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Grosjean explains Formula 1 'must stay complicated' for its own sake

Haas driver Romain Grosjean has urged the Formula 1 to not lose its complex nature in the future, as the French veteran explained the sport is supposed to be about having the fastest and most complex cars on the planet. The 33-year-old Grosjean has been at Haas since the team first came into F1 in 2016. Although he's grown together with the team since then, 2019 was a year of struggle for both himself as well as the American constructor as a whole. Grosjean finished the year in 18th with eight points and Haas finished ninth with 28; career-worst years for both. Read more Steiner confident Haas can get 'back to where we were in 2018' Still, the Frenchman has retained his seat for 2020, his...
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