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“I hope I can stay in Formula 1” — Kevin Magnussen confirms discussions with other teams following confirmation of Haas F1 exit

It was officially confirmed on Thursday morning by Haas that Kevin Magnussen will be departing the team at the end of the season following two spells together. The 31-year-old unexpectedly returned to the sport in 2022 after Nikita Mazepin’s sudden exit. He finished a stunning 5th in Bahrain to kick off the comeback in the…

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Haas drivers and Charles Leclerc share their advice to Bearman ahead of his full time F1 debut next season

With Oliver Bearman set to join Haas in Formula 1 from next season, both of the team’s current driver as well as fellow FDA graduate Charles Leclerc share their expectations and advice for the young Briton Speaking ahead of the British Grand Prix and shortly after Haas’ announcement of new signing Ollie Bearman for the…

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Haas F1 boss Komatsu “very open and very honest” in the search for a second driver, Magnussen says

Haas is on the rise. The team has already scored more than twice the points from 2023, and with signing Oliver Bearman for next year the team also looks to invest in the future. Teamboss Ayao Komatsu looks to break with the philosophy of predecessor Günther Steiner who focused more on experience. The question remains…

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“Very consistent” Magnussen should “for sure” be considered by Haas or other teams regarding 2025 F1 drive — Hülkenberg

Nico Hülkenberg believes Kevin Magnussen deserves to be in the mix for the second Haas seat or a spot at another team as the 2025 F1 driver market continues to be intriguing. Since the 36-year-old joined the American-owned team in 2023, he has beaten Magnussen 24-10 in Grand Prix qualifying, and he has outscored the…

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Haas updates working is “very encouraging” as soft tyre graining ruins any choice of points at F1 British GP — Magnussen

There were mixed results for the Haas F1 team at the 2024 British Grand Prix. While Nico Hülkenberg had a successful one, collecting eight points after a P6 finish for the second consecutive weekend, his teammate, Kevin Magnussen – who had been running the older specification VF-24 – struggled, particularly in the later stages of…

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“I’m focusing on Formula One” over other categories as things stand — Kevin Magnussen gives update about uncertain F1 future

Haas F1 driver Kevin Magnussen talked about his future as a Formula One driver on Thursday leading up to the British Grand Prix. Making his F1 debut at the 2014 Australian Grand Prix — scoring a podium that day — he has driven for Haas over two spells (2017-2020; 2022-2024). The Dane reiterated that Carlos…

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Magnussen “couldn’t be more happy” after double points finish at F1 Austrian GP for Haas

Haas F1 Team scored a double-points finish with Nico Hulkenberg sixth, and Kevin Magnussen eighth, at the Austrian Grand Prix. Despite such a performance at the Red Bull Ring, Magnussen was quick to say post-race “I don’t think it’s a breakthrough. I think it’s just a good weekend.” Magnussen had a strong start to Sunday’s…

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F1 | Austrian GP | Race | Russell wins in extraordinary circumstances as Verstappen and Norris collide in closing stages

Everyone was on mediums aside from Zhou Guanyu who went for hards. The Chinese driver started in the pits following set-up changes. Verstappen got away well, comfortably leading Norris. The McLaren driver had to defend hard against Russell up to turn 3. Lewis Hamilton cleared Carlos Sainz for 4th but took to the run off….

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“I question whether it’s worth it because it’s 24 races” — Magnussen admits he has thoughts about leaving F1 because of the gruelling schedule

With his contract with Moneygram Haas F1 team set to expire at the end of the year, Kevin Magnussen finds himself in a position as a free agent for 2025. In his media session before the Austrian Grand Prix, he shared his thoughts on his career, and his outlook on life beyond Formula 1. When…

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