Haas becoming frustrated after another pointless race in Baku

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Haas drivers, Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean, are becoming frustrated by the team's lack of race pace.

Sunday in Baku marked the third straight Grand Prix where the team has failed to score, with Magnussen's sixth-place finish in Australia still the only points on the board.

Their disappointing weekend on the streets was expected, as the layout exposed their struggle to get heat into the Pirelli tyres.

Even so, it didn't change the mood post-race.

“There’s not much to say. We were just not fast enough and we have to change it,” Magnussen was quoted by PlanetF1.

“This is the fourth race in a row that it has happened. Ok, Australia was a good result but in the race, we didn’t actually have the pace.

“We hope things turn around in Barcelona," the Dane added. "We were good there in the winter tests and we have a lot of data, but the temperatures will of course be different.”

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As for Grosjean, he retired for the third time in 2019 in Azerbaijan and believes an improvement of their tyre woes is critical to their season.

“We need to sit down and really have a strong think about what we can do," he said.

"Barcelona may be warm so that should be fine, but then we have Canada and Monaco and again and if we want to fight for fourth or fifth in the Constructors' Championship we've got to be able to be good in all circumstances."