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'Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong' - Haas

Haas team boss Guenther Steiner says the team's Monaco result left him 'upset' as 'everything that could go wrong, did go wrong', with Romain Grosjean scoring a single point for the team as Kevin Magnussen finished in 12th. Whilst Grosjean described his result as 'better than expected', having started down in 13th, Magnussen started fifth but was caught out by the Safety Car and dropped to 14th and was only able to recover to 12th over the remaining 60 laps. 'I don’t really know what happened,' said the Danish driver. 'it wasn’t the race we were hoping for today. We’ve done a very good job together this weekend. It was a perfect weekend until the race. It’s a...
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