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Giovinazzi on going from ‘hero to s**t to hero' again

Fighting for his career is nothing new for Antonio Giovinazzi who says he is used to the ride of going from 'hero, in the next you are s**t and then you are a hero again.' The Italian is the oldest of the rookies on this year's grid as while he did compete in 2017, it was just two races with Sauber as he substituted for the injured Pascal Wehrlein. Making his full-time debut with Alfa Romeo, it wasn't until June's Austrian GP that he claimed his first World Championship point, bringing his C38 home in tenth place. In a season in which he has been largely shown up by his World Championship-winning team-mate Kimi Raikkonen, Giovinazzi has since added a further three points to his tally. He...
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