F1 2019, Japanese Grand Prix: Race Predictions
#4 Weekend to Forget For Haas
Haas F1 has not had a season to look back on fondly, till now, this year. They would have been dead last on the constructor's table if it wasn't for Williams who occupy that spot. With five races left on the calendar, there is not much room for improvement for the American team.
Romain Grosjean was eighth when it comes to single-lap speed on Friday but it remains to be seen whether that feat can be emulated come race day. He and Kevin Magnussen finished outside the top ten during Friday practice.
The best chances of a satisfactory result for either of the drivers would probably be heavily dependant on a strong tyre strategy. This would be even more vital if they are eliminated before the third part of qualifying is underway.