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Haas headed into the 2019 Formula 1 season after showing promising form in winter testing. But what followed was a tough campaign, blighted by car-handling issues. Here's why that development is not good for F1's future.
Haas led the midfield during pre-season testing. In Australia, Kevin Magnussen finished a 'Class B'-winning sixth and only a loose wheel after a pitstop stopped Romain Grosjean following him home.
At the second race in Bahrain, Haas qualified at the front of the midfield, but a poor showing in the race was a sign of the season to come.
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