Haas driver Kevin Magnussen says the team will not have any “unrealistic optimism” heading into the 2024 season unlike some previous years.
Every season is critical for a Formula 1 driver, but these are the ones who are facing potentially pivotal years in 2024.
We dug into the data and unearthed a revealing statistic about each of the 22 drivers who contested this year’s 22 rounds.
In a first, all 20 Formula 1 drivers have kept their places on the grid for 2024. But did all of them deserve to keep their seats?
Kevin Magnussen arrived back in Formula 1 and impressed last year. But with an underperforming car, he struggled to match his new team mate in 2023.
Nico Hulkenberg justified Haas’s decision to give him his first full-time seat for four years, but neither he nor Kevin Magnussen had much to work with.
While there was no surprise who won in Abu Dhabi, an unexpected driver hit the front at one stage. Here’s our verdict on all 20.
Who was the best driver during the 2023 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Kevin Magnussen says drivers who criticised the Las Vegas Grand Prix should remember the sport’s success is why they are so well-paid.
After a controversial weekend, there were two drivers who stood above the rest. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Who was the best driver during the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Fernando Alonso starred in the grand prix but how did he – and his 19 rivals – fare over F1’s entire weekend in Brazil? Here’s the RaceFans verdict.
Alexander Albon said his race-ending crash with Kevin Magnussen was frustrating after he’d made a rapid start and was eyeing the chance to add to Williams’ points haul.
There were some standout performances in Mexico during a warm and wild weekend. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Mexican Grand Prix.
The Mexican Grand Prix was stopped shortly before half-distance after a heavy crash for Kevin Magnussen.
Some fared better than others in the USA, but no single driver enjoyed a flawless three days. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the US Grand Prix.
Both Aston Martin drivers will start today’s United States Grand Prix from the pit lane, the team has confirmed. Haas are expected to do the same.
Kevin Magnussen says he could have easily made it into the final round of qualifying for the United States Grand Prix after missing the cut by two tenths of a second yesterday.
Haas’s Kevin Magnussen rued he took “too long to learn” the Losail circuit, which he raced on for the first time in last weekend’s Qatar GP.
Kevin Magnussen has had a difficult second season back in Formula 1 but tells RaceFans his time away left him better equipped to face the sport’s challenges.