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2 March 1999 (22)
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about Nikita Mazepin

Nikita Dmitryevich Mazepin (Russian: ??????? ??????????? ????????, IPA: [n??k???ta d?m??tr??v??t? m??z?ep??n]; born 2 March 1999) is a Russian racing driver who currently competes in the FIA Formula 2 Championship for Hitech Racing. He is due to race for the Haas F1 Team in the 2021 Formula One World Championship.


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2021 Mick Schumacher
Haas F1 Team compare 2021

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Mazepin made his F1 debut at the start of the year with Haas after graduating from F2, recording his best result to date by finishing 14th in Azerbaijan last weekend.<br>But reports emerged online last week suggesting that Mazepin may be required to complete military service in his native Russia after comments attributed to his father, Dmitry, at a recent economic event in St ...

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Schumacher spent the majority of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix ahead of Mazepin, only for the Russian driver to jump his teammate at the standing start with two laps to go, moving into 13th place.<br>Schumacher was able to gain on Mazepin as their neared the finish line on the final lap, only for Mazepin to move late to the right just as his teammate went to overtake.<br>Mazepin left enough space for ...

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On the first lap, Schumacher went down the inside of the Russian at the hairpin. The two drivers went round the corner side-by-side before the German emerged in front.<br>Later, Schumacher had a fuel pressure issue that slowed him and obliged him to let Mazepin pass. They pair eventually finished 17th and 18th in a race of unusually low attrition.<br>“Yeah, it was very ...

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Following his graduation from F2 to F1 with Haas for 2021, Mazepin has finished as the slowest driver to set a time in qualifying at every race, and as the last classified driver in the three races he has finished.<br>But Mazepin was able to lead Haas's efforts through practice on Thursday in Monaco, finishing ahead of teammate Mick Schumacher in both sessions.<br>Mazepin finished 17th in FP1, two ...

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All of Formula 1’s crop of 2021 rookies have faced some adversity in their short careers so far, but Mazepin certainly has the most to prove after the first four races of the season. While Yuki Tsunoda hit the wall in Imola qualifying, and Mick Schumacher hit it under the safety car, Mazepin’s first-lap Bahrain exit and early Imola clash with Nicholas Latifi put him under the spotlight ...

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The Russian was caught up in a bunch of slow cars ready to start their qualifying laps in Q1 at Barcelona, when Norris's fast-approaching McLaren came up behind them to finish a quick lap.<br>While drivers are supposed to stay in order prior to starting timed laps, Mazepin had found himself jumped by both Kimi Raikkonen and Yuki Tsunoda, who were finishing timed laps and also wanted to get out of ...

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Mazepin's debut F1 campaign got off to a rocky start, marred by errors and a lack of pace compared to fellow Haas debutant Mick Schumacher.<br>At F1 2021's first three race weekends in Bahrain, Imola and Portimao, Mazepin qualified behind the German on each occasion with an average gap of six tenths.<br>Mazepin's Bahrain debut race was over after spinning out of the first sequence of turns, while ...

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Mazepin was handed a five-second time penalty for having impeded then race leader Perez as he came up to lap him, with the pair nearly colliding at Turn 3.<br>The Russian had just emerged from the pits in front of Perez, and didn't spot the Red Bull driver close up behind him. Perez had to take evasive action after Mazepin turned in on him, and the Mexican feared that he had actually hit the Haas ...

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The Russian has endured a baptism of fire after joining the grand prix grid, as a number of spins, crashes and criticisms from rivals have put him under the spotlight.<br>But after taking the chequered flag for the first time at last weekend's Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Mazepin feels that he is making the progress needed – especially considering how tough the step up to F1 is for ...

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The Canadian had spun off the track at Acque Minerali on the opening lap at Imola but managed to get going again. However, as he resumed on the run to the Variante Alta, he tagged Mazepin's front left wheel and was spun around into the wall before the chicane.<br>Reflecting on the incident, Latifi said that he wasn't aware that his Haas competitor was alongside him.<br>"When I came back on, I was ...

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While drivers try to leave each other space to start their qualifying laps, Mazepin tagged himself into Giovinazzi's slipstream on the run down to the start/finish line – and overtook the Alfa Romeo driver.<br>With Giovinazzi's lap instantly ruined, he quickly came on the radio to ask what his Russian rival was doing, as his final effort to try to get out of Q1 was wrecked.<br>Speaking ...

