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Grosjean opts for stability over downforce at Hockenheim

Haas' Romain Grosjean will continue to run the team's Melbourne aero package at Hockenheim, feeling the set-up provides better stability to his VF-19 chassis. At Silverstone, Grosjean reverted back to the US outfit's original aero configuration following his frustrations with the VF-19's Barcelona update and subsequent disappointing performances in France and Austria in race trim. Magnussen, however, carried on with the current upgrade package which led the team to split its configurations in Great Britain as it sought clarity on its car's aerodynamics. Haas' comparison will continue next weekend at a venue that highlights straight-line speed and downforce. Steiner enraged by Haas drivers'...
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