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Magnussen confident Haas can continue points-scoring run in Japan

Haas driver Kevin Magnussen thinks his team can continue their points-scoring in Japan this weekend, as the Dane scored the American team's first points since the German Grand Prix back in July. Despite getting a penalty for passing the bollard at turn 2 in Sochi at the wrong point, Magnussen came away from the weekend with two points as he finished ninth. The 27-year-old had an incredible race, driving his way into the points after starting in thirteenth. Normally, Haas' pace would fall off a cliff after good qualifying rounds, but the young team have now finally been able to get competitive race pace again, something which Magnussen believes is down to the team's hard work. “The...
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