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Haas 'panicked' after early struggles set in - Kevin Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen says Haas must come back stronger in Formula 1 next year after “a little bit of panic” set in when it struggled to understand its 2019 issues. Haas set encouraging pre-season pace and led the midfield group in Australia, but thereafter it could not keep up with opponents in race trim, despite often setting quick qualifying times. Haas, fifth last year, scored only 28 points all season as it slumped to ninth in the Constructors’ Championship. It marked its worst campaign in its four-year history of competing in the championship. “It became very clear in Bahrain that we had a problem, which was really strange because in winter testing and in the first...
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