Kevin Magnussen has said he has no intention of apologising to Nico Hulkenberg following their clash in Hungary, with both drivers agreeing that they just don’t like each other.
Hulkenberg confronted Magnussen in the paddock in Budapest after the latter ran him off the track, prompting the Haas driver to tell Hulkenberg that he can “suck his balls”.
Magnussen has watched the race incident back and, while he admits he was aggressive, he will not be seeking Hulkenberg out for a chat about it.
“I watched the incident afterwards and it was hard driving from my side,” Magnussen told the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet.
“I try my best and, yes, sometimes I squeeze the lemon as tightly as possible and go over the 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 keen to speak to Magnussen, telling Bild newspaper: “No. And we will not. There’s nothing to clarify.”