Sources at Renault and Mc Laren, where Magnussen dashed in 2014 and saved the next year, have likewise scrutinized his hard working attitude yet Magnussen contended his old groups have never given him negative criticism on those zones. Following a chaotic end of the week in Australia, things went much smoother for Magnussen in China with a strong qualifying, where he passed up a major opportunity for Q3 by only 0.074 seconds, trailed by a clean drive to eighth. He demonstrated a point with the outcome since he drove a decent race.
- Kevin Magnussen hit back at his critics with his drive to his first Formula 1 points for new employer, Haas, in the Chinese Grand Prix
- Magnussen had parted ways with Renault at the end of 2016 after a single F1 season.
- People have questioned Magnussen’s work ethic, and this win has allowed him to hit back.
“After a messy weekend in Australia, things went much smoother for Magnussen in China with a solid qualifying, where he missed out on Q3 by just 0.074 seconds, followed by a tidy drive to eighth.”