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Hulkenberg: Alfa Romeo seat is no longer in my hands

Alfa Romeo and Williams are emerging as Nico Hulkenberg's only potential options to remain in Formula 1 next year as Haas shocked the Formula 1 world by announcing they were keeping Romain Grosjean for 2020. 'I was talking to Haas seriously, but for a number of reasons we did not get together,' German Hulkenberg said on Thursday. Haas boss Gunther Steiner explained: 'Yes we were talking with each other, but we never had a fixed agreement on contract details.' Explaining the decision to keep Grosjean, he added: 'We took a step backwards this year and now we have to solve our technical problems. 'With all his strengths and weaknesses, we know Romain, he knows the problems of our car, and a...
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