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Magnussen believes points are possible after strong qualifying performance

Kevin Magnussen believes that Haas could score a lot of points after showing a strong turn of pace in qualifying. The American team finished sixth and seventh with Romain Grosjean finishing just 0.5s off of Charles Leclerc's Ferrari. Haas looks to be the best of the rest in the midfield in behind Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. With last year's rivals for fourth in the form of Renault qualifying outside of the top ten, Haas appear well placed to take full advantage. The Dane admitted that he made a mistake on his first qualifying run putting more pressure on himself for the final lap but added that the team was on course for a good points haul on Sunday. “I didn’t quite have...
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