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Sergio Perez and Kevin Magnussen will receive grid penalties for taking new power unit components at the final race of 2020.
Kevin Magnussen says Romain Grosjean is one of the fastest drivers he’s ever gone up against, but Kimi Raikkonen remembered him being “a bit all over the place” in races when they were team mates.
Despite qualifying as the slowest team for today’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Haas expect an even more difficult weekend when they return to the shorter Outer circuit for another race.
With Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin tipped to join Haas next year, the team’s current drivers say the rookies can expect to find the car easy to drive but uncompetitive.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner explained the decision to keep Kevin Magnussen on the track after he complained his lack of rearward visibility was “dangerous”.
Romain Grosjean says he is willing to accept the dangers of racing on ovals to compete in the IndyCar series, partly as the championship now has so few of them.
The gearbox fault which gave Kevin Magnussen a “massive headache” appeared in qualifying, but Haas could not fix it without incurring a penalty.
Red Bull is prepared to look beyond its talent pool to bring in a replacement for Alexander Albon in 2021 if he doesn’t raise his game in the next two races, says team principal Christian Horner.
A reunion between Kevin Magnussen and his former team McLaren in IndyCar racing is not on the cards, according to McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown.
Kevin Magnussen has joined team mate Romain Grosjean in confirming he will not drive for Haas next year.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Kevin Magnussen described the pile-up during the first restart at the Tuscan Grand Prix as “dangerous” and said F1 must avoid a repeat in the future.
Kevin Magnussen and Esteban Ocon have been summoned to the stewards after the Renault driver crashed while trying to avoid his rival.
Kevin Magnussen has been given two penalty points on his licence for his incident with Nicholas Latifi at Stowe during today’s race.
Kevin Magnussen suspects his poor pace compared to his team mate in yesterday’s qualifying session is a legacy of his first-lap collision with Alexander Albon last weekend.
Charles Leclerc has explained his furious response to attacks on social media over racism, while Kevin Magnussen revealed why he decided to stop ‘taking a knee’.
Alexander Albon says the responsibility for his first lap collision with Kevin Magnussen was “50-50” between the two drivers, but the stewards blamed him.
Kevin Magnussen wants Formula 1 to revise its rules to allow teams and drivers to discuss pit stop plans on the formation lap.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner defended the team’s formation lap pit call during the Hungarian Grand Prix which led to both its drivers receiving penalties.
The Haas drivers’ penalties in Hungary, and lack of any sanction for Lance Stroll’s obviously illegal pass in the previous race, showed how maddeningly impenetrable F1 can be.