Friday, April 19, 2024

Haas choirs deny contract extension

2024 may be Kevin Magnussen's last year in Formula 1. The rumor mill is not ready to say the same about Nico Hulkenberg. However, the German denies a contract extension.

More than a handful of Formula 1 stars are officially out of a job after this season. That includes both Haas faucets.

But Nico Hülkenberg in particular is not yet ready to see Nico Hülkenberg leave Formula 1. In any case, a journalist from the American media Sports Illustrated writes on the social media "X" that Hülkenberg already has an extension in place with Haas.

PlanetF1 writes that.

An extension that keeps the German in the Haas garage until at least the end of 2025. Hülkenberg himself must have confirmed that, it says.

READ ALSO: BMW owner in shock over bill of DKK 491,000

But if you ask Nico Hülkenberg, there is nothing to talk about. There is no contract extension on the table.

– Now don't believe everything. Someone has taken a joke a little too seriously, writes the German on his own profile on the social media.

Something that, on the other hand, is completely fixed is that both Mercedes and Ferrari must have new tires in 2025. The latter is ready to pay huge sums for it. Read more about it here .

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