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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 64.71% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider.
You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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El equilibrio perfecto entre una toma de decisiones implacable y una paciencia profesional puede marcar la diferencia entre el éxito y el fracaso, tanto en una carrera como en los mercados.
«Hantec Markets and Haas are both global brands that strike for perfection in some of the most competitive environments.» Nader Nurmohammed Chief Operating Officer Hantec Markets

«We’re delighted to welcome Hantec Markets and we look forward to a productive working partnership for the rest of the 2022 F1 season and beyond.»

Guenther Steiner Team Principal Haas F1 Team

«Hantec Markets and Haas are both global brands that strike for perfection in some of the most competitive environments.» Nader Nurmohammed Chief Operating Officer Hantec Markets

«We’re delighted to welcome Hantec Markets and we look forward to a productive working partnership for the rest of the 2022 F1 season and beyond.»

Guenther Steiner Team Principal Haas F1 Team

Kevin Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen’s homecoming to Haas F1 Team ahead of the 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship also marked the Dane’s return to the sport after a year away.

Born into a racing family in 1992, Kevin Magnussen was welcomed into another racing family in 2017, as the native of Roskilde, Denmark, and the son of former Formula One driver and sportscar racer Jan Magnussen became a member of Haas F1 Team – a relationship that has now extended into a fifth season together. Magnussen joined the American outfit for his third full season competing in the FIA Formula One World Championship in 2017 having previously driven for established marques McLaren and Renault Sport. He promptly delivered, scoring five top-10 finishes with a best of seventh in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Cementing his place in the team with a stellar 2018 campaign, he finished a career-best ninth in the championship with 56 points from 11 top-10 finishes. Two fifth-place finishes, at the Bahrain Grand Prix and Austrian Grand Prix, were the personal highlights of the season for Magnussen. Together with Grosjean, his points haul propelled Haas F1 Team to fifth overall in the constructors’ standings in only its third season in Formula One, the duo scoring a team best five double-points finishes in 2018. Read full bio

Kevin Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen’s homecoming to Haas F1 Team ahead of the 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship also marked the Dane’s return to the sport after a year away.

Born into a racing family in 1992, Kevin Magnussen was welcomed into another racing family in 2017, as the native of Roskilde, Denmark, and the son of former Formula One driver and sportscar racer Jan Magnussen became a member of Haas F1 Team – a relationship that has now extended into a fifth season together. Magnussen joined the American outfit for his third full season competing in the FIA Formula One World Championship in 2017 having previously driven for established marques McLaren and Renault Sport. He promptly delivered, scoring five top-10 finishes with a best of seventh in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Cementing his place in the team with a stellar 2018 campaign, he finished a career-best ninth in the championship with 56 points from 11 top-10 finishes. Two fifth-place finishes, at the Bahrain Grand Prix and Austrian Grand Prix, were the personal highlights of the season for Magnussen. Together with Grosjean, his points haul propelled Haas F1 Team to fifth overall in the constructors’ standings in only its third season in Formula One, the duo scoring a team best five double-points finishes in 2018. Read bull bio

Mick Schumacher

Mick Schumacher’s hotly anticipated debut ahead of the 2021 FIA Formula 1 World Championship did not disappoint, as he consistently outperformed others around him in much faster machinery.

The German managed to get the VF-21 into two Q2 sessions, the first at Paul Ricard, France and the other in Istanbul, Turkey – a stand-out moment of his season. While Schumacher didn’t have many opportunities to race with the front-runners, he did get to go wheel-to-wheel with eventual World Champion Max Verstappen at the Hungarian Grand Prix on his way to his highest finish in 12th . He classified 19th in the drivers’ championship overall after accruing only two DNFs, showing the young driver’s reliability throughout his maiden campaign. Schumacher, a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy and the son of seven-time FIA Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher, had duly delivered in F1’s official feeder category – winning the title in his second season of F2 competition. Read full bio

Guenther Steiner

Start with a blank sheet of paper. Build a championship-caliber team.

Guenther Steiner, team principal of Haas F1 Team in the FIA Formula One World Championship, has accepted that challenge multiple times in a nearly 30-year motorsports career that has taken him across the globe. Steiner began his professional career in rallying, where in 1986 he joined Mazda Rally Team Europe as a mechanic. It was a pivotal year for the Brussels, Belgium-based team as the organization made the jump from racing a Mazda RX-7 in Group B of the World Rally Championship to Group A where they prepared to run the new Mazda 323 four-wheel drive car. Read full bio

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