Kevin Magnussen Takes Haas's First-Ever F1 Pole

By Sakshi

 Nov 12,2022

The first time that the Haas driver will take the pole position for the Formula One race.

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On a rainy morning in Sao Paulo, Kevin Magnussen masterfully navigated the conditions to secure his very debut F1 race pole in his racing career during the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. 

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In the last race at the beginning of the final qualifying session-alongside, some luck-of-the-drawn weather conditions allowed Magnussen 

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to be the Danish driver to edge out twice-world champion Max Verstappen and Mercedes's George Russell who came in second and third.

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Magnussen was cruising on the circuit at Interlagos throughout the afternoon and finished seventh in each of the initial two qualifying times. 

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Magnussen was then in a position of mastery in the position of being the first car out onto the track prior to the beginning of Q3, which allowed him to record his fastest time in his session just before the rain began in torrents.

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Some drivers attempted to test their luck with intermediate tires during the chilly conditions, but none of them could beat Haas' Haas driver's lap times of 1:11.674.

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"I don't know what to say," Magnussen stated following the session. "The team got me on the track precisely at the right time. 

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We were the first to leave the pit lane. I ran a pretty good lap, and now we're in the lead. It's incredible."

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