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Failing to turn their qualifying pace into solid results on Sundays, Kevin Magnussen admits Haas are having an issue with tyres but believes they will bounce back.
Haas’ Romain Grosjean argues the team must get on top of their tyre situation for the Azerbaijan GP.
Haas are “readying for disappointment” in Baku says principal Guenther Steiner after further tyre issues at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean has no concerns after he suffered a front wing failure in Free Practice 2 ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix.
Guenther Steiner is still smarting over the constant criticism of Haas’ customer team status, saying rivals wouldn’t care if they were bottom of the log.
As F1 debates moving to a four-part qualifying system, Haas say they want to ensure that the swap doesn’t favour F1’s three big teams.
Guenther Steiner believes Cyril Abiteboul wouldn’t be as critical about Haas’ ‘B-team’ model if Renault had the ability to win with their own business model.
Following talks in Bahrain about leaving the drivers free to race, Romain Grosjean says he supports softer penalties but urges F1 not to go as far as Formula E.
Kevin Magnussen says Haas were “nowhere” when it came to race pace during Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
Haas’ Romain Grosjean says the opening two races of 2019 have been a “copy-paste from last year” after he retired from the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Guenther Steiner has called Romain Grosjean’s penalty point for Saturday’s block in qualifying “completely inappropriate” and “completely a wrong decision.”
Only narrowing beating Kevin Magnussen to fifth place on the Bahrain grid, Max Verstappen acknowledges that Haas have done a “good job” while Red Bull “haven’t.”
Renault’s Cyril Abiteboul has been told to “stop complaining” about B-teams following criticism that came Toro Rosso’s way in Melbourne.
Guenther Steiner, Zak Brown, Franz Tost and Frederic Vasseur speak with the press in Bahrain.
McLaren’s Carlos Sainz has said that Haas are a cut above in the midfield battle, predicting their pace advantage to be “half a second” in qualifying.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen believes Red Bull are already out of Haas’ reach this season, despite a P6 finish for the Dane in Melbourne.
Haas were closer than expected to Ferrari in terms of pace in Melbourne, however, Guenther Steiner concedes that could be because Ferrari had a bad weekend.
Annoyingly, but perhaps unsurprisingly, the hype of the start of the F1 season has seemingly been replaced by negativity and recency bias.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner called it a day of “mixed emotions” after P6 for K-Mag, but further woes in the pits.
Kevin Magnussen qualified his Haas in seventh place for Sunday’s Australian GP, and reckons it is “crazy” to think that other cars are faster than his Haas.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen will not be hit with a grid penalty the FIA have confirmed after his unsafe release in qualifying.
Guenther Steiner reckons it could be as little as “two tenths” that decide whether or not Haas can fight for this year’s ‘best of the rest’ tag.
Haas’ Romain Grosjean is not angry with team principal Guenther Steiner after he slated him in the Netflix Formula 1 documentary.
Formula 1 should not jump to criticise the new aerodynamic regulations even if they fail to improving the racing at the Australian GP, that’s according to Guenther Steiner.
Haas have been practicing pit stops “around 10 to 12” times a day as they look to avoid a repeat of last year’s Australian Grand Prix drama.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen says if he is told he will never be World Champion, he will quit Formula 1 and focus on something else.
Preparing for their fourth season in Formula 1, Haas are hoping to climb even greater heights in 2019.
Guenther Steiner believes Haas will need to “get lucky” to reach the podium because on a “normal” Sunday, that’s only available to the top three teams.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes Ferrari and Mercedes are onboard with the budget cap plans, something he feels is needed for the sport.
The curse of the “little gremlins” are back at Haas, but the team are still satisfied with how their pre-season has gone.