Kevin Magnussen got lucky when George Russell hit the wall on the last lap, retired from the race, and gave him the point!
Kevin Magnussen finished the Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort on a 14th after a chaotic race where changes in the weather conditions challenged everyone.
A weekend where the MoneyGram Haas F1 Team finally seemed to be able to fight for the points again.
It’s obvious that the MoneyGram Haas F1 Team are still struggling with tire degradation issues on Sunday’s races.
The British Grand Prix was a weekend to forget for Kevin Magnussen, who had to retire from the race on lap 32 due to an engine issue.
K-Mag finished P19 after having been forced into the gravel by a competitor during the race.
On lap 36, Kevin had climbed into the top 10, when he was taken wide by AlphaTauri’s Nyck de Vries.
Frustrating weekend for Kevin Magnussen as he finished at the back of the field after a tough race in Spain.
“We tried everything. We tried to do the opposite of everyone, and it didn’t work out."
Strong weekend for Kevin Magnussen who secured one championship point on the team’s home soil in Miami!