Steiner: In our team, Magnussen found stabilityMarch 6, 2019
After the championship title in Formula Renault 3.5 in 2013, Kevin Magnussen was considered one of the most promising riders of his generation. In 2014, he moved to Formula 1, but over these five years, only once he rose to the podium and recently declared that he accepted – the childhood dream of championship will not be possible.
The head of Haas F1 Günther Steiner supported his rider – and hopes for more after changes in the regulations in 2021-m …
Gunter Steiner: “I’m sure Kevin will have a great two next seasons. We do not know what will happen in the 2021st. Perhaps it will open the door for him to the top team, and if this happens, we will be the first to support him.
We always believed in Kevin and will be proud if one day he becomes a world champion. Even better, with the new regulations he will be able to win races in our team.
There is no favoritism in Haas F1. If you consider one of the pilots as the “second”, this means that he cannot attack the “first”, but we do not have that. For us, this is only the fourth season, we continue to grow.
In recent years, Kevin has gained stability, which was not in his first two seasons. She appeared in our team. He trusts us and has stopped thinking about the fact that when he risks, things can go wrong. ”
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