Guenther Steiner should have 'listened more to drivers'

Guenther Steiner acknowledges that in hindsight he should have listened more to his drivers when they voiced their unhappiness over the direction of Haas’ 2019 updates. Having finished fifth in last year’s championship, Haas went off the boil in 2019. The team has struggled with the set-up of the VF19

Guenther Steiner: Budget cap won't bring grid together

Haas principal Guenther Steiner thinks the budget cap coming from 2021 may reduce performance gaps in F1, but not eliminate them. As part of the major overhaul to the series from 2021, a $175m-per-season budget cap will come into play, though some expenses such as driver salaries won’t be included.

Guenther Steiner: Haas haven't listened to drivers enough

Haas principal Guenther Steiner admits the team should have listened more to the feedback given to them by their drivers in 2019. It has been a frustrating campaign for the American outfit who are all the way down in P9 in the Constructors’ Championship, scoring only 28 points so far

Steiner summoned by stewards for Russia outburst

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has been summoned to see the stewards at the Japanese Grand Prix over his radio outburst after the last race in Russia. Steiner spoke out over team radio after being left angry about a five-second time penalty that driver Kevin Magnussen was given for failing

Steiner: F1 format experiments worth it as 2021 won’t fix all

Haas team boss Gunther Steiner says Formula 1 experimenting with race formats in 2020 is worth it because the 2021 regulations won’t be a cure-all for the championship’s current problems. Formula 1 bosses have been keen to trial revised grand prix weekend formats in 2020, but the proposal to try

Steiner: Haas’s problems bigger than if it had slow car

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner believes it would be easier to solve his team’s problems if it had a slower car. Despite being seen as favourite to lead the midfield pack at the start of the season, the American squad has endured a tough year so far as it

Steiner enjoys silly season as Haas rumours swirl

Kevin Magnussen and/or Romain Grosjean out and Esteban Ocon or Nico Hulkenberg in at Haas? Not quite, but then again team principal Guenther Steiner admits the team might “take a bigger risk” for the 2020 season. The Banbury-based squad have for kept an unchanged line-up for the past three seasons

Guenther Steiner defends K-Mag over Daniel Ricciardo incident

Haas principal Guenther Steiner has hit back at Daniel Ricciardo after his criticism of Kevin Magnussen’s defensive driving at the Hungarian GP. The pair battled at the Hungaroring over P13, but Ricciardo vented his frustration over the Haas driver who appeared to move under braking on several occasions to block

Guenther Steiner working on solution with Haas drivers

Team principal Guenther Steiner is working on a “solution” after Haas’ woes reached a new low at Silverstone. Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen collided on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix and retired shortly after. With Grosjean running the Australia-spec VF-19, the team were looking to gather vital

Guenther Steiner fears 'never-ending saga' with penalties

Haas principal Guenther Steiner fears that frequent reviews of penalties risks creating a “never-ending saga” in Formula 1. Ferrari asked for a review of Sebastian Vettel’s controversial penalty in Canada and they have been summoned to a hearing on Friday with the stewards from that event. Mercedes principal Toto Wolff