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Kevin Magnussen, F1 driver

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Danish
5 October 1992 (30)
José Froilán González (5 October 1922)
Michael Andretti (5 October 1962)

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1 (0.7%)
1 ( Brazilian Grand Prix) (0.7%)
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2nd (2014 Australian Grand Prix)
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145
138
183 (1.3 points per race avg)
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2 (1.4%)
26 (17.9%)
2014 Australian Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi 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, 2022,

finishing positions

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1 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix round 21 Haas F1 Team

teams & teammates Kevin Magnussen

season teammate
2014 Jenson Button
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2015 Jenson Button
Fernando Alonso
McLaren compare 2015
2016 Jolyon Palmer
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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
Pietro Fittipaldi
Haas F1 Team compare 2020
2022 Mick Schumacher
Haas F1 Team compare 2022

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Magnussen’s F1 career looked to have ended in 2020 when he was dropped by Haas at the end of the season, prompting him to move into sportscar racing in the United States.
But after Nikita Mazepin’s contract was terminated in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Magnussen returned to Haas on a multi-year deal. The Dane finished fifth in his comeback race in Bahrain, and went on ...

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After enduring a point-less 2021 when it opted against developing its car, Haas immediately enjoyed an upswing last year under the new technical regulations. Magnussen finished fifth in the Bahrain season-opener, and would establish himself as a regular points-scorer in the early part of the year.
Although Haas’s form would ultimately tail off, causing it to slip to eighth place in the ...

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Haas announced ahead of the season finale in Abu Dhabi that Hulkenberg would be joining the team for the 2023 season, replacing Mick Schumacher as Magnussen’s team-mate.
Magnussen and Hulkenberg previously clashed in the wake of the Hungarian Grand Prix in 2017, when Hulkenberg called the Dane “the most unsporting driver on the grid.” Magnussen replied by telling Hulkenberg to “suck my ...

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After terminating Nikita Mazepin's contract in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine last February, Haas turned to Magnussen as a last-minute replacement for the 2022 season.
Magnussen raced for Haas between 2017 and 2020 before losing his seat, but quickly made a splash upon his return by finishing fifth in Bahrain, despite only signing in time for the second pre-season test.
The Dane ...

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Haas announced on the eve of this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that it would not be retaining Schumacher for the 2023 season. Instead, it has signed veteran Nico Hulkenberg to partner Magnussen.
While Schumacher has faced some difficult moments during his two seasons with Haas, Magnussen reckons that the young German ultimately did a good job and has the qualities needed for this not to be ...

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The Dane had been spun out of last weekend?s Interlagos race by Daniel Ricciardo on the opening lap, with his damaged Haas left stranded by the side of the track.
And while the medical car stopped to check on him and his McLaren rival, there was only enough space to take one of them back to the garages ? and Ricciardo had quickly jumped in. That left Magnussen alone out on the track with no ...

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On the first lap of Sao Paulo's Brazilian Grand Prix, Ricciardo appeared to make a late lunge on the Haas driver into the tight Turn 8 right-hander.
Ricciardo tried to back out of the move but misjudged the situation and couldn't avoid tagging Magnussen's right-rear, which sent the Dane into a spin.
Magnussen's car then rolled backwards into the path of Ricciardo, punting the Australian into ...

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From his pole position, the Dane made it to the first corner in front, and he remained in the lead until Max Verstappen passed him on the third lap.
He slipped back to sixth as the other five cars from the top three teams worked their past. He had hoped to finish best of the rest, but he ultimately lost out to McLaren's Lando Norris.
Nevertheless, a point for eighth place was useful for his ...

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The common denominator in such cases is inevitably rain, plus a team and driver that gets everything just right on the day when the usual frontrunners don't quite achieve their normal level of perfection.
Good fortune has to play a part, but it would be wrong to suggest that luck was the biggest factor in Magnussen's achievement. His team made all the right calls, and the Dane himself had to do ...

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Magnussen will start Saturday?s sprint race ? which sets the grid for Sunday?s Grand Prix ? ahead of Red Bull?s Max Verstappen and George Russell of Mercedes after the one-hour qualifying session, which is split into three segments with five cars each being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 before the top-10 shootout of Q3.
A red flag in Q3, after Russell spun off, combined with a rain ...

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Magnussen scored the first pole position of his F1 career at Interlagos on Friday after making the most of his track position advantage at the start of Q3 in damp conditions.
Magnussen?s early lap time put him on provisional pole, two tenths of a second clear of Red Bull?s Max Verstappen, after getting to the front of the queue to exit the pits before the expected rain hit the track.
A ...

