Jan Magnussen1973-07-04 (age 47)
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Corvette needs to be granted an exemption to the GTE Pro class Balance of Performance system if the American marque is to compete with its rivals in its next FIA WEC outing at Sebring, believes Mike Rockenfeller.
Mike Rockenfeller admits that Corvette Racing's second race outing with the new C8.R at the Circuit of the Americas is likely to be "tough" after qualifying at the back of the GTE Pro field.
Jan Magnussen says he is eyeing a full-time switch to the FIA World Endurance Championship in 2020/21 after testing for High Class Racing in Bahrain.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen has driven his final race for Corvette Racing in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and here he says goodbye to a team that’s felt like family.
Chevrolet has confirmed that Jan Magnussen will no longer drive for Corvette Racing in the 2020 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season after 16 years with the team.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen has two jobs in motor racing – one is driving a Chevrolet Corvette in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, the other is being father to Haas F1’s Kevin Magnussen. In this column, he tells us what life’s like to be an ‘F1 dad’…
Defending IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar GT Le Mans champions Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia say they need a win in this weekend’s round at VIRginia International Raceway, scene of their previous win two years ago.
Both Corvette Racing driver line-ups were left frustrated after the team split strategies for the Road America round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, yet neither squad was able to capitalize on the pace of the C7.Rs.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen is enduring somewhat of a win drought in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship for Corvette Racing, but he and co-driver Antonio Garcia came agonizingly close to ending it last weekend…
Corvette’s Oliver Gavin says this weekend’s Sahlen’s Six Hours at Watkins Glen will be one of the most physically demanding races on the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship schedule, as the team seeks its first race win since April last year.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen was on track for a fifth Le Mans 24 Hours GTE Pro victory with Corvette Racing until a badly-timed safety car left him playing catch-up – and it all unravelled from there…
Corvette drivers Oliver Gavin and Jan Magnussen have questioned the use of the safety car in the Le Mans 24 Hours, after a late intervention effectively ended the American marque's chances.
Max Verstappen wants to race in the Le Mans 24 Hours with his father Jos and thinks it is possible to contest the event while still racing in F1.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen and co-driver Antonio Garcia were on the podium again for Corvette Racing in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GTLM class at Mid-Ohio, and here’s how…
An off-strategy effort by Corvette Racing in the final two hours to get its #3 car to the top step of the GT Le Mans podium in the Sebring 12 Hours was ruined by an extremely late caution period.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen was left gutted by such difficult start to his title defense, but is upbeat about the pace that the Corvette C7.R showed as it starts its sixth year of IMSA competition.
Oliver Gavin says the disasters that befell Corvette Racing in the Rolex 24 at Daytona were largely a result of bad luck in the torrential rain, and that the venerable American coupes were fast in the dry.
Reigning IMSA GT Le Mans champion Jan Magnussen has admitted that his fastest time in qualifying at Daytona on Sunday was “a little artificial” and that Corvette Racing needs to find more pace to contend for race victory in three weeks.
Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen on a season finale that saw Corvette Racing dig deep, hard and swiftly to get his and Antonio Garcia’s championship aspirations back on track.
Erstwhile IMSA GT Le Mans championship leader Ryan Briscoe admits Sunday’s result at Virginia International Raceway was “terrible” for his #67 Ford entry – as it allowed Corvette to take the points lead.
Ford’s Richard Westbrook set the pace in the opening practice session for the GT-only round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship at Virginia International Raceway.