Perhaps no team competing in the FIA Formula One World Championship is looking forward to Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit more than Haas F1 Team.
Points of any kind are what the Banbury team seeks. They are eighth in the constructor standings, 19 points behind seventh-place Toro Rosso and 21 points ahead of ninth-place Renault.
Everyone is up for it and rule number one for Malaysia is to make up for what we didn’t do in SingaporeGuenther Steiner
Following a disappointing race in Singapore, Malaysia provides another opportunity for Haas to further distance itself from Renault and challenge the more established squads that are still in reach with six races remaining. And after quickly turning the page on Singapore, Haas F1 Team is ready for Sepang.
Team boss Guenther Steiner said: “We analyse what we’ve done and find out what went wrong and try to put measures in place so it doesn’t happen again.
“On the morale side, I think the guys were a little bit down after Singapore, but I think if you are a real racer you always try hard again and never give up. I think everyone is up for it and rule number one for Malaysia is to make up for what we didn’t do in Singapore.”