In the round-up: Haas team principal Guenther Steiner doubts his team will be regularly as close to Ferrari as they were in the Australian Grand Prix.
What they say
Steiner was asked if Haas was closer to Ferrari in Melbourne than he expected them to be.
It looks like. But I think Ferrari had a particularly bad weekend here. I don’t think this will be the norm.
But that was the aim, to get closer to the top, not just move from the other ones away because then you do that one automatically for obvious reasons. So I think we are in a good way. We just need to keep it up.
"Formula 1 is in a bit of a difficult patch with a lot of the teams in terms of budgets and things like that. I was at Williams last year and obviously if you look to where they are now, I’d much rather be doing Formula E than doing that."
"Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey, had a meeting today with Catalan President Quim Torra and Circuit President Vicenç Aguilera at the facilities of the Catalan Parliament, in order to start officially the negotiation process for the renewal of the agreement between Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and Formula 1. The meeting shows the will of Catalonia to continue hosting the Formula 1 World Championship, the premier class of car racing."
"As a result of this great initiative, I am convinced that other sports disciplines, such as drifting or karting, which are also popular among young people, will receive the attention and public investment that they deserve."
"'This is my biggest battle,' he told CNN Sport from the family home in Switzerland where he has relocated to ensure the best care for his wife - there is a private hospital just 300 yards down the road and she has round-the-clock care at home."
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