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Guenther Steiner defends controversial decision

Haas team principal, Guenther Steiner, is pleased that there will be three races in the United States next season. The US Grand Prix returned in 2012 after a five-year absence, with the last race in 2007 being held in Indianapolis back in 2007. That was won by Sir Lewis Hamilton, as was the inaugural grand prix in Texas, which has since held another eight races. This year, Austin was joined by Miami, which hosted a race around the Miami Dolphins’ Hard Rock Stadium in May, and that was won by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen. READ: F1 boss explains why Mick Schumacher is under more pressure than Max Verstappen Next season, a third US event will be added in Vegas, which is set to be a Saturday...
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