It is "too early" to be linking Danica Patrick with F1's newest team, the 2016 debutant Haas.
American Patrick, the world's most famous female racing driver, already drives for Haas' Nascar team, the jointly Tony Stewart-owned Stewart-Haas.
"You know, everything is possible," Gunther Steiner, who is the boss of the new Haas Formula team, said in Montreal at the weekend.
At the same time, 61-year-old Haas reportedly told an American television network that Patrick, 32, would be a "good candidate" for the F1 team.
"The ideal candidate would be an American driver," he told NBC recently.
Steiner, however, has now told Speed Week: "It's much too early...
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