The first part of Magnussen’s F1 career consisted of stints at McLaren (2014-2015), Renault (2016) and Haas (2017-2020). For 2021, there was no room for him on the grid, so he had to spend this season on the sportscar racing scene. However, when Nikita Mazepin had to leave Haas ahead of the 2022 season due to the war in Ukraine, the American stable expressed interest in Magnussen’s services once again. The Dane managed to score several points and even scored a surprise pole position during a rainy qualifying session at Interlagos.
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