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The Haas F1 team has officially confirmed that they will be replacing Nikita Mazepin with no other than Kevin Magnussen for the 2022 F1 season.

Haas has been making headline news over the past few weeks and not all for very good reasons. The Haas F1 team had to make some seriously difficult decisions with regards to Mick Schumacher's teammate, Nikita Mazepin whose contract has now been officially terminated as a result of the Russian Ukrainian conflict, with Nikita Mazepin being Russian, the Haas team, sponsors, F1 governing body and the FIA all had to make a unanimous decision to unfortunately cancel his contract and rejection of his counter appeal which claimed that if he raced under no country flag he would be willing to still take part, unfortunately, that was turned down as well.

Haas then said that they will race the 2022 F1 season with one single driver which would have been Mick Schumacher alone taking on the rest of the grid by himself for Haas.

But just a few hours ago, the Haas F1 team officially announced that they are bringing back Kevin Magnussen to F1 for the 2022 season to race alongside Mick Schumacher.

It is not clear whether or not this will become a permanent contract, perhaps it's just too soon to tell. Nevertheless, it is absolutely mindblowing that essentially out of the blue, we will see a return of Kevin Magnussen to the exciting world of F1 once again!

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: The F1 World on Haas Confirms Kevin Magnussen For 2022...

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