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Fair result in the end, though as a Haga fan of nearly a decade, it hurts. The difference was Haga's poor mid-season run: his points haul from Miller to Nurburgring (10 races without a win) just wasn't championship form. He had every chance after being allowed to run up a massive 88 point lead. I'm pleased Haga will give it another go next season, though suspect it will be his last chance.