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Grosjean unsure how tyres will react in baku

Haas' Romain Grosjean argues the team must get on top of their tyre situation for the Azerbaijan GP. 2019 so far for the American team has been characterised by strong qualifying performances, with the car then fading off dramatically come race day. A firm and answer and solution for the issues is yet to be found, and Grosjean, who remains pointless this season, is desperate to find that crucial operating window once the action begins at the Baku City Circuit. 'We need to work really hard before Baku to try to understand how to get the tyres to work. That’s really going to be the key for us there,' he said via Fi.com. 'Australia was very warm, we managed to get the tyres to work well,...
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