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2023 Fantasy Outlook
The Danish driver had difficulties finishing in the points during the latter half of the 2022 season after starting off strong with three Top-10 finishes in the first four races. But alongside Haas' many mechanical issues last year- leading to five different DNFs out of 22 race starts for Magnussen- the driver of the No. 20 found it difficult to continuously outperform his younger teammate Mick Schumacher following the summer break. Despite his performance struggles, however, a wet qualifying session at the Brazil Grand Prix brought Magnussen (and Haas, by extension) his first-ever pole position in Formula One, and a moment to be remembered fondly in the years to come. Magnussen urgently needs a good season going into 2023, both for the sake of his own confidence and for the benefit of his team; with any luck, Haas will have remedied the issues with the VF-22 that plagued the Dutchman throughout the 2022 season and Magnussen will be able to put up some good points for the team this year.
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Quiet Race in Vegas
Magnussen finished 13th in the Las Vegas Grand Prix F1 race at the Las Vegas Strip Circuit on Saturday.
Crash in Sao Paulo Grand Prix
Magnussen crashed and finished 18th in the Sao Paulo Grand Prix Formula 1 race at the Interlagos circuit on Sunday afternoon.
Mexico City Crash
Magnussen crashed and finished 19th in the Mexico City Grand Prix Formula 1 race at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez Sunday afternoon.
P14 in United States GP
Magnussen finished 14th in the United States Grand Prix Formula 1 race at Circuit of the Americas Sunday afternoon.
Alternate Tyre Strategy in Qatar
Magnussen finished 14th in Qatar Grand Prix Formula 1 race at the Lusail circuit Sunday evening.