The Haas team is working hard on the right to reconsider the decision of the American Grand Prix. There’s a lot of uncertainty about the cause of the case, but it appears to revolve around lane limitations. According to Haas team leader, the team has clear evidence.
It was announced late last week that Haas had filed a right of review in Brazil. Protests surround the end of the American Grand Prix. Williams driver Alexander Alban was also involved, FIA documents show. Thai driver gets time penalty for breaking track limits. Williams, Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing teams must report, the FIA has announced.
Haas team boss Gunther Steiner has now responded for the first time to his team’s lawsuit. The Italian tells Motorsport-Total what’s going on: “There are rules. If the stewards don’t have the right information, of course they can’t intervene. We fully understand that. However, now we have the information, we’ll see what happens. The FIA does when they have the information.”
However, Steiner understands that stewards in Austin don’t offer any extra fines. The Italian team’s boss is understanding, but he thinks things are different now. He now thinks other decisions are being made by the FIA: “I fully understand that they haven’t seen these pictures yet, but if so, how can they make a firm decision? However, now we have clear evidence. .”