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Kevin Magnussen was born on 5 October, 1992 in Roskilde, Denmark, is a Danish racing driver. At 28 years old, Kevin Magnussen height is 5 ft 8 in (174.0 cm).

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Kevin Magnussen Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 5 October 1992
Birthday 5 October
Birthplace Roskilde, Denmark
Nationality Danish

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Magnussen will continue driving for Haas in 2020, again partnering Grosjean.


Poor finishes followed at the next five races. In Austria, Magnussen showed the strong qualifying pace of the VF-19 by qualifying in 5th, before a gearbox penalty dropped him to 10th on the grid. During the race he was found to have over-stepped his grid line at the start, receiving a drive-through penalty and eventually finishing the race in 19th place. In Britain, Magnussen and teammate Grosjean made contact on the first lap, causing race-ending damage for both drivers. Both were blamed and criticised for the incident, at a race in which Grosjean was testing the old spec of the VF-19 so that the team could understand their recent lack of pace.

On 10 August 2019, Magnussen married Louise Gjørup Magnussen in a private ceremony.


Magnussen retained his drive for the 2018 season. He would score his first fastest lap at the Singapore Grand Prix. Magnussen drew the ire of several drivers throughout the season regarding his defensive driving. At the Japanese Grand Prix, Sauber driver Charles Leclerc called Magnussen "stupid" over the radio after his attempt to pass the Haas resulted in contact, Pierre Gasly also criticised Magnussen's defensive driving at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix following a collision between the two. Scoring points in 11 races, Magnussen would finish 9th in the drivers standings, with 56 points.

On 28 September 2018 it was confirmed that Magnussen would continue to drive for Haas for the 2019 season alongside Grosjean. Unfortunately for Magnussen, the Haas VF-19 proved uncompetitive and became more so as the season went on. The car often performed well during qualifying but suffered during the race. At the first race in Australia, Magnussen finished 6th in what would later turn out to be his best finish of the season. He finished 13th at the next three races, despite having qualified in the top ten in two of them. He recorded another points finish in Spain, finishing 7th.

Magnussen next scored points at the rain-affected German Grand Prix, finishing 10th before being promoted to 8th after the Alfa Romeo drivers were penalised post-race for the use of driver aids. He retired in Italy with a hydraulics issue, before setting the fastest lap at the next race in Singapore, a feat he had achieved at the same race in 2018. He was not awarded a point for this as he finished in 17th place—a driver must finish in the top ten to be awarded a fastest lap point. A 9th-place finish in Russia would be his fourth and final points finish of the season. His third retirement of the season came in the United States when he suffered a brake failure on the penultimate lap.


On 28 January 2016, unconfirmed reports emerged that Magnussen was set to replace Pastor Maldonado at Renault, partnering rookie Jolyon Palmer for the upcoming season, following a breach of contract between Maldonado and the team. On 3 February, Renault confirmed Magnussen had joined their 2016 campaign. He scored points twice with a seventh-place finish at Russia and a tenth place at Singapore, finishing the season in 16th.

On 10 November 2016, it was announced that Magnussen signed a contract with Haas for 2017, replacing Esteban Gutiérrez and alongside Romain Grosjean. After signing with Haas he became the only driver to contest in the Grand Prix with all four engine manufacturers in the turbo hybrid era (Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault, and Honda). He scored at five races, with a seventh-place finish at Azerbaijan as best result, and finished 14th in the Drivers' Championship.

Magnussen finished the season in 16th place in the championship with 20 points, 12 points ahead of teammate Grosjean.


On 5 October 2015, he received an e-mail from the personal assistant of McLaren chairman, Ron Dennis, releasing him from McLaren. This was made public by McLaren on 16 October.


On 11 December 2014, it was announced Fernando Alonso would be returning to McLaren to partner Button, leaving Magnussen to be a test and reserve driver for McLaren. The driver had talks with Honda-powered team Andretti Autosport to compete in the IndyCar Series, but McLaren blocked the deal. On 3 March 2015, McLaren announced that Magnussen would replace Fernando Alonso in the Australian Grand Prix, after doctors advised Alonso to not race due to a concussion obtained during a testing incident on 22 February. However, Magnussen failed to start the race after suffering an engine failure on the formation lap.


On 14 November 2013 it was confirmed that Magnussen would drive for McLaren for the 2014 season, replacing Sergio Pérez. In line with a new rule introduced in Formula One for the 2014 season – where drivers picked a car number that they would use during their career – Magnussen raced with number 20 as this was the number he had on his DAMS car in 2013 when he won the championship.

At the Jerez and Bahrain pre-season tests he topped the timesheets, and at the first race in Australia, he qualified in fourth position. In the race itself, Magnussen avoided crashing at the start – after his car encountered oversteer through wheelspin – and after passing Lewis Hamilton's ailing Mercedes in the early stages, Magnussen maintained position to take a third-place finish; he finished 2.2 seconds behind Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo. As a result, Magnussen became only the second Danish driver – after his father Jan, who was sixth at the 1998 Canadian Grand Prix – to take a points-scoring finish, and the first debutant, since Hamilton at the 2007 Australian Grand Prix, to take a podium in his first Grand Prix. After the race, Magnussen described the result as "like a victory". He was later promoted to second place in the results, after Ricciardo was disqualified due to fuel irregularities, making him the first rookie to finish second since Jacques Villeneuve at the 1996 Australian Grand Prix. Magnussen recorded eleven further points-scoring finishes throughout 2014, the majority being ninth- or tenth-place finishes; although Magnussen recorded seventh-place finishes in Austria and Great Britain – circuits where he had prior experience from junior formulae – and a fifth-place finish in Russia.


Magnussen had his first experience of the McLaren MP4-27 Formula One car on track at the Abu Dhabi Young Driver test on 6 November 2012. He set a quickest time of 1:42.651. Previously he had done work in the team's driving simulator. Magnussen's time was the best of the three-day test impressing McLaren's sporting director Sam Michael. The distance he covered in the course of the test was sufficient to earn his FIA Super Licence.


In 2011 Magnussen moved on to Cooper Tires British Formula 3 with Carlin.


In 2010 Magnussen competed in the German Formula Three Championship with Motopark Academy and Carlin Motorsport; winning the opening round of the season at Oschersleben. He finished third in the championship, taking the rookie title in the process.


In 2009 Magnussen moved up to Formula Renault, finishing runner-up to António Félix da Costa in the Northern European Cup and finishing seventh in the Eurocup, driving for Motopark Academy.


Born in Roskilde, Denmark, Magnussen began his career in karting. In 2008 he made the step up to Formula Ford in Denmark, winning the championship. He also raced in six races of the ADAC Formel Masters series.

Between participating in Formula Ford in 2008 and unexpectedly securing sponsorship for Formula Renault in 2009, Magnussen was forced to abandon his racing career and work as a factory welder due to lack of funding.


Kevin Jan Magnussen (born 5 October 1992) is a Danish racing driver, currently driving for the Haas F1 Team. The son of four-time Le Mans GT class winner, GM factory driver and former Formula One driver Jan Magnussen, Kevin Magnussen came up through McLaren Formula One team's Young Driver Programme and drove for McLaren in the 2014 Formula One World Championship and has driven for Haas since 2017.