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Danish
4 July 1973 (46)
Ernst Loof (4 July 1907)
Johnnie Parsons (4 July 1918)
Wolfgang Seidel (4 July 1926)
Jim McWithey (4 July 1927)
Ernie Pieterse (4 July 1938)
René Arnoux (4 July 1948)
Roland Ratzenberger (4 July 1960)

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6th (1998 Canadian Grand Prix)
6th (1997 Austrian Grand Prix)
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1995 Pacific Grand Prix
1998 Canadian Grand Prix

about Jan Magnussen

Jan Ellegaard Magnussen (born 4 July 1973) is a Danish professional racing driver and a factory driver for General Motors. He has competed in several of the most prestigious events in motor sport including CART, NASCAR, the FIA Formula One World Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans.


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seasons

1995, 1997, 1998,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1995 Mika Häkkinen
Mark Blundell
Nigel Mansell
McLaren compare 1995
1997 Rubens Barrichello
Stewart compare 1997
1998 Rubens Barrichello
Jos Verstappen
Stewart compare 1998

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Hulkenberg is favourite to replace Romain Grosjean alongside Magnussen at Haas in 2020, should the US-owned team decide to make a change.<br>Following an incident in the 2017 Hungarian GP, Magnussen famously told Hulkenberg to "suck my balls" after they met in the TV pen after the race.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Ocon to replace Hulkenberg at Renault<br>Hulkenberg: Renault's Ocon choice "not only ...

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Both Magnussen and his current teammate Romain Grosjean have come under fire from Steiner for several clashes this season that have contributed to an overall disappointing campaign for the American outfit so far.<br>But Magnussen has outscored Grosjean 18 points to eight, and has a contract running through 2020, whereas the Frenchman - who has been with Haas since it joined F1 in 2016 - is a free ...

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Magnussen was robust in holding off Daniel Ricciardo as they battled it out for 13th, but the way he sometimes moved across the track in the braking zones led his Renault rival to complain over the radio.<br>With race control having been alerted about what was going on, it duly informed Haas to warn them that what its driver was doing could not continue – and a short message was passed on ...

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Ricciardo believes that Magnussen was not complying with the protocol on not moving in the braking area, and having initially resisted the urge to do so, the Aussie ultimately complained to his Renault team when Magnussen did it repeatedly.<br>The Haas pitwall received a warning from race director Michael Masi that was passed on to its driver.<br>“I let the first two go, I didn’t come on the ...

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Grosjean and Magnussen made contact at the Turn 6 hairpin late on after Magnussen moved to the inside of Grosjean through the corner on lap 56 of 64. Light contact meant both drivers were able to continue and Haas scored a double-points finish with Grosjean leading Magnussen home in ninth, but both drivers were placed under investigation.<br>When asked if the drivers could have thrown away a team ...

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Magnussen evaluated the latest updates in the second practice session but was 1.29s slower than teammate Romain Grosjean, who has reverted to the VF19’s original specification as raced in Melbourne four months ago.<br>During FP1 Magnussen ran a specification introduced at the Spanish Grand Prix in May, and was seven tenths slower than Grosjean.<br>Over the course of the season a pattern has ...

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Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean ran side-by-side through the first few corners at the start of the British Grand Prix before making contact through the flat-out left kink onto the Wellington Straight. <br>The impact punctured Magnussen’s left-rear tyre and Grosjean’s right rear, both drivers’ feedback over the radio was limited to swearing, and their races ended a few laps after the ...

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After Magnussen stated in a radio message that he was enduring the "worst experience" he'd ever had in a racing car, Steiner intervened and told the Dane that "enough was enough."<br>Following his qualifying crash, Magnussen started from the pitlane with a set-up gamble that didn't pay off and left him with a difficult car.<br>On the in-lap to the pits after the race, Magnussen apologised to the ...

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Magnussen started from the pitlane after his huge crash in Q2 led Haas to switch to the spare chassis and a new gearbox, obliging the crew to work late into the night.<br>Having dropped out of parc ferme the team was free to make any changes it wanted, and it went for a set-up that it hoped would help the Dane to progress up the field.<br>However the changes didn’t pay off, and having struggled ...

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Losing control of his car at the final corner, Magnussen brushed the wall on exit before hurtling towards the pit wall on the opposite side of the circuit, crashing heavily and returning to the outside of the track.<br>Although the Haas driver held onto his position in Q3, the car was heavily damaged - meaning Magnussen qualified 10th by default, with a subsequent chassis change consigning him to ...

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Magnussen started fifth and best of the rest in Monaco, but lost a place to Daniel Ricciardo at the start.<br>However, along with Ricciardo and others, he then fell down the order when he pitted under the early safety car, while rivals stayed out.<br>He eventually crossed the line in 12th, but lost two further places for gaining an advantage while battling with Sergio Perez.<br>Magnussen realised ...

