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Kevin Magnussen

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Danish
5 October 1992 (27)
José Froilán González (5 October 1922)
Michael Andretti (5 October 1962)

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1 (0.9%)
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2nd (2014 Australian Grand Prix)
4th
7
108
106
158 (1.5 points per race avg)
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2 (1.9%)
19 (17.6%)
2014 Australian Grand Prix
2020 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

about Kevin Magnussen

Kevin Jan Magnussen (born 5 October 1992) is a Danish racing driver, currently driving for the Haas F1 Team. The son of four-time Le Mans GT class winner, GM factory driver and former Formula One driver Jan Magnussen, Kevin Magnussen came up through McLaren Formula One team's Young Driver Programme and drove for McLaren in the 2014 Formula One World Championship.


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seasons

2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
2014 Jenson Button
McLaren compare 2014
2015 Fernando Alonso
Jenson Button
McLaren compare 2015
2016 Jolyon Palmer
Renault compare 2016
2017 Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team compare 2017
2018 Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team compare 2018
2019 Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team compare 2019
2020 Romain Grosjean
Haas F1 Team compare 2020

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Magnussen believes that his car lost performance because older parts were re-used after his heavy crash on the first lap of the previous weekend’s British GP.<br>In Sunday's race the Dane had made two tyre stops by lap 20, and retired after 43 laps following a long stint on the hard compound that failed to work out for him. He also received a time penalty for rejoining the track in a ...

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Magnussen crashed out at the end of the opening lap of Sunday's race at Silverstone after being hit by Albon at the final corner.<br>A mistake by Magnussen exiting the penultimate corner left him out of shape for Club, opening the door for Albon to try and overtake up the inside.<br>But Albon soon found there was not enough room to pass the Haas car, resulting in contact despite a late attempt to ...

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Haas called both Grosjean and Magnussen into the pits at the end of the formation lap to make the switch to slick tyres after initially planning to start on intermediates and wets respectively.<br>The strategy call lifted the Haas drivers as high as third and fourth once the rest of the field had made the switch to slicks, laying the foundations for Magnussen's run to ninth place.<br>But the ...

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F1 bosses are currently working on plans to create a "biosphere" at the Red Bull Ring so the Austrian Grand Prix can go ahead as planned on 5 July.<br>The race will have to be run behind closed doors, with extensive protocols and testing in place for all attending to ensure the environment is safe to work in.<br>It would mark a return to racing for the F1 grid after over eight months out of action ...

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The Dane is at the centre of big drama in the Haas episode when team boss Gunther Steiner gives him and teammate Romain Grosjean a dressing down after they clashed at the British Grand Prix.<br>Although the Netflix cameras were not present in Steiner's office during the heated exchange, the microphones do pick up what was said.<br>Steiner is heard saying: "I have fu**ing had enough of both of you ...

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Friday’s running was interrupted initially when Romain Grosjean suffered a water leak. In the afternoon session Magnussen speared off the track after the right rear wheel spacer failed, damaged the rim, and caused the air to leak out of the tyre.<br>The Dane spun and just clipped the tyre wall, but while damage was relatively minor the team decided not to rush repairs just to get him out at the ...

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The Pole was on his first flying lap ot he Interlagos weekend, having given his car to Nicholas Latifi for FP1, when his Williams snapped out of control in what he called a "nasty way".<br>It struck an unprotected Armco barrier with the left front.<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Brazilian GP: Vettel pips Leclerc by 0.021s in second practice<br>Albon not to blame for FP1 crash, says ...

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The Dane slid into the gravel on the penultimate lap of the race at the Circuit of the Americas after suffering a brake failure at the end of the back straight.<br>As his car came to a rest in the gravel Magnussen radioed his team to say "yep, told ya", having been told to adjust his brake balance seconds before the failure.<br>"I had a long pedal the whole race and I was asking them to have a ...

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In a bid to make F1's turbo hybrids faster and more spectacular, the aero and tyre rules were revamped from 2017.<br>The result of more downforce and wider tyres has been a ramping up of cornering speeds, and it has meant cars feel much better through the turns than ever before.<br>But, according to Magnussen, that has had the unintended consequence of disguising balance and handling problems with ...

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Magnussen was eliminated early in qualifying on Sunday morning when he lost the rear of his car on the exit of the final chicane and crashed through the kink before the finish line. <br>Haas repaired his car and fitted a new gearbox in time for the race, which took place just a few hours later because of the unusual schedule at Suzuka enforced by Typhoon Hagibis, but Magnussen finished down in ...

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The Dane was given a five-second penalty at Sochi for not passing to the left of two cones in the run off area for Turn 2, after he ran off the track during a battle with Racing Point’s Sergio Perez.<br>After the race he slammed the decision, which cost him one place, as "bullshit", while his team boss Gunther Steiner blamed a "stupid idiot steward" for what happened.<br>Although Magnussen has ...

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The Haas driver had been locked in a battle with Racing Point's Sergio Perez for seventh place, but braked too late defending the position and ran across the dome kerbs at Sochi's second corner.<br>Drivers who miss the kerbs completely are supposed to rejoin the track through two bollards.<br>Although Magnussen had instead hit the kerb, he still attempted to follow the procedure. However, due to ...

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Magnussen had looked on course for an eighth-place finish at the Marina Bay circuit but it all went wrong after the final safety car period when a clear plastic bag got stuck in the left side of front wing – badly affecting the car's aerodynamics.<br>The bag, which can be seen in the exclusive photograph below, cost the Haas driver around four seconds per lap of pace.<br>The team had no choice ...

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Perez suggested Magnussen had not stuck to an unwritten rule between F1 drivers in second practice on Friday, after Magnussen tried to pass Perez exiting the final chicane before the double-left hander that ends the lap as both were completing outlaps.<br>Magnussen was squeezed into the wall and Perez was subsequently reprimanded as the stewards determined he had driven "unnecessarily slowly ...

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In Friday’s second practice session, Magnussen was squeezed into the wall exiting the final chicane before the double-left hander that ends the lap.<br>Both drivers were on out-laps and preparing for their final qualifying simulations in the first half of the session.<br>Perez had been made aware he had Magnussen “directly behind” earlier on his out-lap but slowed right down at the final ...

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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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