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Magnussen wants Haas to 'break status quo' with next car

Article To news overview © XPBimages Kevin Magnussen believes Haas must "break the status quo" with its 2024 challenger, after it finished last in the Formula 1 Constructors' Championship. While the VF-23 proved to be a fast car in qualifying for Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg, the pair struggled to convert their starting positions into points finishes. Magnussen scored the fewest amount of points this year at three, which puts him bottom on the salary to points ratio. The Dane wants to see the team make radical changes for next year, as it looks to improve its fortunes. "This year, we haven't been able to find better performance even on the drawing board, so we need to...
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