Sport: Kevin Magnussen: How a Formula 1 driver watches a racing repetition

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Formula 1 pilots a race afterwards? At least Kevin Magnussen does so. However, the Haas pilot reveals that he does not look at a Grand Prix again from his own perspective.

Kevin Magnussen: Wie ein Formel-1-Fahrer eine Rennwiederholung schaut © provided by Motorsport.com Kevin Magnussen: Like a Formula 1 driver a racing repetition

"I don't look at all the preliminary spots. I look at specific points of the race and onboards from different drivers," he reveals On request from 'Motorsport.com'. But what exactly does he pay attention to?

Magnussen arises when repeating: "How did you drive through the first corners in the first rounds? What lines did you choose? What tire management did you choose?"

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Basically, it could be "everything", whereupon he focuses on when repeating, "for example [on] radio traffic between drivers and teams," reveals the Dane, who reports: "It is interesting. You can learn a lot. "

, on the other hand, is more "useless" is the new helmet camera , which has been used in Formula 1 for some time. This is "cool" for the fans. However, it is obviously not helpful in the analysis with the distorted perspective.

Because Magnussen reveals that the drivers are actually even deeper in the car: "On this camera you can still see the curvature on the front. We cannot see them in the car. You can hardly see the asphalt in front of you, only from that Pages."

Therefore, Magnussen prefers to use classic onboards when he looks at a race again.

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