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Steiner deliberately made Schumacher and Mazepin 'learn the hard way'

Haas rookies Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin did not have it easy in their first Formula One season. They had to make do with a car that was not developed and moreover invariably drove at the back. Team boss Guenther Steiner thought it was better to let his drivers "learn the hard way. Haas chose to treat 2021 as a transitional year and not develop the car further for that season, allowing it to focus all its resources on the new regulations for 2022. The result was last place in the constructors' championship and no points. Read more Will Hamilton follow the example of these big names in Formula 1? Steiner didn't have to be annoyed in 2021 Meanwhile, rookies Schumacher and Mazepin...
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