Kevin Magnussen reaches his 100th Grand Prix this weekend .
K-Mag joined Formula One in 2014 with McLaren and quickly displayed his talent by scoring an incredible second place on his debut in Australia.
Since then, the Danish driver has had continued to show his ability in oft lacklustre cars.
Despite being bumped out of his McLaren seat by a certain Fernando Alonso, Magnussen returned in 2016 with Renault and outscored teammate, and reigning GP2 champion, Jolyon Palmer.
Magnussen then moved to Haas for 2017, where he has notched up the majority of his F1 starts.
One of the most outspoken drivers, the 27-year-old is often divisive with his comments, leaving some F1 followers turned away.
However, what Magnussen doesn’t lack is talent, and he is surely one of the most underrated drivers on the grid.