When Kevin Magnussen referred to in the international media and on social media, it often happens with a predicate as the formula 1-the sport's 'bad boy'.
There is soon not the running, not highlighted Magnussens cash style as dangerous. In this season Fernando Alonso, Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly and former Niko Hülkenberg and Felipe Massa for now just to mention a few.
But the interpretation takes Haas' team manager Günther Steiner, funnily enough, is not unbiased.
- Let us be clear: He is the one who has received the fewest penalty points, says Günther Steiner in an interview with Motorsport.com.
Therein has the Haas-team manager Günther Steiner actually quite right.
Looking at the penalty point, the riders have standing on their superlicens, so is the dane the most 'fair' runs with just two points - the same as Kimi Räikkönen and Daniel Ricciardo.
At the other end of the scale appearing Max Verstappen, Lance Stroll and Kevin Magnussens team-mate Romain Grosjean, who all have seven points.
It will say that, although Kevin Magnussen proven to have been involved in a part bataljer with other drivers, so it has been in the rules since the commissioners do not have penalized him for it.
But forget the people - they will remember him only for the negative, consider Steiner.
- I think that he somehow has got a bad reputation, so people out there think that this guy just is love. It is wrong. Just look at the statistics. We need to be objective - not subjective. One is objective, looking at how many points he has scored, says the team head.
the Formula 1 drivers ' penalty points are active for one year and should then - if a driver reaches 12 points, triggering a quarantine in a race, which, however, has never happened.
Kevin Magnussens two points expire 29. april immediately after the race in Baku, which is the fourth in 2019.
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