Formula 1 | Steiner admits toughest GP hat-trick in F1 history

The past month may have been the most difficult Grand Prix streak in Formula 1 history.

This is the opinion of Günther Steiner, who leads the smallest team on the grid and – in 2021 – the least competitive of all.

The director of the Haas F1 team was invited to comment on the particularly difficult treble of races in Mexico, Brazil and then Qatar in as many weeks.

« We had delays with freight from Mexico City to Interlagos, which made us a little nervous, but in the end we got it all right, » Steiner says.

« This is how Formula 1 is – you complain and panic easily, then everything is fine at the end. »

« But! There is a but! It has never been so difficult, especially since the flight from Brazil to Qatar was very long. Our guys had to dismantle the whole garage and dismantle the cars at Interlagos on Sunday evening, followed by a 16 hour flight to the Middle East. « 

« And it’s not just the distance, it’s also the time difference. »

“It was exhausting for everyone, but I think the fans are enjoying how many races we have had this year despite the Covid. Formula 1 has done a good job this way, but I have to admit that I, too. I thought the last few weeks have really been on the limit. « 

« It was probably the most difficult sequence of races in the history of F1. »

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