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Racing Point hunt down Toro Rosso: 'The car has improved enormously'

Racing Point have looked like a different team after the summer break and have enjoyed being in the points more consistently. The team will be hoping to catch Toro Rosso and maybe even Renault come the end of the season.  "There have been many positive points since the summer and we have been able to make real progress with the car. In Russia, we have already been able to score many points and we have also done well in Japan in the past. The goal is to go further in again," said Otmar Szafnauer. Toro Rosso are only three points ahead of Racing Point and the two midfield teams will battle it out over the remaining five races for 6th position.  Read more...
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