the Season was rounded off in Abu Dhabi, and thus is a difficult 2019 for Kevin Magnussen over.
Here are three things we learned from the season's last race.WE GET A STRONG 2020-fields
As expected, Nicolas Latifi scored the available space at Williams, and thus is 2020-the complete. The canadian, whose father owns a large stake in the McLaren team, won a handful of Formula 2 races.
One of which shall be the number last in the WORLD championships 2020, and in the inferior Williams is rookien Latifi a good bet. But it doesn't change he deserves a chance in Formula 1 – and that the 2020 the field will be one of the strongest in many years, without any actual ’nulboner’.
If Kevin Magnussen before this season had a weakness as a Formula 1 driver, it was his qualifications. In three of his four Formula 1 seasons, he had lost the qualification duel to the Jenson Button (2014) and Romain Grosjean (2017-18) – only 2016-the duel against the not particularly convincing Jolyon Palmer, he had won.
But everything it has Magnussen changed in years: His skills have improved considerably, and he won the 2019-the duel against the level of skills the expert Romain Grosjean with 13-8. K-Mag is, in short, been a (yet) more complete F1 driver.VETTEL MAKES TOO MANY ERRORS
It is tragic to see how Sebastian Vettel is destroying his good reputation. He has in recent years created a myriad of big and small mistakes, and the memories of the four WORLD cup titles in the strong Red Bull-breeds from 2010-13 pales more and more.
In Abu Dhabi, he delivered during the training even a stupid exit, and throughout the weekend he was put to the wall by his young teamkammerat Charles Leclerc. Fortunately, Vettel more success outside of Formula 1-the levels: He was in the days leading up to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix father for the third time.
Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 23:00