Guenther Steiner has provided an update regarding the freight delay for this weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix.
Why it matters: The teams faced an issue with the transportation of the equipment from Mexico City to Sao Paulo due to bad weather.
- The Haas team principal has revealed that the curfew and scrutineering times were changed.
- Steiner admits that the mechanics will be spend the night setting everything up in time for Friday’s sessions.
What he had to say:
- “I think it [equipment] is in Brazil now, it’s landed, but I don’t think it’s on the track, everything, yet. It should be all at the track in the next hours.”
- “I think the guys [mechanics] just have to work through the night. That’s the only thing you can do. I don’t know if we need to work through the night, but it will be for sure a late night.”
- “All the rest, with the regulations, has been changed as of this morning, the curfew and the scrutineering times, that has been all adjusted. We can still do the event as planned, not change the timetable, that’s the plan, and I think that’s achievable now.”