Kevin Magnussen says his Formula 1 career shows how Mick Schumacher might make it back onto the grid one day.
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Mick Schumacher says his mind was already “pretty much set on coming back in 2024, if not already in ’23” during his last race weekend in F1
Speaking to media for the first time since his F1 comeback was announced, Nico Hulkenberg said he watched this year’s races thinking he could “do better”.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says that the team chose not to continue with Mick Schumacher as a driver in 2023 because he lacked experience compared to Nico Hulkenberg.
Nico Hulkenberg will return to the Formula 1 grid in a full-time capacity next year, having been signed by Haas to replace Mick Schumacher.
Haas have confirmed Mick Schumacher will leave the team following this weekend’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Haas has chosen its second driver for the 2023 F1 season and plans to reveal its choice in the coming week.
Kevin Magnussen said he “knew we weren’t going to win” the sprint race and was pleased to score a single point after starting from pole position.
Kevin Magnussen’s radio messages show how Haas managed a tricky, rain hit qualifying session impeccably to deliver a shock pole position for today’s sprint race.
Gunether Steiner said the entire Haas team “deserves” its reward after Kevin Magnussen took pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix sprint race.
Kevin Magnussen said he was “not even close” to imagining he might take pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix sprint race.
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Hass believe the financial boost from the new title sponsorship deal will allow them to operate at the maximum budget allowed under F1’s cost cap in 2023.
The United States Grand Prix stewards will begin the proceedings to hear Alpine’s protest against Fernando Alonso’s penalty on Thursday.
Haas F1 owner Gene Haas says that Mick Schumacher’s crashes have “cost a fortune” and he “needs to bring some points” to show he deserves a seat in 2023.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner said it is “quite frustrating” the team had to change Mick Schumacher’s chassis again following his crash at Suzuka.
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Haas insist there was “no need” for Kevin Magnussen to be shown the black-and-orange flag for the third time this year in yesterday’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Antonio Giovinazzi said he was surprised how much “bouncing” he experienced when he drove Haas’s 2022 F1 car for the first time yesterday.