Debate: What’s gone so wrong for Haas F1 in 2019?
The Haas F1 Team’s fourth season of Formula 1 began promisingly with sixth place in Australia, but has become increasingly problematic as woes on- and off-track have continued to spiral.
Drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen have scored just 16 points between them, while Haas is only ahead of Williams in the constructors' championship at present. A number of collisions and difficulty in working the tyres have hindered the team's performance considerably throughout the season.
Autosport's Formula 1 reporter Scott Mitchell and F1 Racing magazine editor Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to discuss just what's gone wrong with last year's fifth-best team.
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