Is Daniel a realistic chance of going to Haas? Especially if Alpine somehow lands Gasly?
How much of that is the car seeing some progress this year though?I think he deserved his chance, he won in F2. He has always been a bit of a slower improver as indicative of his progression in F1. Which potential replacement would be better? Giovinazzi never impressed me really.
I'm not a huge Mick fan but I have seen some progress this year.
Rumours Latifi has also been told it's the end of the line for him too.
I think so - difficult to envision any other Ferrari-linked driver that may take the seat. Would he want to, though? And would Haas go that way?
Well they've had the crack at relative inexperience - perhaps they might want to go back to the elder statemen type in Daniel. In addition to that, it's widely mentioned that Daniel and America have a mutual love affair and perhaps that might be a good marketing opportunity for Haas.
See it as a fresh start for both parties and get some decent investment in their cars too. Gene also owns a property in the south west of wa so there’s another link back to Daniel.Well they've had the crack at relative inexperience - perhaps they might want to go back to the elder statemen type in Daniel. In addition to that, it's widely mentioned that Daniel and America have a mutual love affair and perhaps that might be a good marketing opportunity for Haas.
Oh joy a gravel version of astroturfZandvoort's Formula 1 track has fitted an experimental ‘fake’ gravel trap solution for this weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix to help reduce the risk of red flag stoppages.www.autosport.com
not surprising 2 me. hasn't shown much imo.Mick Schumacher looking like he won't have his contract extended.
Thoughts? Another seat to add to the revolving door of drivers but this might spell the end of his F1 stint. Did he deserve the spot in the first place? Did he do enough to retain it?