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2 March 1999 (23)
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Gabriele Tarquini (2 March 1962)

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14th (2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix)
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2021 Bahrain Grand Prix
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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
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The Russian driver was dropped by the Haas team on the eve of the season as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Haas felt it was untenable to continue with him and his backers, so also ended its title sponsorship arrangement with the Uralkali company run by Mazepin’s father Dmitry.
Immediately after the sponsorship split, Uralkali demanded that Haas return payments for the ...

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The latest additions were published by the Council of the European Union on Wednesday.
The news came shortly after Mazepin had told the media that neither he nor his father were subject to sanctions, and thus that couldn't be used as an reason for the Haas F1 team to cancel both his contract and that of his sponsor Uralkali.
Mazepin explained in an online conference on Wednesday that his ...

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Haas had been evaluating a number of candidates for the 2022 season, after deciding that it could not continue with Mazepin and Russian title sponsor Uralkali in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.
While experienced drivers like Antonio Giovinazzi and Nico Hulkenberg were strongly linked with the seat, Haas has elected to go back to former racer Magnussen to be teammate to Mick ...

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Mazepin insists that he'd had no contact from team boss Gunther Steiner after the previous week's Barcelona test, where the Russian colours were removed from the car, and he only found out about his sacking at the same time as the rest of the world.
He says that he was ready to sign the document provided by the FIA to Russian drivers, and which would allow them to compete under a neutral flag ...

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The Russian had his F1 contract with Haas terminated earlier this week in the wake of the fallout of his country's invasion of Ukraine.
While Mazepin feels Haas's actions were unfair, as he says he was ready to compete under a neutral status as the FIA had allowed, he has vowed to do all he can to help those who face similar difficulties to him.
Speaking from Moscow in a video conference ...

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On Saturday morning Haas announced it had terminated its title sponsorship with Russian chemical giant Uralkali, with Mazepin – whose father owns Uralkali – losing his drive for the 2022 season.  
This came as a response to Russia’s widely condemned invasion of Ukraine last week, with countries worldwide imposing sanctions on Russia.  
Motorsport authorities across the globe ...

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On 24 February Russian forces ordered by president Vladimir Putin began an invasion on neighbouring Ukraine which has so far spanned a week and resulted in the deaths of 752 civilians, according to the Washington Post.  
The invasion has been condemned by Western nations, with sanctions being imposed from countries worldwide on Russia.  
Sporting authorities have also moved in ...

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Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, Haas announced it would be removing the branding of title sponsor Uralkali from its car ahead of the final day of testing in Barcelona. The team’s livery typically resembled the colours of the Russian flag, but was replaced with an all-white design on Friday.
Uralkali is co-owned by Mazepin’s father, Dmitry, and has backed his racing ...

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The Russian had a challenging rookie campaign last year, as he battled with an uncompetitive car and endured his fair share of frustrating moments as teammate to Mick Schumacher.
But determined to work out how he can improve in his second season, Mazepin believes that working harder on his relationship with more team members could help pay dividends.
Speaking exclusively to Motorsport.com ...

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Mazepin and Schumacher were plucked out of Formula 2 to replace Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen at the underperforming Haas outfit, which had severely compromised the 2021 season to focus on the new 2022 car.
While Schumacher and Mazepin generally brought up the rear of the field in a car that was barely developed from its 2020 origins, and didn't contest for points, they still fought each ...

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The Russian had a character-building 2021 rookie campaign, where he and teammate Mick Schumacher had to battle through a season with a package that had not been developed from the previous season.
But despite making some mistakes, Mazepin feels he has learned an awful lot and thinks his knowledge can be applied to good use if Haas’s 2022 car delivers.
Asked if he felt he was ...

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The Russian made his debut with the Haas team after having finished the 2020 Formula 2 season in fifth position, with a 14th-place finish in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix his best result of the year in F1.
With the Haas proving the slowest car of the F1 field all season long, Mazepin struggled at the back of the grid, most of the time fighting solely against teammate Mick Schumacher.
Mazepin ...

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Haas announced five hours before the start of Sunday’s race at the Yas Marina Circuit that Mazepin would not be taking part following his positive result.
“Uralkali Haas F1 Team driver Nikita Mazepin has tested positive for COVID-19 at the Yas Marina Circuit ahead of Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix,” a statement from Haas reads.
“The team therefore regrets to announce that Nikita ...

