Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed that his team are appealing against Romain Grosjean’s exclusion from the Italian Grand Prix.
In a statement shared on the team’s official Twitter account, Steiner confirmed that his team will appeal the decision.
“We do not agree with the Stewards’ decision to penalize our race team and we feel strongly that our sixth-place finish in the Italian Grand Prix should stand,” says Steiner. “We are appealing the Stewards’ decision.”
Prior to the disqualification, Grosjean’s sixth place had seen Haas draw level on points with Renault, the team that lodged the initial protest, for fourth place in the constructors’ championship.
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