Formula 1-the season that went: What was Magnussens peak

21 the race is run, and a champion has been named. This means that the Formula 1 season 2019 is over. For Kevin Magnussen and his american team, Haas, it was

Formula 1-the season that went: What was Magnussens peak

21 the race is run, and a champion has been named. This means that the Formula 1 season 2019 is over.

For Kevin Magnussen and his american team, Haas, it was in many ways a season right to the oblivion, for others it was a historical and sovereign one.

Mercedes sat on the both the world championship and konstruktørmesterskabet, but storholdet showed yet signs of weakness along the way. Red Bull got started in the Honda engine, and Ferrari was close to self-destruct in infighting.

In other words - 2019 featured both drama, race and good entertainment on racetracks around the world. But what was the real net peak? Which runs disappointed the most? And what was Kevin Magnussens peak? It is similar a journalist and radio host Mikkel Bagger and B. T.'s Formula 1 correspondent Peter Nygaard in the latest issue of K-Magazine, you can listen to here in the article.

"There is not a single run, which for me has provided the year's highlight. For me, the highlight probably a good race, and I think, fortunately we have been witness to the great race of the year," says Mikkel Bagger, which selects a specific race as the season's absolute highlight.

"I would like to highlight the German grandprix. It seems I was really good. There was almost everything that would be of safetycars and the people who drifted by, the rain and a Hamilton, who was right at not actually getting the points," says the Bagger in the podcast.

the Season's highlight for Kevin Magnussen was, according to Peter Nygaard, however, not in connection with the German grandprix. Here ended the dane as number 11.

The Danish Haas-driver's high point - or one of them - was, according to B. T.'s Formula 1 correspondent qualifying in Monaco. Here ended Magnussen to the big surprise at number five.

"It was great to get a Haas around in the Monaco place. Under a second from the pole position," says Peter Nygaard.

Kevin Magnussen qualifying in Monaco in the first place with sjettebedste time, but because of a subsequent penalty to Pierre Gasly was the dane moved forward on startgridden and started as number five.

Qualifying in Monaco was one of the moments that are worth remembering back on from the 2019 season.

Hear all the talk about the season that went by 2019 in the latest issue of K-Magazine here in the article.

Updated Date: 04 December 2019, 04:00

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