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Mazepin was forced to take evasive action at high-speed during final practice for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after closing on Hamilton, who was on a slow lap, through the blind left-hander Turn 8.
The stewards investigated the incident and gave Hamilton a reprimand, as well as fining Mercedes €25,000. It emerged that Mercedes had not warned Hamilton that Mazepin was closing up any time ...

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In the closing stages of FP3 at the Jeddah Corniche street circuit Hamilton was cruising around in the first sector while Mazepin was on a flyer behind him.
Through the blind Turn 8 Mazepin had to take avoiding action as Hamilton appeared unaware the Russian was closing in.
The stewards found that while Hamilton was told about Mazepin's position 10 seconds before the incident, he wasn't ...

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Mazepin, who owns the Uralkali company that is title sponsor of Haas, has offered to fund an incentive programme to help encourage staff to stay on board for next year.
Rather than change the terms of his sponsorship deal to help increase the team’s budget, he wants extra money to go direct to staff to help keep them motivated.
Mazepin’s son Nikita explained at the Saudi Arabian Grand ...

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A gruelling travel schedule with more regular triple-headers, allied to a 23-race calendar next year, has prompted a growing number of F1 regulars to look for job opportunities elsewhere.
Haas has not escaped losing a number of its staff who have decided against staying on for the long haul.
But with the American-owned squad needing as many good people on its books as possible as it bids to ...

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Earlier this year, the Russian complained that he was running a chassis that was heavier than the one used by teammate Mick Schumacher.
Finally, at the Belgian Grand Prix, Mazepin got the lighter chassis, which at the time he said had "massively improved" his one-lap pace.
But the Russian driver was forced to revert to the heavier chassis after damaging the other one in opening practice for ...

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The combination of a difficult 2021 campaign for Haas, allied to the increasing demands of a 23-race schedule next season, has left the team with a likely challenge of keeping its best personnel delivering to the maximum.
But with Mazepin, the father of driver Nikita, determined to do all he can to help, he has put forward a plan to encourage staff to remain on board and stay fully ...

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Haas revealed one hour before the start of FP2 at the Losail International Circuit that Mazepin had been ruled out of the session after the team discovered his chassis was damaged.
“Nikita Mazepin will not participate in FP2 as a result of a chassis change being required after FP1,” said a spokesman from the Haas team.
It was confirmed this was due to “damage sustained in ...

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Mazepin was tearful and visibly emotional during his interview after qualifying at Interlagos on Friday, having made a mistake on his final Q1 lap that left him last in the classification.
Speaking on Saturday after the sprint race at Interlagos, Mazepin said that while his emotion was "mostly to do with a mistake on a qualifying lap", he was also going through a tough period amid change in the ...

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In the days following Sunday's grand prix at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, a video was posted to social media appearing to show Mazepin confronting bouncers during a night out.
But Mazepin explained on Thursday ahead of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix that he was clearing up a situation that saw one of his team members not be let in, and that it was quickly resolved with no-one getting kicked out ...

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The Russian endured a challenging weekend at Austin, as he fell foul of track limits on numerous occasions and struggled for pace in the race before coming home last of the classified finishers.
But it emerged afterwards that Mazepin's hopes of doing anything of consequence on Sunday were dashed very early on after his headrest became dislodged on the opening lap, forcing an early ...

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Mazepin was shown the black and white flag for unsportsmanlike behaviour after a blocking move on the AlphaTauri of Yuki Tsunoda.
Mazepin has been involved in several incidents with his teammate Mick Schumacher this season, although only one – for causing a collision in the Italian GP – resulted in a penalty.
On that occasion, Mazepin received a five-second time penalty, plus a point on ...

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Schumacher and Mazepin both graduated from Formula 2 to F1 with Haas for the 2021 season, and were widely expected to continue for next year.
In a statement made ahead of Mazepin’s home grand prix in Russia this weekend, Haas confirmed it would be running with an unchanged line-up next season.
“We knew we wanted continuity behind the wheel in 2022 and I’m happy to confirm exactly that ...

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