Haas arrived in F1 back in 2016 and immediately made the points-paying positions, before rising from eighth in the constructors’ standings to fifth in two years, with Magnussen and Romain Grosjean then representing the outfit.
After falling to ninth, Haas signed rookies Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin for 2021. As F1’s rules reset approached, Haas parted ways with Mazepin and brought back Magnussen, who would lead the squad’s charge while team mate Schumacher struggled for form.
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Although they rose from the foot of the standings to eighth, the team owned by Gene Haas and run by Guenther Steiner swapped out Schumacher for Hulkenberg, with the younger German moving over to Mercedes as their reserve driver.
Magnussen continues for a second season, and eighth in F1 overall, having claimed P5 on his comeback in Bahrain and scored a stunning pole position amid mixed qualifying conditions at the Sao Paulo Grand Prix.