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Steiner losing patience with Haas' costly crashes

Guenther Steiner is close to his tolerance threshold with the number of costly crashes involving the Haas team’s rookie drivers. The latest incident involved Mick Schumacher in FP3 for the Hungarian Grand Prix, hitting the wall at Turn 11 with an impact that left the team narrowly short of enough time to repair the car for qualifying. Saturdays have not been lucky for the German on a few occasions this season. A similar scenario occurred in Monaco, while at the French Grand Prix, Schumacher put Haas in Q2 for the first time all year – but could not take part as he crashed right at the end of Q1. Haas are not in as financially strong a position as the vast majority of their rivals on...
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