F1 » Mercedes hope to reveal second F1 driver 'before Christmas'


Who will partner Nico Rosberg at F1 2009 World Champions Mercedes Grand Prix (formerly Brawn GP) next year? Will it be Nick Heidfeld, Robert Kubica, Michael Schumacher or someone else altogether? The mystery goes on, as Nick Fry admits he hopes for a decision by Christmas...

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Cardinal

November 25, 2009 2:38 PM

HEIDFELD! HEIDFELD! HEIDFELD!
But he'll probably get passed over again knowing his luck. Koba would be a good choice, but I can't see Merc biting, plus he is hopefully off to Renault. Kimi can't be a55ed I don't think. Please god don't let Schumacher come back, I had enough of his smug grinning face, underhand tactics and rather camp podium jump last time round.

50 Cent - Unregistered

November 25, 2009 3:02 PM

If they are waiting till Xmas then probably it will be between Kubica and Kimi. I'd love to see Schumi come back although I'm not sure what form he would return in.

Freeder - Unregistered

November 25, 2009 3:04 PM

i don't think brawn mercedes g.p have any other option other than hiring kimi raikkonen if they want to win both the championships again...But,I doubt his presence in the mercedes camp given his huge demands and his intention to go to rallying during the mid season

JT2

November 25, 2009 3:23 PM
Last Edited 1736 days ago

My money is on - Kimis people are talking to them to see whats on offer so Mercedes holding off annoncing Heidfeld just in case there is the slightest chance kimi will drive for them. (That of course doesnt mean kimi himself is interested.

Heidfeld to get the drive unless kimi spoils it for him but more likely Heidfelds seat.

I would like it to be Kimi of course

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