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Just three weeks on from Mazepin's first lap exit at the Bahrain Grand Prix, the youngster endured a difficult first practice at Imola as he spun on his installation lap and the crashed out right at the end.<br>Having had a run of incidents throughout the F1 season opening weekend, Mazepin’s error strewn start to his grand prix career has been notable, with Steiner eager for the young Russian to ...

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Mazepin's F1 debut weekend went from bad to worse when he lost control on the Turn 2 kerbs at the start, veering into the barriers and ending his first race after less than a mile.<br>Mazepin took full responsibility for his mistake, saying his team "deserved better".<br><br>Read Also:<br><br>Mazepin "very angry" with himself for early Bahrain exit<br><br><br>Team principal Steiner said Mazepin ...

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From 19th place on the grid Mazepin tussled with teammate Mick Schumacher going through Sakhir's first corner combination, but then lost control over his car on the Turn 2 exit kerbs.<br>The Russian rookie tried to catch his car but veered off to the left and hit the wall, ending his F1 debut after less than a mile.<br>Mazepin took full responsibility for his mistake, saying he was very sorry for ...

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The Russian rookie, preparing for his maiden race outing in F1, was seen jumping the warm-up lap queue, overtaking three cars running slowly ahead of their final flying laps.<br>F1 drivers have a gentleman's agreement not to overtake each other during warm-up laps.<br>Mazepin, however, passed three rivals before spinning in front of them, ruining the laps of Alpine's Esteban Ocon and Aston ...

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The pair are now teammates at Haas but have competed regularly against each other in junior categories on their way up to F1.<br>But their first encounter on track stands out for Schumacher because he remembers being advised beforehand to keep an eye out for Mazepin’s tactics when they took part in a kart race in Italy.<br>“We’ve known each other since 2013 where we've been teammates at ...

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Haas driver Mazepin continued his preparations for his debut season by completing the early session on Saturday during Bahrain testing, completing 76 laps in total.<br>The Russian driver set the seventh-fastest time of the morning, but almost lost control of his car exiting Turn 3 while closely following Alfa Romeo’s Giovinazzi during the session. He was able to catch the car as it veered to the ...

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Mazepin will make his F1 debut later this month with Haas after graduating from F2, where he finished fifth in last year’s championship.<br>The Russian driver ended last season on 11 penalty points after a string of incidents, leaving him just one shy of the threshold to trigger a one-race ban.<br>Mazepin’s penalty points record is wiped as he moves up to F1, but the same system is in place ...

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"They were careless people, Tom and Daisy. They smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness, or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made."<br>The summation delivered by Nick Carraway in the final chapter is one of the most powerful quotes in F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic The Great ...

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Shortly after being announced as a Haas F1 driver for the 2021 season, a video was uploaded to Mazepin's Instagram account in which he was shown groping a woman's chest in the back of a car.<br>Haas called the incident "abhorrent" and Mazepin apologised before the team dealt with the matter internally, keeping the details of its action private.<br>Speaking in an open media call for the first time ...

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The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) announced in December that it had upheld a ban on Russia from competing at world championship sporting events, relating to state-sponsored doping and cover-ups at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.<br>CAS confirmed that it had cut the four-year ban proposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to two years, meaning there will be no dedicated Russian team ...

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The team released a statement on Wednesday that stated the Russian driver would join Mick Schumacher as an all-rookie line-up for 2021 as previously announced.<br>The team had been conducting an investigation into the incident where Mazepin appeared to inappropriately touch a woman in the back of a car in an incident that took place ahead of the 2020 F1 season finale in Abu Dhabi and was briefly ...

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One week after Haas announced Mazepin would be making his F1 debut with the team next year, a video was briefly uploaded to his Instagram account showing him groping a woman in the back of a car.<br>Haas was quick to condemn Mazepin’s “abhorrent” behaviour, and told Motorsport.com it would be taking the matter “very seriously” ahead of last week’s F1 season finale in Abu ...

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However the Russian chemical company has not given up its claims, and says it will seek to appeal the judgement.<br>Mazepin, father of future Haas F1 team racer Nikita, was one of several parties in the running to buy Force India when the team went into administration in July 2018, and he put in what he believed to be the highest bid.<br>With the clock ticking and complications due to the claims ...

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Mazepin has been undertaking an extensive private testing programme with Mercedes for the past two years, helping his preparations to step up to F1.<br>The Russian driver secured an F1 superlicence by finishing fifth in this year's F2 championship, and will graduate with Haas next year.<br>But Haas is currently addressing an incident involving Mazepin after a video of him groping a woman's chest ...

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