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Guenther Steiner Splits with Haas Formula 1 Team

Guenther Steiner Splits with Haas Formula 1 Team

Much of the latest sports news centered on the Formula 1, as Guenther Steiner parts ways with Haas. A lot of rumors are going around, naturally. But from what insiders are saying, it seems that the decision was only finalized last December. But the rumor mill is also saying that Steiner was caught off guard, not knowing that there would not be any contract extensions for him.

The replacing the former Haas team head is Ayao Komatsu. Haas will be dealing with a lot of changes because aside from losing Steiner, they are also losing technical director Simone Resta. Haas now has the challenge of ensuring that the new VF-24 will safely perform by the time the F1 Bahrain races signal the start of the new season. And if you use a good bookie software, you will want to also be prepared for the Formula 1 season, as the tournament is popular in sportsbooks.

What Happens with Guenther Steiner and Haas

Guenther Steiner Splits with Haas Formula 1 TeamSteiner is set to appear at the Autosport International Show in Birmingham. Of course, fans are expecting to hear from him then. In the world of racing, this will now be the most-anticipated interview so far this year. It would not be surprising to see lines on Formula 1 racing change based on him leaving Haas, and where he may end up with. Your Bookie PPH software will take care of any changes in betting lines even in the preseason.

The shuffle in leadership in the F1 is not uncommon. In fact, in the past two years, only Red Bull and Mercedes have not changed their team principals. It seems to follow the trend in other sports like football, where managers pay the price of subpar performances. While it does seem to be part of command responsibility, others believe that circumstances should also matter.

But Steiner’s name is practically synonymous with Haas, which is why this split is making such noise in the racing world. But for Haas, at the end of the day, its about performance. Time will tell if Komatsu will be able to turn things around. As for Steiner, who has been more popular than ever thanks to Drive To Survive, has a lot of options. He has his own business, but it would be interesting to see if he will stay with the F1.


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