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The Dane, who was recalled to the team for this season after the ousting of Russian driver Nikita Mazepin, remarkably landed top spot when a red flag in a murky Q3 allowed conditions to deteriorate.
That meant no one could improve in the final minutes of qualifying to leave the American outfit to watch the clock until it was assured of its maiden pole and the celebrations erupted.
The drama ...

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Magnussen will start Saturday?s sprint race at Interlagos from pole position after topping Q3 on Friday evening, getting in a lap early in the session before a red flag caused by George Russell?s off and rain meant no other driver could improve.
Magnussen took pole by two-tenths of a second ahead of world champion Max Verstappen, marking the Dane?s maiden F1 pole, as well as the first for ...

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Haas is currently weighing up its driver options for the second seat in 2023, with it believed to be a straight call between retaining Mick Schumacher or going for the more experienced Hulkenberg.
The choice of Hulkenberg is intriguing because he and Magnussen, who is under contract for 2023, have had their moments of controversy in the past.
Most famously, back at the 2017 Hungarian Grand ...

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As the Silverstone squad enjoyed a surprise upturn in form at Austin's Circuit of the Americas, Vettel and teammate Lance Stroll were competing for the best of the rest spot in the early stages of Sunday's United States Grand Prix.
But as Stroll took himself out of the race by colliding with Alpine's Fernando Alonso, which yielded the Canadian a three-place grid penalty for Mexico, Vettel's ...

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The father-son duo will drive a Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo entered by the MDK Motorsports team at the Yas Marina Circuit on 9-11 December, just three weeks after the F1 finale at the same venue in Abu Dhabi.
They will be joined in the final round of the 2022 Intercontinental GT Challenge by team owner Mark Kvamme, who recently won the Porsche Carrera Cup North America AM title and made his Le Mans 24 ...

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The Haas F1 driver damaged the wing in a brush with Max Verstappen on the opening lap of the Marina Bay circuit race.
With the endplate section on Magnussen's car appearing to be flapping about, a few laps later the FIA issued him with a black-and-orange flag ? which signifies that a driver has a mechanical issue and must return to the pits for repairs immediately.
It is the third ...

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Slade replaces Ed Regan, who is leaving the team at the end of this season and has moved into an office-based role prior to his official departure.
Slade brings a wealth of experience gained with McLaren, Renault and Mercedes, and is clearly a valuable addition to the team.
He joined McLaren in 1991 and over 18 years with the Woking outfit he worked in a variety of engineering roles, notably ...

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Magnussen left F1 at the end of 2020 after not being retained by Haas.
The Dane moved into sportscar racing, only to make a shock return to grand prix racing with Haas for this year after Nikita Mazepin?s contract was terminated following Russia?s invasion of Ukraine and the end of its sponsorship deal with Uralkali.
Magnussen made an ideal start to his comeback season by registering a ...

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The Dane has exclusive use of the revamped Haas at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix, with his American-owned squad having adopted a Ferrari-style concept for its first in-season development.
Although Magnussen ended up just 0.187 seconds ahead of his teammate Mick Schumacher in the older spec car at the end of second practice, he reckoned that the lap time did not tell the full story of the ...

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Unlike many of its midfield rivals, Haas has opted against designing a major upgrade for its VF-22 car so far this season, instead focusing on small refinements and unlocking the potential of the existing package.
Magnussen scored the team?s best result of the season at the opening round in Bahrain, finishing fifth, and admitted in Austria he was surprised the team was still so ...

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A shortage of the new parts has meant that the team has opted to give them only to Magnussen as the highest-placed driver in the world championship, leaving Mick Schumacher with the standard car.
Williams adopted a similar strategy with its recent new package, which was used only by Alex Albon in the British and Austrian races.
Haas has remained competitive in the midfield pack despite ...

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Ferrari driver Sainz was forced to retire in the closing stages of the Austrian Grand Prix two weeks ago when an issue on his engine led to a fire, leaving the team braced for penalties in France.
Ferrari announced onfirmed ahead of opening practice at Paul Ricard on Friday that Sainz's power unit had been fitted with a new control electronics, taking him over the season limit and triggering a ...

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Haas drivers Magnussen and Schumacher ran in seventh and eighth for the majority of Saturday?s 24-lap sprint race at the Red Bull Ring, defending from Mercedes? Lewis Hamilton behind.
Schumacher asked Haas to swap its cars as he felt he had more pace than Magnussen, only for the team to tell him to hold position.
Schumacher was ultimately overtaken by Hamilton with three laps remaining ...

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Unlike many of its midfield rivals, Haas is yet to bring a major upgrade package for its car to a race so far this season, and may not debut it until the end of this month in Hungary.
The team bounced back from a five-race run without points from Miami to Canada by getting both cars in the top 10 at Silverstone as Mick Schumacher finished eighth, two places ahead of Magnussen.
Magnussen and ...

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