Vasseur: Alfa Romeo’s 1.5-percent progress “huge”

The team formerly known as Sauber ended 2018 fighting regularly for top-10 finishes, but had a small slip in performance at the start of this year.
New signing Kimi Raikkonen has led the team’s progress to the head of the midfield battle again, and Alfa only trailed McLaren in the races leading into F1’s summer break.
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