Dmitry Mazepin

Haas announce new sponsor amid dispute with Uralkali

Haas have welcomed in a new partner in the form of a global payment transfers firm amid their dispute with former title sponsor Uralkali. TransferMate was formed in Ireland in 2010 when Terry Clune and Sinead Fitzmaurice partnered to provide a more cost-effective way of transferring money overseas. It has since branched out to the United


Mazepin defends poor debut season: ‘The team invested $0 in the car’

Haas driver Nikita Mazepin has emphasised that the Haas team did not put any resources into the development of their car in 2021, which is why he struggled to find performance during his debut season. Mazepin joined Haas last year as a rookie alongside Mick Schumacher after his father, Dmitry, invested in the team through


Magnussen: ‘The biggest concern is reliability’

Kevin Magnussen revealed his relief on Saturday after qualifying seventh on his Formula 1 return having suffered from hydraulic issues in Q2. The Dane had set a lap time quick enough to sneak through to the top-ten shootout in Bahrain, but was told by his engineer of a hydraulic problem that meant he could not


Magnussen tips ‘super hungry’ Schumacher to succeed in Formula 1

Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has expressed his excitement ahead of the 2022 season after returning to the team following a year out. Mick Schumacher was set to partner Nikita Mazepin for the second year running at Haas but, after Russia’s decision to invade Ukraine, the American team dropped name partner Uralkali. Mazepin’s father Dmitry part


Norris warns ‘very quick’ Haas could put McLaren under pressure

Lando Norris reckons Haas will be a much-improved team this season compared to their dire 2021 campaign following the events of pre-season testing. It has been a difficult period for Haas since 2020. They managed just two points finishes between Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen that year, and the picture was not about to get


‘I didn’t talk to him’: Haas boss opens up on Mazepin’s sacking

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner is unsure whether he feels any sympathy for Nikita Mazepin following his sacking from the team. Mazepin claimed two race wins in the 2020 Formula 2 season, and made his way into Formula 1 by virtue of his father Dmitry’s money, a Russian oligarch who part owns the Russia-based Uralkali

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