Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says Nikita Mazepin did not make a “nasty move” in his latest run-in with team mate Mick Schumacher.
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Nikita Mazepin, who said earlier in the season his Haas chassis was heavier than team mate Mick Schumacher’s, will have a new one for this weekend’s race.
Haas are enduring their toughest season yet but team principal Guenther Steiner told RaceFans he expects they will be back to their best in 2022.
Formula 1 teams were left “blind” when a major systems failure struck during the first practice session for the Emilia-Romagna GP
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says teams will have to live with the two triple-headers which have been scheduled on the 2021 F1 calendar in order to accommodate its 23 races.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner rejected claims teams have already agreed a cap on driver salaries will come into force in 2023.
Steiner has said Haas are in “no hurry” to make their decision, with financial backing one of the factors being assessed for their 2021 line-up.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says F1 should have been more prepared for the pandemic and not all teams realise the seriousness of the situation.
Reintroducing customer cars in Formula 1 has been proposed because big teams want to “manipulate” the performance of their rivals, says Haas team principal Guenther Steiner.
Haas have learned lessons from their experience with former title sponsor Rich Energy last year, according to team principal Guenther Steiner.
Haas’s tyre problems are worsened when their drivers have to slow down to be lapped, Guenther Steiner has revealed.
While Haas’s critics are lobbying Liberty Media to scrap the ‘B team’ model, Guenther Steiner believes his squad is on a firm footing for the future,
Haas Formula 1 team principal Guenther Steiner says it would be a waste of money for his team to attend the test following next week’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Formula 1 should not award points below 15th place if it does go through with plans to revise its scoring system, says Haas team principal Guenther Steiner.