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Magnussen sets his sights on Red Bulls following strong Haas qualifying

Kevin Magnussen has admitted he’s pleased to be competing with the Red Bulls even if they had an issue as the Dane qualified sixth for the Bahrain Grand Prix. Magnussen followed up an impressive Australian Grand Prix, where he finished sixth, with an equal Q3 in Bahrain. His teammate Romain Grosjean showed why Haas are the frontrunners for the early best of the rest title as he qualified in provisional eighth. Magnussen, however, had the Red Bulls in his sight as he was just fractions behind Max Verstappen. Speaking to Sky Sports F1 Magnussen said: “To be sixth is better than best of the rest, so that’s a bit new to us I guess, to be able to fight the Red Bulls. “I...
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