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Steiner praises Haas staff for not giving up on 2021

Guenther Steiner said he's 'impressed' with his Haas team's attitude throughout a season to forget, and hopes for better in 2022. Haas opted to not develop their 2021 car at all and, having already started the year with the least competitive car on the grid, they spent the year as Formula 1's perennial backmarkers. The team principal said their longest-serving staff are aware of their previous competitiveness in midfield battles, and that has only served as motivation to get themselves back there. He also highlighted the work the mechanics and engineers did to put themselves in as good a place as possible each weekend, despite knowing they'd likely hold the final two places on the grid at...
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