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Mazepin Suggests Schumacher Getting Favourable Treatment By Haas

Russian F1 rookie Nikita Mazepin has suggested that his team-mate, Mick Schumacher, is receiving favourable treatment from Haas. The pair had yet another incident in qualifying for the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix on Saturday, with Mazepin asking if he could overtake his team-mate ahead of their flying lap as he believed the German was driving

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Steiner Happy To See Grosjean ‘Surprising People’ In IndyCar

Haas F1 team principal Guenther Steiner has said he is “very happy” that Romain Grosjean’s IndyCar career has gotten off to a successful start. The Frenchman raced with Haas last year, but he found himself out of a seat after the American racing outfit decided to drop him and team-mate Kevin Magnussen to make way


Mazepin On F1 Struggles: This ‘Suddenly’ Made My Pace Sh*t

Haas F1 rookie Nikita Mazepin has revealed what “suddenly” compromised his debut season in the pinnacle of motorsport. The Russian is currently last in the Drivers’ Standings and he has been comprehensively outpaced by team-mate Mick Schumacher. Speaking this week, Mazepin said he believes his season has improved after he recently switched to a new chassis.


Schumacher Says He ‘Would Have Grabbed’ Guenther Steiner

Ralf Schumacher, the uncle of Haas F1 rookie Mick, has slammed Guenther Steiner for publicly calling out the young German for having a number of crashes in the last few race weekends. The Haas F1 team principal made the comments after Schumacher crashed out of Free Practice One (PF1) in Hungary, resulting in hundreds of

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Former Haas F1 Sponsor Claims COVID-19 Vaccines Are ‘Biggest Scandal In Public Health History’

William Storey, founder of Rich Energy – formerly the title sponsor of the Haas F1 Team – has claimed that COVID-19 vaccines are the “biggest scandal in public health history.” The controversial businessman has frequently slammed coronavirus vaccination programmes and government-mandated lockdowns, often prompting ridicule from social media users. “Without an ‘emergency’ they can’t push


Former F1 Driver Slams Haas Boss For Publicly Criticising Mick Schumacher

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner should not have publicly criticised Mick Schumacher for the crash during a practice session in Hungary, ex-F1 racer Christian Klien has said. The 2020 Formula 2 Champion crashed his difficult-to-drive Haas VF-21 in Free Practice Three (FP3), forcing him to sit out the session and resulting in a costly repair


Ferrari Boss Gives Verdict On Mick Schumacher

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has said he is “happy” with the progress Mick Schumacher has made in his debut season in Formula 1. The German, who won the 2020 Formula 2 Championship, was signed by Haas for 2021 and he remains affiliated with Ferrari, who helped him land the seat. READ: IndyCar Boss Suggests


Guenther Steiner Gives Update On Mick Schumacher’s Future At Haas

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has issued an update regarding Mick Schumacher’s future with the American racing outfit. Mick, the son of seven-time F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher, is racing with Haas in his debut season in the pinnacle of motorsport, and he has had the better of his fellow rookie team-mate, Nikita Mazepin, so


Nikita Mazepin Says He ‘Went Through Some Difficult Times’

Haas F1 rookie Nikita Mazepin has opened up on the pre-season scandal he found himself embroiled in after he uploaded a video of him groping an Instagram model’s breasts onto social media. The Russian racing driver’s conduct prompted backlash and unwavering calls for him to be dropped by the Haas F1 Team. READ: Mercedes Still

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Haas Boss Happy F1 Fans Have ‘Forgotten’ About Mazepin Groping Scandal

Haas F1 team principal Guenther Steiner has said he is pleased that Nikita Mazepin is no longer “in the headlines he was in” prior to making his debut in the pinnacle of motorsport. The Russian racing driver caused controversy in late 2020, shortly after Haas announced him as one of their drivers for the upcoming

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