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Steiner reveals when Haas will bring first major upgrades of the season

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has revealed that the American side plan to bring their next batch of upgrades to the Hungarian Grand Prix just before the summer break. The Banbury-based side are likely to be forced to make changes to their plans this year after Mick Schumacher took a hefty amount out of their budget cap for the season with his crashes in Jeddah and Monaco. Haas have been a consistent midfield runner this year, and have scored points on three occasions in the first nine races through the returning Kevin Magnussen. READ: Norris makes shocking comment about 2022 McLaren They have managed five times the number of points in the first half of 2022 than they managed in each...
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