Kevin Magnussen has pronounced he has no goal of apologising to Nico Hulkenberg following their strife in Hungary, with both drivers similar that they only don’t like any other.
Hulkenberg confronted Magnussen in a paddock in Budapest after a latter ran him off a track, call a Haas motorist to tell Hulkenberg that he can “suck his b*lls”.
Magnussen has watched a competition occurrence behind and, while he admits he was aggressive, he will not be seeking Hulkenberg out for a discuss about it.
“I watched a occurrence thereafter and it was tough pushing from my side,” Magnussen told a Danish journal Ekstra Bladet.
“I try my best and, yes, infrequently we fist a lemon as firmly as probable and go over a limit.
“But I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to get results.
“We haven’t spoken, and we will not.”
Hulkenberg is also not penetrating to pronounce to Magnussen, revelation Bild newspaper: “No. And we will not. There’s zero to clarify.”