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TEAM: Haas F1
Sebastian Vettel finished fourth after a controversial incident with Lewis Hamilton, while Force India have another dispute to settle.
With his brake complaints becoming the norm on grand prix weekends, Romain Grosjean is “fed up” with his radio communications being singled out.
Lance Stroll out-qualified Felipe Massa for the first time this season as both Toro Rosso cars failed to reach the top 10 for a second consecutive time.
Engine failure for Fernando Alonso, a crash for Jolyon Palmer, brake troubles for Romain Grosjean and a lack of pace for Sauber.
A 21-race season awaits in 2018, with a triple-header featured for the first time ever on a Formula 1 calendar – but two races are in doubt.
Romain Grosjean thinks Haas can learn a lot from last year, while Kevin Magnussen describes Baku as a “mixture of Monza and Monaco”.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes a 25-race calendar could work in Formula 1 if the travel is kept to a minimum.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has said that the environment is “much healthier” at the American outfit compared to other teams he has raced for in his career.
Guenther Steiner believes Carlos Sainz’s three-place grid penalty for causing a first lap collision in Canada is lax, especially in light of Romain Grosjean’s 2012 ban.
Romain Grosjean says the move that Carlos Sainz tried to pull in Canada was “pretty dangerous” and oculd have resulted in a “pretty bad” crash.