Guenther Steiner, the manager of the Haas F1 team, will write a new book on his time spent with the organization during the 2022 F1 season.
After languishing at the rear of the grid for two straight years. Haas and Guenther Steiner had a breakthrough season in 2022.
The American team has not been the most successful in recent years. But in 2020, when Ferrari’s power unit began to lose a lot of competitiveness, its performance took a sharp downward turn. A season featuring an all-rookie roster and the team’s choice to forego vehicle development was what transpired in 2021.
In 2022, Haas intended to concentrate on the new restrictions and make the most of them. The strategy really benefited the group, and they moved back to the middle of the field. Guenther Steiner remarked in reference to his book “Surviving to Drive,”
“In terms of recording some of the various things a team principal in Formula 1 has to go through, I don’t believe I could have chosen a more busy year than this one,” the author said.
“I’ve never thought about keeping a journal before. And even though I like to look forward. It’s been interesting to look back over this year as I proofread this book once more. And considered all the highs and lows we had at Haas F1 Team.”
Guenther Steiner said that looking back on the 2022 Formula One season, the highs well outnumbered the lows and the team had a productive year. Guenther Steiner stated:
For 2023, Haas and Guenther Steiner hopes to expand on its achievements
The bright highlights of the season, like as Kevin Magnussen‘s return to the scoring lineup in Bahrain, Mick Schumacher’s first points at Silverstone, the team’s first-ever pole position in Brazil, and our eighth-place finish in the constructors’ championship, ultimately stick out more.
As the squad looks to capitalize on its success from this season, Guenther Steiner felt upbeat about the chances for the next campaign. Guenther Steiner stated:
“I can’t thank everyone who is a member of the Haas F1 Team enough for their efforts and devotion since it is the hard work of everyone on our team that has returned us to the Formula 1 battle. I hope folks like this glimpse into our next 2022 campaign and that they’ll join us in 2023 as we attempt to expand on this year’s results.”
Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg will be the team’s driving duo for the next campaign. After being demoted in 2021, the American team placed eighth in the championship at the end of the season. Guenther Steiner will look forward to the 2023 season