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Magnussen admits he was too hard on Hamilton

Kevin Magnussen has conceded that he could have done more to avoid the incident with Sir Lewis Hamilton in Spain that saw him fail to score points. Magnussen had started the race eighth, two places behind Hamilton, and the Dane found himself side-by-side with the seven-time champion at Turn Four, but the pair collided, giving

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Team principal backs Hamilton in row with the FIA

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner does not have a particular opinion on whether or not jewellery should be worn in the car, but affirms that rules are rules. The FIA introduced a new sporting regulation in 2005 that mandates that piercings are to be removed before a driver steps into a race car due to

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Steiner sends warning to Schumacher about ‘over-driving’

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner hopes that Mick Schumacher’s first points in Formula 1 will arrive “sooner rather than later,” and does not want the German to start pushing too hard. Since his arrival into Formula 1 with the Haas team last year, Schumacher has now gone 27 races without scoring a single point. By

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‘Gutted’ Hamilton sends warning to Ferrari and Red Bull

Sir Lewis Hamilton is elated with the comeback drive that saw him finish the Spanish Grand Prix in fifth following contact with Kevin Magnussen. Having started sixth, Hamilton found himself being challenged by the Dane into Turn Four on the opening lap, but the pair made contact, giving them both punctures. Subsequently, Hamilton was put

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Magnussen reveals DRS issue during qualifying

Haas’ Kevin Magnussen has revealed that his qualifying result in Spain might have been even better than eighth had he not had issues opening his car’s rear wing. Perhaps due to the heat playing havoc with the systems, Sir Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen joined Magnussen in having one or two issues activating the rear wing

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Nikita Mazepin returns to racing

Former Formula 1 driver Nikita Mazepin is set to take part in the Silk Way Rally in Russia in what will be his first official participation in competitive motorsport since his sacking from the Haas Formula 1 team. Mazepin raced 21 times for Haas last year, missing the final round of the season in Abu

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‘Nice’ to see Mick Schumacher in a more competitive car

Former Formula 1 drivers Marc Surer is pleased to see that Mick Schumacher is in a car capable of scoring points after Haas’ wretched 2021 campaign. Haas spent the majority of the 2021 season preparing for the new technical regulations introduced this year, and they failed to score a single point as a result, with

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