In the round-up: Haas treating Austrian GP like “test session” • Stroll says he deserves knighthood • Driver change in F3
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says the team has reached its 150th start thanks to the dedication of its founder, Gene Haas.
In the round-up: Steiner believes someone will beat Red Bull • Kanaan emotional over final Indy 500 • Pedersen thrilled by strong debut in qualifying
In the round-up: Steiner annoyed by lack of apology from race director • Bedrin surprises by heading F3 test • Pulling leads F1 Academy test
In the round-up: Zhou hopes for boost from Alfa Romeo upgrade • Piastri expects “crazy” home debut • Midfield teams fighting for ninth and tenth says Steiner
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner says he would prefer to hire a driver like Logan Sargeant once the American rookie has more F1 experience – and support.
Hass believe the financial boost from the new title sponsorship deal will allow them to operate at the maximum budget allowed under F1’s cost cap in 2023.
In the round-up: Haas “not in a hurry” to decide on 2023 driver line-up • Run-off changes at Suzuka • Campos disputes six-car disqualification in F4
In the round-up: Hamilton taking break from “very toxic” social media – brother • Ferrari junior Bearman signs with Prema for FIA F3 • Steiner: Haas not looking for additional reserve driver
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says they will have to work through the night to have their cars ready for practice tomorrow following the late arrival of teams’ freight in Brazil.
Nikita Mazepin said he was not “kicked out” of a nightclub in Mexico after a video circulated on social media apparently showing him involved in an argument with staff at a venue.
Formula 1’s bizarre Belgian Grand Prix result may show its rule awarding half points for shortened races has fallen out of date, said Haas team principal Guenther Steiner.