.
Wehrlein drove 21 races for the Manor in 2016 and secured a single WORLD championship point, while it was five points, when he ran 19 races for Sauber in 2017.
Since then Wehrlein in 2018 has been the test driver for Mercedes and in 2019 has been test driver for Ferrari, while in parallel run the first in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters and also in the electric car series, Formula E, where it has been for the a single who came in third.
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Wehrlein from the Formula 1-this time, in the Sauber in 2017 - here together with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel. Photo: Hassan Ammar/Ritzau Scanpix
Wehrlein has racing number 94 in the Formula E - here in New York during in the month of July. Photo: Dennis Schneidler/Ritzau Scanpix
the Sun has gone up and down many times since Pascal Wehrleins latest Formula 1 race in 2017. Photo: Luca Bruno/Ritzau Scanpix
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The american Haas team have been running Formula 1 for nearly four seasons. The first season was with the mexican Esteban Gutiérrez as a companion to Grosjean, while the dane and frenchman have been companions for nearly three seasons.
In 2020, it seems to be either a Danish-French repetition or a Danish-German partnership, but it will not be with Wehrlein, but rather Nico Hülkenberg, who has driven in Formula 1 since 2010, but now is pushed out after three years at Renault.
Ekstra Formula 1 expert Jason Watt has previously identified, who he sees as team mate to Kevin Magnussen, and you can read RIGHT HERE.
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