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Haas, Alfa Romeo to take Spec 2 engine in Monaco

Haas and Alfa Romeo have announced they will switch to the new Ferrari Spec Two engine for the Monaco Grand Prix. Ferrari brought forward the introduction of their new power unit to the Spanish Grand Prix in desperate hope of finding some performance – that would not come to fruition as Mercedes extended their one-two streak in 2019 to five, while the Scuderia failed to make the podium. Team principal Mattia Binotto said in Spain that the decision to introduce the new power unit at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya rather than Canada had not been taken lightly, but he stood by their call. 'It has been a big effort and not straightforward and not obvious, it has been then a very last...
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