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They say Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsport but Esteban Ocon challenged that claim with a bizarre crash in FP3 at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen has been given two penalty points following his forceful duel with Nicholas Latifi at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
While Kevin Magnussen does not feel there was any malice from Alex Albon, he still thinks his overtake attempt was “poorly judged”.
Kevin Magnussen says that the Haas VF-20 lacks pace but is generally pleased with how it drives, especially compared to its predecessor.
Kevin Magnussen has an injured Haas strategist to thank for his Hungarian GP point with Guenther Steiner revealing Mike Caulfield made the call.
Kevin Magnussen has indicated that Haas’ lack of pace so far this season is down to their Ferrari engine rather than anything the team have done with the car.
Kevin Magnussen is remaining pretty relaxed about his contract situation at Haas, saying he can only continue to the best he can.
Haas’ Romain Grosjean has confirmed that an ERS water pump issue confined him to the garage during qualifying for the Styrian GP.
Haas have confirmed that Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen’s retirements in Austria were both down to brake failures.
Kevin Magnussen has said he is “not too nervous” about racing in a Formula 1 car again as drivers blow off the cobwebs this weekend in Austria.
Kevin Magnussen has downplayed concerns the drivers will be rusty when they take to the track in Austria, seven months after the 2019 season concluded.
Kevin Magnussen says he has “no idea” what Haas’s pace will be like in Austria, but expects answers from the doubleheader.
Kevin Magnussen has been left pondering whether things could have turned out differently if the timings were better over an available Ferrari seat.
He’s had run-ins with countless drivers and caused controversy both on and off track. Next up on our list of villains, it’s Kevin Magnussen.
Kevin Magnussen says he wants to remain at Haas beyond this year, but would leave if they ask him to pay for his seat under the new budget cap
Several drivers expect chaos when Formula 1 returns with everyone rusty from their extended break, but Kevin Magnussen doesn’t.
Kevin Magnussen concedes he has “overstepped the line” in some of his ontrack battles but says he is not the only one who has done so.
Kevin Magnussen does not envisage that much of a struggle for drivers to get back to full race fitness once Formula 1 returns.
Kevin Magnussen thinks the current crisis could actually provide opportunity for Haas rather than lead to the team leaving the sport.
Kevin Magnussen reckons his dad’s time in Formula 1 “helped me more than it’s hurt me” as he looked to make his own way into the sport.
Kevin Magnussen won’t rule out returning to either McLaren or Renault, revealing bridges weren’t “burnt” when he parted ways with the teams.
When all is said and done in his F1 career, Kevin Magnussen would “love” to swap over to America’s IndyCar series.
Kevin Magnussen doubts Liberty Media will be fitting 18 races into just six months, saying even trying to do that would be “crazy”.
Kevin Magnussen has said that Netflix’s Drive to Survive documentary made Haas team-mate Romain Grosjean look like his “enemy”.
Guenther Steiner says he won’t cry over the three hours of track time Haas lost on Friday as the rest of the week’s test went “well”.
Kevin Magnussen concedes his excitement or lack thereof ahead of Australia will depend on how Haas perform over the next two weeks in pre-season testing.
Kevin Magnussen may be spending 2020 with Haas but he’s dreaming of stepping up next year as he wants to be in a position to fight for the World title.
Falling to ninth in 2019, Kevin Magnussen is confident Haas is not at the start of a decline such as the one that has blighted Williams in recent years.
Parting ways with Rich Energy in 2019, Haas are reportedly set to return to the grey and red colours of 2018.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner admits that after the British GP he thought Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean were “not manageable anymore”.