Kevin Magnussen’s Return

At the very end of last week I published a post about Esteban Gutierrez who will be returning to the sport having left at the end of 2014. However there is another driver who will be returning to a full time drive since 2014. That is Dane, Kevin Magnussen. Magnussen made his initial Formula One […]

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Grosjean’s Gamble

In 2016, for the first time in his Formula One career, Romain Grosjean will not be driving for an Enstone based team. He has decided to join new team, Haas F1 which is a gamble as it is unclear how competitive they will be. However, the thinking is that with a Ferrari engine, a close […]

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Jolyon Palmer

In the excitement over the talent of Max Verstappen, the slight disbelief that Stoffel Vandoorne won’t be in F1 in 2016 and the return to the sport of another talent, Kevin Magnussen. Not to forget the likes of Daniil Kvyat, Carlos Sainz and Valtteri Bottas, it may be easy to forget another young talent that […]

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Maldonado’s Missed Opportunity

There has already been a driver change for the 2016 season, without it having really begun. That is the change of Venezuelan, Pastor Maldonado, departing Renault and being replaced by Dane Kevin Magnussen. Many may be relieved to see Maldonado exit Formula One, having created a reputation for crashing more into his opponents and accumulating […]

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Renault: The Formula One Team

You can be many things in Formula One. Being a supplier, a sponsor or competitor are just some of those things you can be in the sport. Renault have certainly covered the three mentioned during the sixty years that the sport has been known as Formula One. For 2016 they will return as a fully […]

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