F1 » Heidfeld out of Renault running as he accepts Mercedes reserve role

Nick Heidfeld's career as an active F1 driver could be over at the age of just 32, it appears, after the BMW refugee agrees terms to join Mercedes Grand Prix as test and reserve driver in 2010.

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maio - Unregistered

January 24, 2010 11:30 PM

Canada 08 was all up to luck for BMW, look at Kubica's strategy to Heidfeld's, RK 2 stop and NH 1 stop both with soft tyres and if there was a sefety car NH would have won and if there wasnt which there was not RK would have won. 08 was for Kubica completely if your smart enough to look at the cars, Both were set to agressive driving NH is smooth, RK is aggresive thats why NH couldnt qualify well cause he couldnt get heat into tyres

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