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Kevin Magnussen, third in this year’s Class B fight, saying battling to be best of the rest is a “bit dull” and doesn’t “turn” him on.
Fifth in this year’s championship, Guenther Steiner says Haas have no one but themselves to blame for not achieving fourth as inexperience led to mistakes.
The curtain may have only just come down on the 2018 season but already teams are preparing for next year with Haas’ new title sponsor showing off a concept livery.
Despite announcing their intent to appeal, Haas have announced they will not appeal the Abu Dhabi ruling that cleared Force India to race the VJM11.
Having lost the battle but perhaps won the war, Guenther Steiner says Haas’ protest of Force India was never about preventing them from racing in Abu Dhabi.
Romain Grosjean believes that his Q3 lap was “one of the best laps of my career” as it put him in P7 at Yas Marina.
Haas have failed in their protest against Force India, the stewards declaring that the latter satisfied the definition of a ???constructor???.
Guenther Steiner says Haas decided to protest Force India running the VJM11 as they want “equality” for all teams.
The stewards do not expect to rule on the Haas protest of Racing Point Force India (RPFI) until Saturday due to the amount of evidence presented.
Romain Grosjean has questioned the safety of sausage kerbs at race tracks after Sophia Floersch fractured her spine when she went airborne at the Macau Grand Prix.
It may be the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi, but Haas have shown there is still time to engage in some paddock politics.
Louis Deletraz believes his post-Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Haas test could lead to bigger things in Formula 1 with a race seat the ultimate goal.
Given the option, Kevin Magnussen would rather be with Haas and overachieve than with one of F1’s big teams, such as McLaren and Williams, and be underperforming.
Haas have conceded defeat in the battle for fourth in this year’s standings, but Guenther Steiner says P5 is not bad afor a team that’s only in their third year.
Haas have announced Pietro Fittipaldi, grandson of two-time world champion Emerson, will join the team as their 2019 test driver.
Friday saw five important men speak to the media, as the team principals press conference took place in between practice sessions in Brazil.
Haas will run Swiss Formula 2 driver Louis Deletraz during this year’s post-season Abu Dhabi tyre test.
Romain Grosjean and the Haas team are looking to avenge their USA and Mexico races, in which they failed to score any points.
Labelled “f***ing dangerous” by rivals, Kevin Magnussen says some of his recent incidents are not his fault as drivers are “blind” to the cars behind them.
The FIA have upheld their decision to disqualify Haas’ Romain Grosjean from the Italian Grand Prix.
Neither Romain Grosjean or Kevin Magnussen could get their Haas machine out of Q1 in Mexico on Saturday, the worst qualifying of the year for the American team.
Nico Hulkenberg says he doesn’t feel sorry for Haas or Force India after both teams had one car disqualified from the United States GP.
Friday saw the team principals press conference take place, with Franz Tost, Otmar Szafnaeur, Guenther Steiner and Frederic Vasseur facing the media.
Romain Grosjean admits he is in a “shit situation” as any mistake at the Mexican Grand Prix could see him banned for a race under F1’s penalty points system.
Haas will run a title sponsor next season after signing Rich Energy, a move that will see the team decked out in a brand new livery.
Haas are not putting contingency plans into place should Romain Grosjean earn himself a one-race ban under F1’s penalty points system.
Both Force India and Haas are annoyed at the leniency of the five-second penalty given to Carlos Sainz in the United States GP.
Using 0.1kgs more fuel than permitted, Kevin Magnussen has hit out at “Formula FuelSaving” after he was disqualified from the United States GP.
Romain Grosjean is moving closer to a one-race ban after picking up another penalty point at the United States Grand Prix.
The FIA have admitted that Kevin Magnussen’s block on Charles Leclerc in Japan was too late and action should have been taken.