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Haas needed 2021 rookies to save F1 team – boss

Sep.20 Gunther Steiner says he had no option other than to oust Haas' former drivers and replace them with rookies Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin for 2021. This year, the struggling American team has been in the headlines for three main reasons – a conspicuous lack of pace, the controversial Mazepin, and the intensifying on and off-track disputes between the Russian and teammate Schumacher. After 2020, Haas surprised F1 pundits by ousting its experienced driver lineup of Romain Grosjean and Keven Magnussen – but boss Steiner now says he had no choice. 'I had to find opportunities to keep the team going,' he told Ekstra Bladet newspaper. 'Many families depend on it. 'So you...
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