Kevin Magnussen 2021: Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements
The Danish driver was one of the few who nearly had his career ruined by a poor car. Case in point, the problematic McLaren of 2014. That season marked the beginning of McLaren's decline from grace.
To be fair to Magnussen, he and teammate Jenson Button did score podiums in the opening race. But since then, McLaren has never stepped onto the podium. He moved to Renault in 2016 and Haas a year later. This will be his third season with the American outfit.
The Danish driver finished 3rd in his very first Formula One race, for Mclaren. He ended the 2014 season in 11th, behind teammate Jenson Button in 8th.
After being dropped in 2015, he returned to F1, with Renault this time. However, he only managed two point-scoring finishes in Russia and Singapore. Magnussen ended the season in a disappointing 16th place.
When he moved to Haas alongside Romain Grosjean, his fortunes were a little better, but not much. He ended up in the point in five races and an overall position of 14th.
2018 saw a much stronger Haas team emerge as a contender for the best midfield team. He had points finishes in 11 races and ended the season inside the top 10 in 9th.
Unfortunately, in the 2019 season, Haas F1 delivered one of their worst performances. The Dane finished in a lowly 16th, in a season plagued by on-track and off-track issues.
Kevin Magnussen's Endorsements
Fashion company, Jack and Jones, is a personal sponsor of the Danish driver. Other sponsors include IT company OmniCar.
Back in June 2018, Kevin Magnussen participated in the Race for Charity for the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix.
|Endorsements||Jack & Jones, OmniCar|
|Annual Salary||$2.2 million|
|Net Worth||$ 2 milliom|