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The two Haas drivers were battling over seventh position after the safety car restart late on in the Spanish Grand Prix when they touched as Magnussen attacked at the inside of the first corner.<br>Grosjean ran wide and dropped back as result, going on to finish 10th, while Magnussen finished seventh.<br>Haas boss Gunther Steiner had urged his drivers to quickly put the incident behind them, but ...

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Magnussen posted his time of 1m18.101s 90 minutes before the end of the morning's running using the C3 Pirellis, which were allocated as the softs for last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.<br>Fuoco posted his fastest time on the same tyre compound during a brief spell of running between the first two of a flurry of red flags in the final hour – one caused by Daniel Ticktum's Red Bull stopping near ...

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After an encouraging opening round at Melbourne, in which Haas had a strong lead at the front of the midfield pack, the team has failed to score in the intervening races.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Spanish GP: Bottas beats Hamilton to pole by 0.6s<br><br><br>Having struggled to get the tyres within the operating range, the high-energy nature of the Barcelona circuit has helped the team return to its ...

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Red Bull's Verstappen was left furious after failing to cross the start/finish line in time to complete his final flying lap in Q3 after being overtaken by the Ferrari driver, as well as Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo.<br>The Dutchman argued drivers have an unwritten rule to not overtake each other during the warm-up lap, and claimed his rivals had "f****d up my entire ...

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The Dane had just missed out on pipping Red Bull's Max Verstappen for fifth on the grid at Sakhir as Haas carried over the strong form it has shown in the season opener in Australia.<br>But hopes of another good points haul quickly evaporated as he fell down the order and struggled for grip throughout the grand prix, eventually coming home a disappointing 13th.<br>Speaking afterwards, Magnussen ...

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The Haas drivers emerged as the class of the midfield as the grid was set for the first F1 race of the season, Romain Grosjean and Magnussen qualifying sixth and seventh behind the two Mercedes, two Ferraris, and Max Verstappen's Red Bull.<br>Magnussen was deeply impressed with the performance, claiming that he can't fathom that his car isn't the class of the entire field.<br>"I think generally ...

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Wider and simpler front and rear wings have been introduced this year in a bid to try to help improve overtaking, with the 2018 cars having been notoriously difficult at running close together on track.<br>While there has been a great deal of scepticism about how much of a difference the changes will make, Magnussen said he was hugely encouraged by the totally different feel he had when shadowing ...

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Last year, Magnussen lashed out at having to drive "like a grandmother" after he was disqualified from the United States Grand Prix for exceeding the 105kg fuel limit by 170g.<br>That fuel limit has been upped by 5kg for 2019 and while it is not guaranteed teams will embrace the opportunity for a bigger fuel tank, Magnussen hopes the change – plus Pirelli targeting more conservative tyres – ...

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Haas proved to be one of the surprises of 2018, as it battled with Renault for fourth place in the constructors' championship during what was its best campaign so far in F1.<br>And although the outfit has fewer staff that many of its midfield rivals, Magnussen thinks that the culture at his team that has evolved because it is so small is allowing it to thrive.<br>"It forces us to be very focused ...

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The Dane was on the receiving end of criticism from several rivals for his robust driving this year, which included a famous row with Fernando Alonso during qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix.<br>But Steiner, who re-signed Magnussen to a new contract, thinks that the perception of his driver does not match reality.<br>"Let's put that one right: he is the guy with the least penalties," said ...

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Grosjean failed to score points in any of the first eight races of the season, suffering a high-profile botched pitstop in Australia but also making major errors in Azerbaijan and Spain.<br>Magnussen scored 27 points in that same period, but Grosjean hit back with fourth place – Haas’s best result in F1 – in Austria and then finished in the top 10 in seven of the next 12 grands ...

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Although Haas had the fourth quickest car at times this year, it readily admits that its hopes of a better spot in the constructors’ championship were hit by a number of incidents and accidents.<br>“This year has felt like a lot of things that could go wrong did go wrong,” said Magnussen, who is confident that key lessons have been learned.<br>“It’s one of those where the wind is always ...

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Magnussen scored his career-best championship finish of ninth, with Haas also enjoying its most successful campaign to date to end the year fifth in the constructors'. Though Magnussen revealed earlier this year he had created a fictional 'Class B' title in his mind, he has admitted he is not happy to have to settle for a second-tier contest behind Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. "It does ...

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The Haas driver was found to have not kept below the maximum time for his in-lap in Q2, having been knocked out in the second session. But although he explained to the stewards that he had driven so slowly because of giving way to other cars, plus tricky track conditions with the rain, he was still sanctioned. Reprimand news: Vettel gets reprimand, heavy fine for weighbridge ...

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