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Magnussen on F1 comeback: 'It hurt a little bit to watch races'

Kevin Magnussen has looked back on his comeback in Formula 1. The Danish driver made a surprising return to his former team Haas at the beginning of the season. Magnussen says that leaving the sport did hurt a bit. Article continues under ad With the departure of Nikita Mazepin, a seat suddenly became available at Haas after the first three test days of 2022. Haas took the decision to bring its old driver Magnussen back to the sport, and that proved to be the right decision. The Dane has already collected 22 points and is seventh in the Constructors' Championship with his team. "I was very happy that I had kept a life going outside of Formula 1. I still raced, I raced a lot of things....
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