Magnussen apologises to Ericsson after Nordic knockout

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Sauber's Marcus Ericsson says that it's "all good"  between himself and Kevin Magnussen after the pair's collision on the first lap of Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.

In a bout of understeer at Turn 3 on the opening lap of the race, the Haas driver appeared to go off on a tangent in the middle of the corner, hitting the Sauber and putting himself out of the race.

While the race stewards labeled the crash a race incident and refrained from inflicting a penalty on either driver, the Sauber camp was fuming with both Ericsson and team boss Monisha Kaltenborn pointing the finger at Magnussen.

On Twitter yesterday however, the Swede put the issue to rest, revealing that the Haas driver had offered him his excuses


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