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Haas’ Kevin Magnussen believes the current generation of Formula 1 cars have an “endless amount of grip”, eliminating balance issues.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen said that he found his crash during Q1 at the Japanese Grand Prix “quite embarrassing”.
Robert Kubica will start the Japanese Grand Prix as Williams had to change his chassis following his Q1 crash.
Unlike in recent races when it was the Pirellis that cost Haas race-pace, this time around in Singapore it was a plastic bag that thwarted Kevin Magnussen.
Kevin Magnussen has denied Sergio Perez’s claims he broke a gentleman’s agreement leading to their Singapore GP practice clash.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has said he would welcome a lot more street circuits to the calendar as opposed to traditional race tracks.
Neither Nico Hulkenberg nor Kevin Magnussen have any qualms about teaming up together despite the infamous “suck my balls” comment.
Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg are not the best of friends, but Haas principal Guenther Steiner doesn’t see an issue with them as potential 2020 partners.
McLaren head to Spa determined to consolidate their position as best of the rest with team boss Andreas Seidl warning the battle is not over.
Kevin Magnussen has claimed he doesn’t have any personal issues with Nico Hulkenberg, despite the pair’s prior history.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner has hit back at Daniel Ricciardo after his criticism of Kevin Magnussen’s defensive driving at the Hungarian GP.
Accusing Kevin Magnussen of “moving under braking”, Daniel Ricciardo feels the Haas deserved more than just a warning from the race director in Hungary.
Daniel Ricciardo was less than impressed with the defensive driving of Kevin Magnussen as the pair battled at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen have made it clear they have no issues with each other, with the former getting particularly animated in his responses.
Lance Stroll, Kevin Magnussen, Daniil Kvyat, Romain Grosjean and Robert Kubica fielded questions from the press in Hungary.
As much as he is loath to do it, Guenther Steiner is on the verge of banning Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen from racing against one another.
Both Haas drivers were back in the points in Germany, but not without Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen bumping into each other again.
Kevin Magnussen was left to rue Haas’ latest updates saying they didn’t work in Germany while Romain Grosjean is relishing his return to the past.
Sebastian Vettel topped FP1 for the German GP by a 0.25s over team-mate Charles Leclerc as the heat led to many opting for extremely slow cool down laps and a few near misses.
Following the dramas of Silverstone, Haas’ Romain Grosjean has reminded everyone that he and Kevin Magnussen are “not stupid”.
Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean have both backed the idea of reintroducing refuelling to Formula 1 as part of the 2021 shake-up.
Kevin Magnussen believes it’s “crazy” that Haas can challenge Red Bull in qualifying, but wants to find a way to do it in races.
Guenther Steiner doesn’t care who was responsible, he says his drivers’ collision at the start of the British GP was “not acceptable” and both are in trouble with the team.
With several drivers, including Lewis Hamilton, penalised ahead of Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix, the grid is very different to the timesheet after qualifying.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen has become the fourth driver to be hit with a grid penalty ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen reckons Guenther Steiner was right to call him into line at the Canadian GP, acknowledging that his comments were “more offensive” than he meant.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has said drivers who want less downforce are not capable of driving fast cars.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner says no decisions or even thoughts will be taken on their 2020 driver line-up until the summer break.
Kevin Magnussen says he wasn’t criticising Haas during the Canadian Grand Prix, he was giving voice to his “huge frustrations.”
Haas principal Guenther Steiner confirmed that Kevin Magnussen has apologised for his comments over team radio during the Canadian GP.