Nikita Mazepin

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


Magnussen insists Haas not disregarding Schumacher’s feedback

Kevin Magnussen has insisted that the Haas F1 Team aren’t disregarding Mick Schumacher’s feedback because he is less experienced than the Dane. Magnussen re-signed with Haas ahead of the 2022 season to partner Schumacher after the sacking of Nikita Mazepin amid Russia’s war on Ukraine, and he has bumped his tally up to 37 points


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


Mick Schumacher defends debut season struggles

Mick Schumacher’s start to life in Formula 1 has been somewhat of a baptism of fire, but he is looking forward to the remainder of the 2022 season that could see him establish himself as one of Formula 1’s brightest stars of the future. Haas went scoreless in 2021 for the first time since they

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Mick Schumacher fires thinly-veiled jibe at Nikita Mazepin

The Haas F1 Team was expected to head into the 2022 season with the same driver line-up it ran last year, namely Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin. However, following the recent events between Russia and Ukraine, the Russian driver’s career was ultimately cut short. Mazepin’s father and part owner of the title sponsor of Haas,

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