If the driver isn’t good enough, it’s not good for the American market as well: Guenther Steiner

Shubham Singh
04 May 2022
18:45
If the driver isn’t good enough, it’s not good for the American market as well: Guenther Steiner

Team principal of Haas Guenther Steiner claims that getting an American F1 driver has two major challenges. First, the American driver is unlikely to get what they want and secondly, if the American driver fails, it will be bad for market. His comments come in the wake of the Miami Grand Prix, which will happen in Miami, a city in the state of Florida, USA.

But there are two difficulties with this. First is, if as a team you don’t give an American driver what he thinks he deserves or he expects, it’s not good for us and why would we do it then. “And secondly, if the driver isn’t good enough, it’s not good for the American market as well. It needs to be at least a success story. I think there was a time where American drivers didn’t put a lot of effort to get into F1 because it’s very difficult. America is a fantastic place to live and to do F1 seriously you need to move to Europe for a period of time when you are a young man. When you are a good race car driver there are a lot of opportunities in the US which are pretty good. I think now with this increased interest in F1, hopefully there is a build up again. It will take time, but hopefully someone comes one day and is a star here.

Guenther Steiner, Team Principal, Haas

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