Even though Haas had the fourth fastest automobile at times this year, it readily admits that its hopes of a better spot from the constructors’ championship were struck by a number of events and injuries.
“This year has felt just like a great deal of things which can go wrong did go wrong,” said Magnussen, who’s confident that key lessons have been learned.
“It’s one of those at which the end is always a head wind, you understand. I’m hoping for a bit of tailwind next year.
“This ’therefore the thing, you have to just get the blame for those things. As you can , regardless of what the situation, have done some thing different.
“Even though it might have been a very tricky situation you can always consider it and find some thing that you could have done . That’s that which we’ll do and strive and put ourselves in a better situation a year ago.
“I am hoping we could have a little more tailwind. And let’s say tailwind, rather than luck. ”
Magnussen scored his main season points haul from 2018, together with his 56 points tally surpassing the 55 points he scored in his debut effort for McLaren in 2014.
But even though he’s enjoyed a year, he is reluctant to put down it as his most useful so far in F1.
“I don’t know. “I harbor ’t won anything.
“Within my very first year I experienced a podium, so that in it self is much more important in this year. I don’t position it just because I got 56 points, it’s still not always great.
“In a way that is the very best time in my own livelihood. But unless you are aiming for wins and championships it isn’t going to be that great.
“I believe I am in the best place I have been in Formula 1 using Haas F1 and the experience I now have in Formula 1, it’s more enjoyable. ”
Kevin Magnussen, Haas F1 Team VF-18