Sticking to the winner: - He makes a Magnussen

See also: Born to Formula 1: - His mother beat Magnussen Kevin Magnussen has gradually built up a reputation for being something of a spotty run in the Formul

Sticking to the winner: - He makes a Magnussen

See also: Born to Formula 1: - His mother beat Magnussen Kevin Magnussen has gradually built up a reputation for being something of a spotty run in the Formul

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
13 September 2019 Friday 13:01
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Sticking to the winner: - He makes a Magnussen

See also: Born to Formula 1: - His mother beat Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen has gradually built up a reputation for being something of a spotty run in the Formula 1 field.

Dane is so dirty, that he has now become a whole concept. In any case, if you are to believe the 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.

the Canadian has now been 48 years, and he points out that Sunday's win at Monza, Charles Leclerc, along the way went over the line in the duel against Lewis Hamilton.

- You have to judge him in the same way as all other drivers, and on Sunday he made 'a Magnussen' – it is the truth, says Jacques Villeneuve, according to Motorsport-Magazin.

Villeneuve praises the 21-year-old Leclerc to be in control of the race and run to the borders, but also, perhaps above them.

- When he made his outcome in the other harassment, at the most dangerous place – if it had been on a different track, or it had been another run, had been awarded a penalty, says Villeneuve.

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Photos: Miguel Medina/Ritzau Scanpix

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Leclerq was a kind of warning, but it is inconsequential.

- I do not like the black-and-white flag, for it is like giving a joker.- Then you have the law to a stupid act in the race, and then they will soon start to abuse it - maybe depending on whether it is transferred to the next run, says Villeneuve.

Jacques Villeneuve raced in Formula 1 from 1996 to 2006, but after an overall second place finish in 1996 and the championship in 1997, then it went downhill the rest of the Formula 1 career.

the 21-year-old Charles Leclerc has now two Formula 1 triumphs on the strip and is number four on aggregate in this year's WORLD cup series, where Kevin Magnussen is number 16 after several controversial incidents in the course of the season.

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Formula 1 - 7. sep. 2019 - at. 12:13 Sticking to the former F1 champion of the world: the Untrustworthy and completely inconsequential

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Updated: 13.09.2019 13:01
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