Guenther Steiner believes that Haas “have nobody else to blame than ourselves” for the Miami Grand Prix result.
Haas had an opportunity to score points at last Sunday’s Miami GP. However, Mick Schumacher, who was running in the top 10, had a collision with Sebastian Vettel in the closing stages of the race and finished 15th.
Kevin Magnussen changed tires during the Safety Car period, but was unable to capitalize on it. Furthermore, he collided with Lance Stroll and retired from the race. Steiner shared his thoughts about the team’s performance.
“We were in a bad place on Saturday,” the Haas team principal said.
“I think everybody regrouped, we put ourselves in a good place again, and then 10 laps to go, we go down the drain.
“Who is not disappointed after a weekend like this? I think we have nobody else to blame than ourselves.
“We were up in the points, it was possible with maybe two cars to get into points, and then we just lost it all at the restart.
“Very disappointing, because I think the guys regrouped very well, and then we did a few mistakes and ended up with nothing. Or not with nothing, we ended up with broken parts in the end.”