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Racing Point ‘Have to Focus on the Present’ to Improve 2019 Position – Stroll

Lance Stroll says it is important his Racing Point F1 Team focus on the present and push themselves up the order in the Constructors’ Championship across the remaining nine races of 2019. Racing Point find themselves in an unfamiliar eighth place in the standings heading to this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, with the race acting as the first anniversary of the takeover by the Lawrence Stroll-led consortium of the ailing Sahara Force India F1 Team in 2018. The younger Stroll has raced well across the first twelve races of 2019 but has only scored points in four events, with his best result coming in the wet-dry German Grand Prix where he only just missed out on a podium finish in...
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