'Lost' Grosjean: I need to do a better job
Haas driver Romain Grosjean says he was "lost" during qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after failing to make it out of Q1.
Haas to use spotters in Baku qualifying
Haas is hoping to solve the issues it has faced with traffic in qualifying by introducing IndyCar-style spotters [link to Maurice blog] at this weekend's Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Grosjean compares Sainz collision with Spa 2012
Romain Grosjean has compared Carlos Sainz's actions at the start of the Canadian Grand Prix with the collision that got him a one-race ban in 2012.
Sainz gets grid penalty for Grosjean-Massa incident
Carlos Sainz has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after colliding with Romain Grosjean and Felipe Massa on the opening lap in Canada.
Why Magnussen is giving up more FP1s than Grosjean
Romain Grosjean says a clause in his contract is the reason six of Antonio Giovinazzi's seven FP1 appearances slated for 2017 will be at the expense of Haas teammate Kevin Magnussen.
Haas 'a lot more stable' now than in 2016
Guenther Steiner believes Haas' competitive start to 2017 shows the team is already "a lot more stable" in performances than in its rookie campaign last year.
Giovinazzi to get seven FP1 runs with Haas
Ferrari reserve Antonio Giovinazzi will take part in seven practice sessions throughout 2017 with Haas, the third Formula One team he will have driven for this year.
Steiner impressed by Haas' maturity
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says he is impressed with the American outfit's maturity after securing its first double points finish in Formula One at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Haas reveals new-look 2017 car livery
Haas has unveiled a revised, greyer livery the VF-17 will carry for the remainder of the 2017 season.
Kvyat blames Magnussen for 'clear-cut' clash in Spain
Daniil Kvyat says Kevin Magnussen only has himself to blame for the collision which left the Haas driver with a puncture and cost him a points finish at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Grosjean, Palmer still at odds over Sochi clash
Jolyon Palmer says Romain Grosjean applied some "strange logic" when apportioning blame for the pair's clash at the first corner of the Russian Grand Prix.
Grosjean to wait on Haas upgrade after losing coin toss
Only Kevin Magnussen will have Haas' full upgrade on his car during Friday practice at the Spanish Grand Prix after beating teammate Romain Grosjean on a toss of a coin.
Ferrucci to remain as Haas development driver
GP3 driver Santino Ferrucci will continue as a Haas development driver for another year.
Haas set to stick with Brembo brakes in Spain
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says the team is planning to race with Brembo brakes at this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
Haas rues 'wasted' Russian GP opportunities
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner was left to rue a "one drama after the other" as his team missed out on points in a "pretty c---" Russian Grand Prix.
Palmer, Grosjean at odds over opening lap crash
Jolyon Palmer and Romain Grosjean were left blaming each other following the collision at the start of the Russian Grand Prix that forced both drivers out of the race.
Haas reverts back to Brembo brakes in Russia
Haas has reverted back to Brembo brakes for the remainder of the Russian Grand Prix after running Carbon Industrie during Friday practice.
Haas to start Russian GP weekend with Carbon Industrie brakes
Haas has confirmed it will run Carbon Industrie brakes on both cars at the start of the Russian Grand Prix weekend before making a decision whether to keep them on the car.
Honda has 'more confidence' in engine after two races
Honda's F1 chief Yusuke Hasegawa says the Japanese manufacturer has "more confidence" in the progress made on its engine, though he still expects a difficult weekend for McLaren in Bahrain.
Steiner: Magnussen proved a point in China
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says Kevin Magnussen "proved a point" with his drive to eighth place in Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix.
Grosjean and Palmer receive grid penalties
Both Romain Grosjean and Jolyon Palmer have been given five-place grid drops after they were caught going too fast under double-waved yellow flags during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Grosjean: Reliability 'not a huge deal' if pace is good
Romain Grosjean says he is not too concerned about the reliability issues Haas suffered at the Australian Grand Prix due to the good pace the team displayed during the weekend.
Haas: Ferrari engine as good or better than Mercedes
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes Ferrari's 2017 power unit is now the benchmark engine in Formula One.
Haas hopes it does not rue Melbourne's 'missed opportunity'
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner hopes his team will not live to rue "lost opportunities" this season, having suffered a double retirement at the Australian Grand Prix.
Steiner labels Haas' qualifying pace 'amazing'
Haas boss Gunther Steiner has labelled his team's qualifying performance in Australia as "amazing" but is under no illusions as to how quickly things in Formula One can change.
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