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F1's penalty system "not working right" - Steiner

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says F1's penalty system "is not working right" after Alex Albon received a five-second sanction for his collision with Kevin Magnussen in the British GP.

Steiner not disappointed by loss of American F1 races

Haas Formula 1 team boss Guenther Steiner insists that he wasn’t disappointed to lose all four Americas races from the 2020 calendar, despite their importance to team owner Gene Haas.

Haas would "1000%" repeat formation lap call

Romain Grosjean says Haas would "1000%" repeat its Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix call to change tyres on the formation lap, even though Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen were later penalised.

Steiner: British GP will bring "no joy" for Haas

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says the power demands of Silverstone mean the British Grand Prix will bring "no joy" to his team.

How Haas' common sense faltered to F1’s letter of the law

The controversial strategy call to pit both Haas cars on the Hungarian Grand Prix formation lap evoked memories of an often-cited piece of F1 folklore, but the penalty it later drew comes as a warning that such magic moments could be wiped out in future.

Grosjean apologises for "elephant in the room" comment

Romain Grosjean has apologised to Haas for speaking out of turn in suggesting that the future of his Formula 1 team was in doubt.

Injured Haas strategist helped make formation lap call

The call to make the Haas drivers pit for dry tyres on the formation lap of the Hungarian Grand Prix was helped by a team strategist at the factory who had had to fly home after breaking his arm last week.

Magnussen, Grosjean penalised for formation lap infraction

Haas drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen have both been hit with a 10-second time penalty for instructions received on the formation lap ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Hamilton: F1 "must do better job" after rushed pre-race kneel

Lewis Hamilton has called on Formula 1 to give a better platform to drivers in their anti-racism messaging following a rushed pre-race kneel in Hungary.

Haas under investigation for formation lap infraction

Haas' first points finish of Formula 1 2020 is under threat after the team was summoned to see the Hungarian Grand Prix stewards for a possible formation lap rules infraction.

Steiner: Grosjean "wrong" to talk Haas F1 future on its behalf

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner says Romain Grosjean was "wrong" to speak on behalf of the team when addressing doubts about its future in the sport.

Grosjean admits Haas' F1 future the "elephant in the room"

Romain Grosjean admits his Haas Formula 1 team's future is the "elephant in the room" as he concedes he knows nothing about the American's squad plans after 2020.

Grosjean escapes exclusion after parc ferme breach

Romain Grosjean has escaped the risk of disqualification from the Styrian Grand Prix, after his Haas team broke parc ferme rules following qualifying on Saturday night.

Haas under investigation for parc ferme breach

The Haas Formula 1 team is being investigated by the FIA for a breach of parc ferme regulations with Romain Grosjean’s car.

Haas brake failures caused by insufficient cooling - Grosjean

Romain Grosjean says the brake problem that took both Haas cars out of Formula 1's 2020 Austrian Grand Prix was a new issue caused by insufficient brake cooling.

Haas took no "unnecessary risk" with cooling despite issues

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner insists that the team didn't take an "unnecessary risk" by going too marginal on cooling in the Austrian Grand Prix.

Grosjean: $40m F1 salaries like Hamilton’s are “unacceptable”

Romain Grosjean thinks it unacceptable that top Formula 1 drivers like Lewis Hamilton are earning more than $40 million per year, while some of his rivals are on so much less.

Grosjean "concerned" about lack of Haas upgrades

Haas Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean admits to being "concerned" about the lack of planned upgrades at the US-owned team.

Haas F1 not disadvantaged by lack of pre-Austria running

Haas will not face a big disadvantage by missing a shakedown prior to the delayed Formula 1 season opener in Austria next month, reckons Gunther Steiner.

Steiner: Haas sale rumours are just plain mischief

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says rumours about a potential sale of his outfit are being put out there to create a "storm in a teacup", as he insists there has been no change of ownership.

Haas won't bring upgrades before 2020 budget is secure

Haas is to hold fire on bringing any upgrades to its Formula 1 car this year until it can be sure about its income for the shortened 2020 campaign.

Steiner: F1 could have ditched reverse grids if they failed

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner thinks Formula 1 would have been strong enough to park talk of reverse grid races forever, if trials of it had proved to be a flop this year.

My job in F1: The chief mechanic

There are people you don't see on TV, but who help the Formula 1 circus to keep the show on the road. Here, Motorsport.com brings you their story. This week it’s Matt Scott, the chief mechanic for the Haas F1 Team.

F1 can't be "hole in the ground" for team spending - Steiner

Haas Formula 1 boss Guenther Steiner says that the sport has to make financial sense in order for team owners to continue to invest – and not be a “hole in the ground” for continued spending.