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Magnussen's brake disc "exploded" during US GP

Kevin Magnussen's late-race retirement in the United States Grand Prix was caused by an "exploded" brake disc on his Haas Formula 1 car.

Haas F1 drivers to sample NASCAR Ford in Austin

Haas Formula 1 drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will be given their first taste of NASCAR over the US GP weekend.

Haas duo against giving up FP1s for Kubica in 2020

Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen say they do not want to give up FP1 time in 2020 if Haas signs Williams driver Robert Kubica to a Formula 1 development role.

Magnussen: Suzuka weekend derailed by "embarrassing" crash

Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen said he "showed everyone what not to do" with his "quite embarrassing" qualifying crash, which preceded a Japanese Grand Prix that "went south".

Magnussen slams "bullshit" Russian GP penalty

Kevin Magnussen has hit out at the "bullshit" penalty he was given for not driving through the bollards at Turn 2 after he ran wide during the Russian Grand Prix.

Plastic sandwich bag caused Magnussen's pace drop-off

A plastic sandwich bag lodged in Kevin Magnussen's front wing was the cause of the pace drop-off that effectively dashed his chances of a point-scoring finish in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Magnussen: Perez knows clash was his fault

Kevin Magnussen thinks Formula 1 rival Sergio Perez knows he was at fault for their clash in Singapore Grand Prix, and has rejected the suggestion he broke a gentleman’s agreement.

Perez: Magnussen ignored "gentleman's agreement" in practice

Sergio Perez believes Kevin Magnussen caused their incident in Singapore Grand Prix practice because he did not stick to a “gentleman’s agreement” between Formula 1 drivers over on-track etiquette.

Grosjean keeps Haas F1 seat for 2020

The Haas Formula 1 team will field an unchanged driver line-up in 2020, having opted to retain Romain Grosjean alongside Kevin Magnussen.

Sainz doesn't regret "hard" Albon move despite apology

Carlos Sainz says he sent an apology over the radio for banging wheels with Red Bull Formula 1 driver Alex Albon during their early Italian Grand Prix battle.

Haas sees no issues with Hulkenberg/Magnussen line-up

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner would have no issues with potentially partnering Nico Hulkenberg with Kevin Magnussen next season, despite a history of animosity between the pair.

Grosjean: Haas' Melbourne spec could yet return after Monza

Romain Grosjean says that the Haas Formula 1 team could revert to its original spec car later in the season despite focussing on the latest version for the Belgian and Italian GPs.

Haas names three candidates to partner Magnussen in 2020

Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner has named the three main candidates to partner Kevin Magnussen in the outfit's driver line-up for 2020.

Insight: What it’s like being the father of an F1 driver

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’…

Steiner: Nothing wrong with Magnussen's defensive driving

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he does not understand the fuss made over Kevin Magnussen's defensive driving in the Hungarian Grand Prix after it earned the Dane a warning from race control.

Ricciardo: FIA warning "not enough" for Magnussen in Hungary

Daniel Ricciardo says that Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen deserved more than a warning from the FIA after the Dane made a series of defensive moves in Hungary.

Grosjean was more "worried" about losing Haas drive in 2018

Romain Grosjean says he was more worried about getting dropped by Haas for under-performing last year than he is this time around for his collisions with teammate Kevin Magnussen.

Mid-season Haas driver replacement would be "desperate move"

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner says dropping either Kevin Magnussen or Romain Grosjean in-season to stop them hitting each other would almost be a “desperate move”.

Steiner: Team orders may be only solution to Haas clashes

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner fears that team orders may now be the only way to stop his drivers crashing into each other – as he said he cannot allow things to continue as they are.

Magnussen blames Grosjean for late German GP clash

Kevin Magnussen says that his Haas Formula 1 teammate Romain Grosjean was at fault for their latest collision during Formula 1's wild German Grand Prix.

Magnussen seeing no progress from latest Haas F1 update

Kevin Magnussen said Haas' latest Formula 1 upgrades had made little difference after being outpaced by the Melbourne-spec car of his teammate Romain Grosjean during German Grand Prix practice.

Frustrated Steiner "still not over" Haas duo's British GP clash

Haas boss Gunther Steiner has admitted that he is "still not over" his drivers colliding at the British Grand Prix, as he said it was "disappointing" his duo had let the team down.

Steiner seeking firm "solution" to Haas driver clashes

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner says he must come up with a “solution” to his clashing drivers because team instructions are not getting through to them.

Debate: What’s gone so wrong for Haas F1 in 2019?
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Debate: What’s gone so wrong for Haas F1 in 2019?

The Haas F1 Team’s fourth season of Formula 1 began promisingly with sixth place in Australia, but has become increasingly problematic as woes on- and off-track have continued to spiral.