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Steiner: Haas learned from its mistakes, and improved

Haas boss Guenther Steiner says the fact that the US outfit was able to learn from its mistakes and subsequently improve was one of the most important aspects of its 2018 campaign. Haas embarked on its third season of Grand Prix racing this year and scored almost double the amount of points it collected in 2017, a result that delivered a fourth-place finish to the team in the Constructors' standings and validated its progress. There were nevertheless a few mishaps over the course of the year, like the team's very costly double pit stop blunder at the opening round in Melbourne. Jan Magnussen proud to see his son now 'established' in F1 Steiner insists however that the outfit's crews...
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