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Haas only has itself to blame for missing out on P4 - Steiner

Self-inflicted errors cost Haas a fourth-place finish in the 2018 Formula 1 constructors’ championship, according to team boss Guenther Steiner. The American squad continued its impressive progress in just its third year in F1, ending the season fifth in the standings behind only Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull and Renault. Haas finished 29 points adrift of Renault following a tight, season-long scrap for the ‘best of the rest’ tag, with Steiner admitting his team paid the price for making a number of mistakes throughout the campaign. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  “I think it is our own fault that we didn’t finish fourth,” Steiner said. “I think it is part of the learning we have...
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