Kevin Magnussen believes pinpointing problems in F1 is becoming more difficult

22-10-2019 10:37 | Updated: 22-10-2019 11:27
by Tom Mason
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Kevin Magnussen believes pinpointing problems in F1 is becoming more difficult

Kevin Magnussen feels that finding and troubleshooting problems are much more difficult to do with the current F1 cars, due to the handling. Back in 2017, the aero and tyre rules were altered in the hope of making F1's turbo hybrids faster.

As a result, cars now feel much better as they go through the turns on the grid.

"I think these cars have so much grip and so much downforce that you can always get it to do more or less what you want," as quoted by Autosport.

"It's all really just down to the overall grip.

"You can always get it to behave well."

Magnussen's team Haas have found it really difficult this season, collecting just 28 points so far, the second-lowest on the grid and seven points shy of the team above them.

While the Dane is 15th in the drivers' standings on 20 points and will be targetting a strong end to the season.

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