Haas stable drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will leave the stable at the end of this season. Both drivers handled the issue themselves.

Grosjean told him about the parting of him and the stables at the end of the season on Facebook.

– This song is now over and the book is finished. I’ve been with Haas from the first day. In five years, we experienced good and bad moments, but the trip was worth it. I learned a lot and become a better driver, and that the man, Grosjean write.

A moment later, Magussen also announced on Twitter that he was leaving the stable. Shortly after this news, Haas also confirmed the matter.

Magnussen has been driving at Haas since 2017.

In addition to Haas, Grosjean, who debuted in the 2009 F1 series, has driven 175 GP starts on Renault and Lotus. The Frenchman, who has collected 391 World Championship points, has risen to the podium 10 times. This season, he has collected two World Championship points.

Magnussen debuted in formula number one at McLaren in 2014. In addition, he has driven at Renault. There are 114 GP starts and 158 World Championship points.

Russian has been rumored to be the drivers for next season in Haas Nikita Mazepinia and great in the F2 series Mick Schumacheria. Also Sergio Perez, Nico Hulkenberg and Robert Shwartzman have been speculating.