Steiner "not thinking about" replacing a driver mid-season

01-08-2019 14:54
by Adam Newton
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Steiner not thinking about replacing a driver mid-season

Guenther Steiner says that he is not looking to replace either of his drivers mid season despite the two clashing on track at the last two races.

In the British Grand Prix, drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean touched on the first lap, leading to both drivers retiring early, and then last week in Germany they clashed wheels at the hairpin.

Luckily, the incident at Hockenheim didn't force them to retire and they came home to take their best points haul of the season.

Steiner told reporters at the Hungaroring that he is not considering a driver change: “I’m not thinking about that. It’s part of it, but that doesn’t make a lot of sense. Then you just open up more questions than answers.

“You disrupt a lot of other things, so that would be a desperate move almost if I have to do that one.”

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