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GP Week : Issue 54
Glock, Rosberg on the move WITH the mid-point of the 2009 season upon the Formula 1 circus, silly season and rumours of driver moves have started to crop up. By far the two strongest stories at present revolve around two of the sport’s young German drivers, who are set for new teams in 2010. Toyota’s Timo Glock is believed to have agreed in principle to a move to McLaren Mercedes in place of Heikki Kovalainen. Glock cryptically stated over the German Grand Prix weekend, when asked about his future, that “these questions are sometimes quite difficult to answer but let’s say the future doesn’t look too bad.” McLaren is believed to have until the end of July to take up its option on Kovalainen for 2010. It is thought unlikely that the team will do so, and that Glock would be the perfect partner for Lewis Hamilton, both in terms of his competitiveness, and his nationality, which would keep Mercedes happy. The other young German driver thought to be on the move is Nico Rosberg, as the story which did the rounds this time last season has once again come to the fore. GPWeek understands that Rosberg has all but signed to race for BMW-Sauber in 2010 in place of countryman Nick Heidfeld, after admitting to the press that he is looking at his options. 10