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Midseason Review: 2018 FIA Formula 1 World Championship – Haas F1 Team

The Haas F1 Team is having their best season so far in Formula 1 but there is still a sense of ‘could do better’ after a number of mistakes has cost them a whole host of points, although one side of the garage can be attributed to this more so than the other. Fielding an unchanged line-up for the first time in Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, the team has scored sixty-six points in the opening twelve rounds, already by far their best points haul of their short life, but had they maximised their potential, they should be not only ahead of the Renault Sport Formula One Team but well clear of them. The opening round of the season in Australia could come back to haunt them, with a...
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