The brand-new haas pilot Nico Gutenberg is the only German Formula 1 master motorist, the only German Formula 1 master driver for the coming season. No, not, said Gutenberg in a media round to a corresponding concern prior to the final test drives in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday. I don't feel any pressure from this side.
- Germany was really spoiled for decades
- The fire to be in Solution 1
- How does the relationship with Rasmussen end up being?
The 35-year-old gets Mick schumacher's cockpit for 2023 from the United States group, who triggered fantastic interest at Mercedes as a replacement driver. Aston-Martin motorist sebastian vettel ended his career on Sunday.
Germany was really spoiled for decades
These are natural cycles that nations reoccur in Formula 1, Gutenberg explained. Germany was extremely spoiled with Michael (schumacher), (Nico) Robert, Sebastian (Vettel) and Mercedes as a producer for decades. In Gutenberg's 2010 premiere season, even seven German chauffeurs had actually been at the start.
The fire to be in Solution 1
At the end of 2019, the Rhinelander had no longer received a contract from Renault as a routine pilot. After strong missions as a test driver at Racing Point and the follow-up team Aston Martin, he now gives his return. The test in Abu Dhabi is a little foretaste of a sensation for the vehicle, said Gutenberg. The appetite for racing, the fire to be in Formula 1, all of this is totally there with him.
How does the relationship with Rasmussen end up being?
Haas has a chauffeur pairing that is pre-contaminated. In 2017 at the Grand Prix in Hungary, Gutenberg and Kevin Rasmussen only got together on the track, then verbally later on. The Dane was when again the most unsportsmanlike motorist in the field, the Renault pilot at the time killed during a TV interview about the then Haas motorist. Rasmussen replied this with an insult under the belt.
How his dedication as a Formula 1 specialist for Serves television continues is not yet clear. That will still be shown, stated Gutenberg.
The new haas pilot Nico Gutenberg is the only German Formula 1 master motorist, the only German Formula 1 master chauffeur for the coming season. These are natural cycles that countries come and go in Formula 1, Gutenberg described. In Gutenberg's 2010 best season, even seven german drivers had been at the start.
The Dane was once again the most unsportsmanlike driver in the field, the Renault pilot at the time killed during a TV interview about the then Haas driver.
I expect a great relationship, stated Gutenberg. We clarified the occurrence and broke the ice at the start of the year. I informed him the same things as 2017, he found it amusing and funny, said Gutenberg totally relaxed.