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’.
MAGNUSSEN HAS BEEN EVEN MORE COMPLETE
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