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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’.
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.
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.
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.
Romain Grosjean suffered an embarrassing crash at the start of Friday’s action at the British GP when he lost his front wing on the barriers at the pit lane exit.
Romain Grosjean provided us with one of the most bizarre crashes in Formula 1 history after hitting the barrier at the pit exit.
Romain Grosjean admits it has been a “long time” since Haas last had a good grand prix weekend with the team failing to find race pace.
Once again struggling for grip and pace in Austria, Romain Grosjean concedes Haas must be doing something “not quite right.”
There is no love for Romain Grosjean at his home Grand Prix, plus more embarrassment for Ferrari and a new Kimi Raikkonen has emerged.
Haas’ Romain Grosjean was far from pleased after getting caught up in Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen’s Q1 incident in France.
It would not be a race weekend without a good old moan from Romain Grosjean, who had a practice day to forget on home soil.
Both Romain Grosjean and Pierre Gasly will run special helmet liveries at the French GP with the Haas driver’s design set to stand out.
Pierre Gasly and Romain Grosjean were joined by Nico Hulkenberg, Carlos Sainz and Antonio Giovinazzi for Thursday’s drivers’ press conference in France.
Romain Grosjean believes Formula 1 can be spiced up by following MotoGP’s lead on tyre compounds and introducing an experimental tyre.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner says no decisions or even thoughts will be taken on their 2020 driver line-up until the summer break.
Romain Grosjean reckons if F1 wants tired drivers, they need to have cars and tyres that allow them to push 100% – and that can only be done through refuelling.
Romain Grosjean is a real life “hero” according to his wife Marion after confronting burglars who broke into their house and chasing them away.
Romain Grosjean in adamant there has to come a time when his bad luck runs out, after all it can’t go on forever.
Romain Grosjean says Haas have now figured out “exactly where the window is” for their VF-19.
Guenther Steiner feels some stewards “are just not up to being stewards” after Pierre Gasly was awarded a three-place penalty for impeding Romain Grosjean in qualifying.
Pierre Gasly joins Antonio Giovinazzi in receiving a three-place grid penalty for blocking during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.
Romain Grosjean has warned Haas that “avoidable” situations such as their Spanish GP clash could cost the team championship positions.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen, Romain Grosjean and Guenther Steiner discuss the American mentality within the team and team owner Gene Haas’ quest for top three results.
Haas were quick to sit down with both drivers following their collision at the Spanish GP with Guenther Steiner confident they are “OK.”
Winning his battle against team-mate Romain Grosjean in Spain, Kevin Magnussen insists any contact between the two was “nothing intentional.”
Haas are confident of returning to the points after both Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen qualified in the top eight at the Spanish GP.
Haas’ tyre troubles, or in this case lack thereof, continue to make headlines with Romain Grosjean saying it is “a bit sad” that all the talk is about tyres.
Romain Grosjean believes Haas are still the midfield team to beat despite their struggles so far in 2019.
Romain Grosjean has labelled Haas’ difficult start to the season as “f***ing annoying” after falling flat once again on race day.
Haas believe that the thinner tread of the new Pirelli tyre range could be to blame for their race pace issues.