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Giovinazzi sets sights on improved consistency in 2020

Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Giovinazzi finished his maiden season in Formula 1 with a flourish, picking up fifth place in the penultimate race in Brazil. But prior to that, his performance over the course of the year - and that of the team as a whole - had been very consistent, leaving them down in eighth place in the final constructors championship standings. That's the same as they did in 2018 as Sauber the previous year, despite the rebranding of the team bringing closer ties with Ferrari and upgraded engines. Both Giovinazzi and Kimi Raikkonen have been retained in the driver line-up for 2020, but the Italian knows that the pressure is on and that he must prove that he can deliver points...
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