Hulkenberg-Magnussen rivalry 'exaggerated' in Netflix series
Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg have denied that their feud is still simmering. In the newly released Netflix series 'Drive to Survive', Magnussen - who famously told Hulkenberg to "suck my balls" in 2017 - is depicted as still prioritising his rivalry with the German.
An episode based on last year's United States Grand Prix centralises on a perceived battle between Hulkenberg and Magnussen, although the German finished three places ahead of the Haas driver, who was later disqualified from the race – two points missing from the episode's reporting.
Tied into the wider context of Haas and Renault's battle for fourth place in last year's constructors' championship, the rivalry is described as heated, however Magnussen says he holds no grudge towards Hulkenberg.
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