Guenther Steiner states that Haas want to take their time before signing a new major sponsorship deal.

After Haas made their F1 debut in 2016, they had two title sponsors – Rich Energy and Uralkali. Both deals, however, were terminated under controversial circumstances.

Steiner revealed earlier that there was interest from potential sponsors after Uralkali’s exit. Despite that, Haas decided to take a cautious approach to the matter.

“There is a lot of movement, but we don’t want to jump immediately onto the next one,” the Haas team principal said.

“We want to take our time, do our due diligence, make a good decision. We are in a safe place at the moment.

“There’s no point to rush anything that we maybe regret in six months’ time.”

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