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Haas expects F1 front-runners to increase gap to midfield

Romain Grosjean believes Formula 1’s front-runners will be able to increase the gap between themselves and the midfield as the 2019 season develops. Formula 1’s top three teams – Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull – have enjoyed a substantial pace advantage over the rest of the grid in recent seasons. Only Force India’s Sergio Perez broke the hegemony of those teams by taking a podium finish in Azerbaijan, while at some events the lead midfield runner was over a lap behind the winner. In Australia lead midfield runner Grosjean qualified within seven-tenths of Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari and Max Verstappen’s Red Bull, which marked a reduction on 2018,...
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