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Haas have confirmed that Kevin Magnussen will debut the team’s 2017 challenger when pre-season testing begins in Spain.
Kevin Magnussen voted against Halo, adamant that the cockpit protection device goes “against Formula 1’s DNA.”
Kevin Magnussen is hoping that this year’s car will be “more of a driver’s car”; one in which they can push the limits.
Having previously raced for McLaren and Renault, Kevin Magnussen insists resources aren’t “everything” in Formula 1.
After Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul took a swipe at his former driver Kevin Magnussen, the Dane refused to get involved.