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Glock to leave Marussia, F1

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    magon4
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    Timo Glock has left Marussia and probably Formula 1 – source is Sport Bild plus. The announcement should occur in the near future. A move to the DTM seems very likely, after three years at the team.
    I think it’s a shame, he did not quite get the opportunity to show how far he could have come in F1. For me, he was one of the best 10 drivers on the grid, maybe even better.
    Glock competed in 91 F1 races.

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    Thread closed: There’s an article on this on the main site now:

    Timo Glock to leave Marussia according to German media

    #224074
    Avatar of Alfie
    Alfie
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    Any ideas for replacements?

    #224075
    Avatar of magon4
    magon4
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    No idea whatsoever. Curios, though…

    #224076
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    magon4
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    Petrov maybe?

    #224077
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    sozavele
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    I thought Petrov, could put Heikki up there too that depends on whether Marussia are letting him go for a pay driver instead, if Timo left, I think he gets paid, the could pay Heikki, but then if Petrov can’t get a Caterham deal due to sponsorship, why would Marussia take him if they want a pay driver, apart from the Russian factor. Other than that I’m thinking Sutil or Kobayashi, even though he said he wont be on the grid.

    #224078
    Avatar of Nicholas Sunderland
    Nicholas Sunderland
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    Well… Is the source 100% reliable?

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