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TEAM: Haas F1
IndyCar driver Graham Rahal has strongly disagreed with Haas’s claim that no American drivers are ready for Formula 1 racing.
After a trying time with McLaren and Renault, Kevin Magnussen says he is finding life with Haas “more enjoyable” as there is “less negative pressure.”
Guenther Steiner concedes that finding sponsorship is a “priority” for Haas, but insists the team won’t sell themselves on the cheap.
Romain Grosjean thinks that a “super strong” McLaren and a fast-developing Renault both have the ability to ruffle a few feathers in the 2018 season.
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner believes the American outfit have shown that new teams can still survive and prosper in Formula 1.
Kevin Magnussen has said that talks to appear in the Daytona 24 Hours next month have fallen through and Le Mans is also not on the agenda for 2018.
Kevin Magnussen admits it is frustrating that Formula 1’s top three teams have such a massive advantage over the rest of the grid.
Romain Grosjean believes Haas need to up their development game and their tyre usage next year if they want to take another step forward.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has conceded that he has struggled in qualifying this season but feels he made amends in the actual races.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes the American outfit have hit a glass ceiling until they learn of Liberty’s plans for a budget cap.