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Haas retains Romain Grosjean alongside Kevin Magnussen for 2020

Haas has revealed that it will field an unchanged driver line-up in Formula 1 next season, opting to retain Romain Grosjean alongside Kevin Magnussen. Haas already had Magnussen under contract for 2020 but was evaluating whether to retain Grosjean or recruit soon-to-be-ex-Renault racer Nico Hulkenberg. After assessing its options Haas has now given the nod to incumbent Grosjean, meaning Haas will field the same driver line-up for a fourth straight campaign. Hulkenberg is ostensibly facing an uncertain future which could leave him departing Formula 1 at the end of the year. Grosjean joined Haas for its inaugural campaign in 2016, following two prior spells at Renault and Lotus, where he...
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