Kevin Magnussen has been cleared over his collision with Marcus Ericsson on the first lap of the Australian Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen said his crash during his first testing run in the Haas wasn’t a major setback for the team’s programme.
Kevin Magnussen believes the decisions about when to use the Safety Car during the Brazilian Grand Prix were too conservative.
Kevin Magnussen says Renault has found more than just extra power from its new engine as the team covered almost three-and-a-half race distances in two days.
Kevin Magnussen says his points finish in the Russian Grand Prix has not led Renault to believe it can be regular top ten finishers.
Renault has confirmed it will run Esteban Ocon and Kevin Magnussen in the test at the Circuit de Catalunya following the Spanish Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen will start the Bahrain Grand Prix from the pit lane after failing to stop at the weigh bridge during practice.
Renault has confirmed Kevin Magnussen’s return to F1 in place of the ousted Pastor Maldonado in their driver line-up.
Kevin Magnussen has confirmed he is on his way out of McLaren.
Fernando Alonso will not compete in the first race of the season in Australia, McLaren has confirmed.
Fernando Alonso’s sensational return to McLaren for the 2015 season has been officially confirmed by the team.
Kevin Magnussen fell foul of the stewards again at Monza, where he was given a penalty for driving standards for the second race in a row. Was it fair?
Kevin Magnussen has been moved down to 12th in the final classification for the Belgian Grand Prix after being given a 20-second time penalty.
Felipe Massa said Kevin Magnussen could have avoided their collision on the first lap if the McLaren driver had backed off.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen is experiencing the normal difficulties new drivers have when they step up from one-make series to Formula One.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen is going through the same learning process other rookie drivers he has worked with went through.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier described Kevin Magnussen’s drive in the Australian Grand Prix as “one of the finest performances by a Formula One rookie in living memory”.
Kevin Magnussen said he was thrilled to finish on the podium in his first race for McLaren – and give the team its first top-three finish since 2012.
Sebastian Vettel and Kevin Magnussen have been cleared of failing to slow sufficiently for yellow flags during qualifying.
A Mercedes-powered car headed the lap times for the fifth consecutive test day in a row at the end of today’s running in Bahrain.