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Don’t expect to see a rookie or rookies driving for Haas next season.
Kevin Magnussen has claimed he doesn’t have any personal issues with Nico Hulkenberg, despite the pair’s prior history.
Guenther Steiner feels Haas are struggling to resolve their VF-19’s problems because having a car that sometimes works is worse than having a car that never works.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner has given the 22-race Formula 1 calendar the thumbs up.
Kevin Magnussen and/or Romain Grosjean out and Esteban Ocon or Nico Hulkenberg in at Haas?
F1 may be patting itself on the back after a great run-in to the summer break, however, Guenther Steiner has warned the sport’s bosses must not think that “everything is fantastic”.
Haas’ Romain Grosjean believes that the team must make their VF-19 more reliable in the second half of the season.
In the first of three parts, PlanetF1 delves into the performances of every driver, starting with those at Williams, Haas and Racing Point.
As rumours swirl about his future with Haas, Romain Grosjean has said he was more worried in 2018 than he is this year in getting the chop.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen have made it clear they have no issues with each other, with the former getting particularly animated in his responses.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner admits that their 2019 challenger is the “strangest car” he has ever worked with.
As much as he is loath to do it, Guenther Steiner is on the verge of banning Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen from racing against one another.
Both Haas drivers were back in the points in Germany, but not without Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen bumping into each other again.
Kevin Magnussen was left to rue Haas’ latest updates saying they didn’t work in Germany while Romain Grosjean is relishing his return to the past.
Following the dramas of Silverstone, Haas’ Romain Grosjean has reminded everyone that he and Kevin Magnussen are “not stupid”.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner claims he is “still not over” Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen’s crash at the British GP.
Although frustrated by their inability to find the sweet spot with this year’s Pirellis, Haas will not design a car to “fit the tyres” says Guenther Steiner.
Haas will run two different aerodynamic specifications at the German Grand Prix as they continue their search for race performance.
Two rumours about Haas have been laid to rest in the build-up to the German GP with Romain Grosjean still at the team, and Haas still sponsored by ‘Rich Energy’.
Kevin Magnussen believes it’s “crazy” that Haas can challenge Red Bull in qualifying, but wants to find a way to do it in races.
Team principal Guenther Steiner is working on a “solution” after Haas’ woes reached a new low at Silverstone.
Silverstone was the final nail in Romain Grosjean’s Haas coffin with the Frenchman set to be fired in favour of signing Esteban Ocon, or so the rumour mill says.
It began with a vow to beat rival (if we can call them that) energy drink company Red Bull, and ended with accusation of collusion.
William Storey has announced his “disgust” over his ousting as Rich Energy boss with the company subsequently rebranded as Lightning Volt.
Trolled by Rich Energy after arguably their worst grand prix weekend of this season, Guenther Steiner says Williams Storey should focus on his own problems.
Rich Energy introduced us to William Storey’s milk float; Lewis Hamilton botched a crowd surf and Kimi Raikkonen literally took his C38 for a ride.
Guenther Steiner doesn’t care who was responsible, he says his drivers’ collision at the start of the British GP was “not acceptable” and both are in trouble with the team.
Rich Energy are fast proving to be the sponsor that no one wants, and who could blame them.
Romain Grosjean believes he wasn’t to blame for the first-lap collision with team-mate Kevin Magnussen which ruined the British GP for Haas.
Whyte Bikes have threatened to “wind up” Rich Energy and “petition for the bankruptcy” of CEO William Storey over unpaid legal costs.