Haas say their two drivers are "equal" and there are "no team orders"

24-05-2019 08:13
by Louis Shaw
Haas say their two drivers are equal and there are no team orders

Haas have said that their two drivers are "equal" and that there are no team orders despite the fact that there two drivers have collided with each other on multiple occasions. Team boss Guenther Steiner will allow his drivers to continue to race as long as they respect each other on track more. 

"They can race against each other, but they need to know where the limit is. In Barcelona, the limit was gone over a little bit," Steiner was quoted by grandprix.com.

The boss said that the reason the two drivers have hit each other is due to the fact that they are so equal. 

To stop this Steiner said, "we would have to appoint one driver as number 1 and the other as number 2. We do not want to do that. We will have to put up with a few headaches."

Kevin Magnussen spoke about the incident in Spain. 

"The good thing about our team is that no big drama was made out of it,"

"Gunther explained his position, we shook hands and we know how to deal with such a situation in the future."

"There are no team orders,

Haas will hope that they can put the incident behind them and that they can get both cars in the points this weekend at Monaco.  

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