About Kevin Magnussen

The Team

MoneyGram HAAS

For the upcoming season, Magnussen will partner with Nico Hulkenberg (back from a 3-year sabbatical) and rejoin the HAAS team, who became the first to reveal their sleek new livery for 2023 – featuring the MoneyGram logo and a whole lot of black to replace the previous blue theme of last season.
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About the Driver

Kevin Magnussen: Bio

You could say racing is in Kevin Magnussen’s blood, but his talent on the track belongs solely to the Dane national who burst onto the scene as a rookie and claimed a podium place for McLaren in the 2014 Australian Grand Prix. In his career he’s been labelled something of a maverick – even a bad-boy on occasion – but the easygoing Kevin is anything but, and he’s here for two reasons in 2023: to race, and to enjoy doing it.

Quick Facts

  • Full Name: Kevin Jan Magnussen
  • Age: 30 years
  • DOB: 05/10/1992
  • Hometown: Roskilde, Zealand, Denmark
  • Parents: Jan Magnussen (Father), Britt Peterson (Mother)
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Career Stats

  • Team: MoneyGram HAAS F1 Team
  • Car Number: 20
  • Country: Denmark
  • Podiums: 1
  • Points: 183
  • Grands Prix entered: 142
  • Highest race finish: 2 (x1)
  • Highest grid position: 4
  • Laps Raced: 7313
  • Distance Raced: 36924 km (22943 mi)

About the Driver

Magnussen on Mindset

After a break from the sport and stepping into Fatherhood, Kevin Magnussen’s outlook on racing has changed to what it was in his early days, according to motorsport.com interview with the now-veteran.

From childhood he had his sights set on F1, and becoming World Champion in the sport was viewed as the be-all and end-all to the young driver. The pressure he applied to himself became a crux, and made competing in the sport more pain than pleasure.

More recently, the joys (and no doubt, challenges) of becoming a Father have shifted his perspective: becoming a world champion is now not the most important thing. The pressure’s off, and his love for the sport has given Magnussen a second-wind in Formula 1 with his all-too-familiar HAAS team.

With new sponsors, colors, and a killer attitude, we can expect an exciting season ahead for Kevin Magnussen and MoneyGram Haas.

About the Driver

Driving History


’17 marked the beginning of a 4-year partnership with HAAS:
  • 2017: Finished 14th in the championship | Best race finish: 7th in Azerbaijan
  • 2018: Finished 9th in the championship | Best race finish: 5th (x2) in Bahrain and Austria
  • 2019: Finished 16th in the championship | Best race finish: 6th in Australia
  • 2020: Finished 20th in the championship | Best race finish: 10th in Hungary
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In 2016 came the announcement that Renault had partnered with Magnussen to join driver Jolyon Palmer on the French factory team. This season brought a 7th place finish in Russia and 16th overall, and the no.20 driver began discussions with the American team, HAAS, towards the end of the season.


Promoted to F1 by McLaren after the 2012 and 2013 young drivers’ tests, 2014 could not have had a better start for the rookie. Getting to third-place in Melbourne’s Albert Park circuit, he held the position for a podium finish. The season ended with 10th place in the Championship, and 2016 saw K-Mag end his season with McLaren in 2016.