Who is Kevin Magnussen's fiancee Louise Gjorup, when is the Haas driver getting married, and what is his F1 record? | The Sun

KEVIN Magnussen burst onto the scene with a podium finish in his debut f1 race in 2014.

Here, we take a look at his wife Louise Gjorup, and their family life.

Who is Kevin Magnussen’s wife Louise Gjorup?

Very little is known about Magnussen's new wife, with the couple sharing little about their personal lives.

While Louise Gjorup is on Instagram, she has over 12,000 followers, she only provides them with updates every so often – but is a regular in the paddock with her fiancee.

When did Kevin Magnussen and Louise Gjorup get married?

The couple got married on October 10, 2019.

Magnussen revealed after the Mexico Grand Prix in October 2018 that he had proposed to Louise Gjorup.



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How many children do Kevin Magnussen and Louise Gjorup have?

Together, Magnussen and Gjorup have one daughter, born in 2021.

The child, named Laura, has appeared in with her dad in some of Haas F1 team's Twitter posts.

Gjørup and Laura also appeared on Netflix series Drive to Survive, where Magnussen spoke of his worst phase in F1 and how his family helped him during that period.

What is Magnussen's F1 record?

The Danish driver enjoyed a blistering start to his F1 career, finishing second in his first race for McLaren.



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But he struggled for the rest of the season, with a fifth place the only other highlight.

The following year, Magnussen was dropped from the team.

In 2016, he returned with Renault, but recorded just seven points after a disappointing campaign.

A move to Haas was to follow, again struggling in his debut season.

The 2018 season saw his form pick up, finishing fifth in Bahrain and Austria to end with a career-high of 56 points and a ninth place in the Drivers' Championship standings.

However, the two following seasons were disappointing, and he left at the end of the 2020 season.

Magnussen returned to Haas for the 2022 season ,after the departure of Nikita Mazepin.

He recorded Hass' first ever F1 pole position at the 2022 Sao Paulo Grand Prix.

However, he finished 8th in the following sprint race, and crashed out on the first lap of the main race, following a collision with Daniel Ricciardo.

He was retained as a driver for the 2023 season.

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