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Magnussen: I deserve a seat in a top team

Kevin Magnussen says he will keep his eyes open for a move to a bigger team for 2021 and although the Dane is staying at Haas next year he told BT newspaper that he is not content to just stay in the midfield forever. 'I feel that I am in the queue of drivers who deserve a seat in a top team,' Magnussen, who turned 27 recently, said at Suzuka. 'But what you feel is not so important. The only thing I can really do is deliver, and then trust that the people around me can open some doors. I'm only 27 so I think I am at the right age and experience,' he added. Magnussen said recently that he is relieved to have stabilised his career at Haas, after troubled short stints at McLaren and Renault....
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