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Haas principal Guenther Steiner has been fined €7,500 for causing “moral injury” to a steward with his criticism at the Russian GP.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner is facing a ‘draconian punishment’ from the FIA following his criticism of race commissioner Emanuele Pirro.
Guenther Steiner has called out Haas’ rivals’ hypocrisy with some teams keen to adopt an open-source approach to parts of their design but not go down the standard parts route.
Cyril Abitebul believes Nico Hulkenberg’s talks with Haas fell through due to the American team’s lack of ambition.
Romain Grosjean says the weight of today’s F1 cars is “getting out of hand” and is compromising the tyres.
Set to lose millions as a result of a disappointing 2019 season, Guenther Steiner says he will need his “thinking hat” to balance Haas’ budget for next season.
Formula 1’s managing director Ross Brawn insists that Haas are “vital” for Formula 1’s growth in the US market.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner feels experimenting with reverse grids in 2020 is a risk worth taking.
Kevin Magnussen has hit out at the stewards’ decision to award him a five-second time penalty at the Russian Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean has said his first lap retirement at the Russian Grand Prix has made him want to “punch walls”.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed that the team plan to run a “hybrid” of their Australia-spec on both cars at the Russian GP.
Although Robert Kubica is leaving Williams at the end of this season that doesn’t mean he will be out of F1 with Haas speaking with the Pole about a test driver role.
Unlike in recent races when it was the Pirellis that cost Haas race-pace, this time around in Singapore it was a plastic bag that thwarted Kevin Magnussen.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner is a little baffled why Haas have decided to retain Romain Grosjean for the 2020 season.
Romain Grosjean will remain at Haas next season after the team retained him to partner Kevin Magnussen.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner says the team retained Romain Grosjean for 2020 because he isn’t to blame for their 2019 woes.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has said he would welcome a lot more street circuits to the calendar as opposed to traditional race tracks.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner admits that the team’s struggles throughout 2019 have been killing him.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed that he rejected an approach from Pascal Wehrlein to join the team for 2020.
Haas seem to have narrowed down the options for Kevin Magnussen’s 2020 partner to Nico Hulkenberg or Romain Grosjean, but who do they pick?
Debating whether to re-sign Romain Grosjean for 2020 or bring in Nico Hulkenberg isn’t a “clear decision” for Haas, so says Guenther Steiner.
Rich Energy CEO William Storey has expressed regret that Haas “got caught in crossfire of a shareholder dispute”, adding that he wishes “the team the very best” after they parted ways.
Haas and Rich Energy have parted away by mutual agreement, and who didn’t see that one coming.
Neither Nico Hulkenberg nor Kevin Magnussen have any qualms about teaming up together despite the infamous “suck my balls” comment.
Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg are not the best of friends, but Haas principal Guenther Steiner doesn’t see an issue with them as potential 2020 partners.
The F1 teams have “all agreed” to reduce the number of days spent testing in 2020, dropping from eight to six days for pre-season running.
Although Guenther Steiner says Haas’ second seat is up for grabs, Romain Grosjean says he is “quite confident” of remaining in Formula 1 next season.
Haas will hold talks with Rich Energy at Monza to decide whether they have a future together after former owner William Storey publicly slated the F1 team.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will both run the upgraded Haas VF-19 at Spa.
Don’t expect to see a rookie or rookies driving for Haas next season with team principal Guenther Steiner admitting the risks are too high.