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Haas 'will talk' with Domenicali

Thursday 1st May 2014

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Haas 'will talk' with Domenicali

Haas 'will talk' with Domenicali

Stefano Domenicali may not be away from the F1 paddock for too long with reports claiming Gene Haas will be talking to him.

Earlier this month, Domenicali walked away from Ferrari after yet another disappointing start to the Championship.

The Italian has been linked to a job in his country's basketball association while now Haas, whose F1 team is expected to debut in 2015, is also in the hunt.

Günther Steiner, the former Red Bull chief technical officer who is now working with Haas, revealed that talks would take place.

"I have no idea what he's doing or if he has something but we will certainly talk to him," Auto Bild quotes Steiner as having said.

However, he's not the only candidate as former Mercedes motorsport boss Norbert Haug is also being touted as a possible candidate.

Steiner refused to rule out either as they are both "good people" who are "very valuable" having been in Formula 1 for many years.

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