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Racing from 10th to sixth in the final 10 laps of the German GP, Romain Grosjean admits Haas “deserved a good” result from him after his recent troubles.
Haas will not take part in the two-day post-Hungarian GP test, opting instead to use that time to “analyse the data” from their recent Pirelli outing.
The Haas team have recorded their best qualifying session to date with a third-row lockout at the Hockenheimring on Saturday.
Haas drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen have been told “cannot happen again” after costing the team points in their lap one contact at Silverstone.
Haas junior driver Santino Ferrucci faces an anxious wait over his future with the American team in no “hurry” to make a decision.
Formula Two team Trident have confirmed they have fired Santino Ferrucci following a review of his various misdemeanours.
Guenther Steiner is “OK” with Formula 1 extending the current points-scoring system, but only “down to 15.”
With the likes of Sauber getting involved in regular point-scoring battles, Guenther Steiner says F1 no longer has a genuine midfield: there’s the top-three and then the rest.
Haas may only be three points ahead of McLaren, but Nico Hulkenberg reckons they are potentially the biggest threat to Renault’s best of the rest placing in the standings.
Fernando Alonso may feel he’s racing against “three Ferrari teams” but Guenther Steiner insists there is nothing wrong with Haas’ close ties to Ferrari.
With his racing career on the line, Santino Ferrucci has offered his “sincerest apologies” for his actions in Sunday’s F2 sprint race.
Haas development driver Santino Ferrucci’s role within the team is under threat after he was hit with a four-race Formula 2 ban for unsportsmanlike behaviour at Silverstone.
Romain Grosjean’s place at Haas could be on the line after team boss Guenther Steiner revealed he is growing frustrated with his driver’s constant crashes.
Two incidents in one grand prix, one involving his team-mate, saw an action-packed British GP for Romain Grosjean end in retirement.
Carlos Sainz and Romain Grosjean came together at Copse during the British Grand Prix, resulting in the pair retiring.
Fernando Alonso stands by his comments that McLaren are up against “three Ferrari teams” given Haas and Sauber’s close association with the Scuderia.
Romain Grosjean has said that he is ready to fight back on Saturday after crashing in the first session of the British Grand Prix weekend.
The stewards have decided to take not further action between Fernando Alonso and Kevin Magnussen following their FP1 clash at Silverstone.
Romain Grosjean crashed out in FP1, and did not take part in FP2. Pierre Gasly’s gave up, while neither Williams could break into the top 14 in the second session.
Zak Brown, Guenther Steiner and Claire Williams answered questions from the press – plus a rare appearance from Vijay Mallya.
Romain Grosjean’s Friday running at Silverstone is over with news that he’ll miss FP2 as he requires a new chassis.
Despite securing Haas’ best-ever result at a grand prix weekend, Gene Haas says it is not quite redemption for their early season mistakes.
Kevin Magnussen says he does not have an offer from a top team despite rumours he has caught the attention of Ferrari with his stellar form this season.
Finally inside the points and doing so by achieving his best-ever result with Haas, Romain Grosjean admits he’s delighting knowing his “boys” are proud of him.
Kevin Magnussen believes that the Haas team finishing in P4 and P5 in Spielberg is “justice for Australia” after the team had a double retirement at Albert Park.
Max Verstappen won in Austria with Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel behind. Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen gave Haas P4 and P5.
Romain Grosjean qualified in P5 for the Austrian Grand Prix on Saturday afternoon, splitting the two Red Bulls at their home race.
Haas qualified P6 and P8, while both Renaults made the top 10. Force India and Toro Rosso came next, but also both lost one car after Q1 as well.
Charlie Whiting stands by Romain Grosjean’s penalty in France, saying it was “fairly clear” that he just bumped into Esteban Ocon.
Both McLaren and Haas have received fines from the FIA for unsafe releases during Friday practice at the Red Bull Ring.