The French pilot Romain Grosjean and the danish pilot Kevin Magnussen announced this Thursday that they will leave Haas at the end of this season, ending his five- and four-year stints on the American team, respectively.
Grosjean, 34, came to Haas in 2016 after his previous stints with the Renault and Lotus teams. The Frenchman is one of the oldest drivers on the current grid with a total of 177 Grand Prix in which he has been on the podium ten times.
For his part, Magnussen passed through the McLaren and Renault teams before arriving at Haas in 2017. The 28-year-old Nordic has played 114 races in the Formula 1 and has a podium on its record.
This season, Haas is the second worst team in the competition just ahead of Williams with a total of three points, two from Grosjean, after his ninth place in the last Eifel Grand Prix, and one from Magnussen, who was tenth in Hungary.