Haas has scored eight points this season, a total which could have been much higher. During the Bahrain and Chinese Grands Prix, boss Gunther...
Kevin Magnussen is the son of former Formula 1 driver Jan Magnussen, who also won the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times in the GT class. The youngest member of the Magnussen family made his Formula 1 debut in the 2014 season for McLaren. During his first race for the British team, Magnussen finished on the podium, becoming the first driver since Lewis Hamilton to end on the podium on his debut race. At the end of that year the Dane was relegated to reserve driver. Prior to the 2016 season, Magnussen left for Renault for a short adventure. From the 2017 season Magnussen has been driving for Haas, and it seems like he’s been growing as a driver with the team.
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China fall-off blamed on tyres yet again by Haas
After Haas yet again failed to convert a double Q3 appearance into points on Sunday, the team has blamed their Sunday struggles on the tyres,...
Kevin Magnussen says Haas "need to work on race pace"
Kevin Magnussen does not understand why his Haas does not have the race pace to be competitive on Sundays. The team seem to be able to qualify...
Magnussen: Vettel did right thing overtaking Verstappen
Kevin Magnussen has defended Sebastian Vettel over his overtake on Max Verstappen during qualifying saying the Ferrari man "did the right thing."
Magnussen believes Vettel "did the right thing" passing Verstappen
Kevin Magnussen believes Sebastian Vettel and the two Renault drivers did "the right thing" when he overtook Max Verstappen in the last few seconds...
Steiner: Not fantastic, but not the end of the world
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner wasn't particularly happy with his team's qualifying result on Saturday, but admitted it wasn't "the end of the world".
Magnussen admits it's "difficult to understand" where tyre window is in China
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen is one of many drivers who struggles to get the most out of his tyres in China, as the Dane thinks it's "difficult...
Grosjean expecting Haas to bounce back in China
Romain Grosjean believes Haas' struggles in Bahrain will not carry over to the Chinese Grand Prix. The American team was nowhere after a strong...
Haas: Renault complaints due to own shortcomings
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner believes Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul wouldn't be complaining about the American outfit's 'B-team' model if they...
Steiner "amazed" rather than "upset" over Haas' pace
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has claimed he is "amazed" rather than "upset" over the American team's sudden loss of pace that was demonstrated in Bahrain on Sunday.
Haas's Kevin Magnussen talks about his 'hopeless' performance in Bahrain
Kevin Magnussen was disappointed with the result of the Bahrain Grand Prix. The Haas struggled for straight line speed which left the Danish...
Magnussen sets his sights on Red Bulls following strong Haas qualifying
Kevin Magnussen has admitted he’s pleased to be competing with the Red Bulls even if they had an issue as the Dane qualified sixth for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Leclerc takes maiden pole - Bahrain Grand Prix starting grid
Charles Leclerc produced a track record to earn his first ever pole position as Ferrari locked down the front row in qualifying at the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Magnussen blinded by the lights in Bahrain
It's not a problem we often see, but it's one of those that make all the difference when you're out on the track. Kevin Magnussen's dashboard...
Magnussen not convinced Bahrain GP needs third DRS zone
Haas F1 driver Kevin Magnussen is not convinced that Formula 1 needed to include an extra and third DRS zone to help overtaking in the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Haas not ready to compete with Red Bull - Grosjean
Roman Grosjean has admitted the Haas team are not as close to Red Bull as they would’ve hoped after the season-opening Australian Grand...
Magnussen worried Red Bull already out of Haas' reach
Kevin Magnussen is concerned that the top three teams are already out of Haas' reach this season, despite a strong start in Australia for the American outfit.
Romain Grosjean says aerodynamic rules help but something else hampers overtaking
Romain Grosjean might not be the biggest fan of tyres after another bad pitstop in Australia ended his race, but he blames the rubbers for the...
"Mixed emotions" for Steiner following Australian Grand Prix
Haas had one brilliant result and one disaster in the season opener at Albert Park, with Kevin Magnussen coming home in a brilliant P6, but Romain...
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