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Gunther Steiner Will Be Releasing a Book Named “Surviving to Drive” in 2023

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Gunther Steiner, Team Principal of the Haas Formula 1 team is going to release a book in April. Named “Surviving to Drive” the book is set to take the readers inside the team as it battles through the 2022 F1 Season.

Gunther Steiner has been one of the favorite team bosses among the fans. His popularity was shot up due to the Netflix series “Drive to Survive” which portrayed him as a no-nonsense character with a forthright approach.

Steiner’s book will let readers see the functioning of the team through Steiner’s eyes. It will be published by Transworld and is set to release in April 2023.

Apparently, the book is “uncompromising and searingly honest, told in Steiner’s inimitable style.” It will take the fans behind the scenes into the backstage of a Formula 1 team.

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner

“Surviving to Drive” is almost like a diary of Gunther Steiner as he navigates his team through the various challenges that propped up during the 2022 Formula 1 season.

2022 was a challenging season for Gunther Steiner

The 2022 season was full of hardships and challenges for Haas. They had a very uncertain pre-season, where they cut ties with their sponsor UralKali and their Russian driver Nikita Mazepin. Mazepin was later replaced by Kevin Magnussen.

It turned out to be an excellent decision and Kevin Magnussen immediately made his mark and finished P5 during the first race of the season in Bahrain. He would also go on to claim the team’s first-ever pole position.

The latter part of 2022 was spent speculating about which drivers would make up the Haas lineup in 2023. Gunther Steiner ultimately chose to replace Mick Schumacher with Nico Hulkenberg for 2023.

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Gunther Steiner said, “I don’t think I could have picked a more active year than this one in terms of documenting some of the many things a team principal has to go through in Formula 1.”

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Steiner said that he had never thought about keeping a diary before because he doesn’t usually like to look back at stuff. However, he claims that the 2022 season is different. The season had more highs than lows for the Haas F1 team.

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He pointed out the various high points of the team, “From Kevin Magnussen’s points-scoring return in Bahrain to Mick Schumacher’s first points at Silverstone, through to the team’s first ever pole position in Brazil and our eighth place finish in the constructors’ championship – it’s been quite the season.

Gunther Steiner, Team Principal of the Haas Formula 1 team is going to release a book in April. Named “Surviving to Drive” the book is set to take the readers inside the team as it battles through the 2022 F1 Season.

Gunther Steiner has been one of the favorite team bosses among the fans. His popularity was shot up due to the Netflix series “Drive to Survive” which portrayed him as a no-nonsense character with a forthright approach.

Steiner’s book will let readers see the functioning of the team through Steiner’s eyes. It will be published by Transworld and is set to release in April 2023.

Apparently, the book is “uncompromising and searingly honest, told in Steiner’s inimitable style.” It will take the fans behind the scenes into the backstage of a Formula 1 team.

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner

“Surviving to Drive” is almost like a diary of Gunther Steiner as he navigates his team through the various challenges that propped up during the 2022 Formula 1 season.

2022 was a challenging season for Gunther Steiner

The 2022 season was full of hardships and challenges for Haas. They had a very uncertain pre-season, where they cut ties with their sponsor UralKali and their Russian driver Nikita Mazepin. Mazepin was later replaced by Kevin Magnussen.

It turned out to be an excellent decision and Kevin Magnussen immediately made his mark and finished P5 during the first race of the season in Bahrain. He would also go on to claim the team’s first-ever pole position.

The latter part of 2022 was spent speculating about which drivers would make up the Haas lineup in 2023. Gunther Steiner ultimately chose to replace Mick Schumacher with Nico Hulkenberg for 2023.

Gunther Steiner said, “I don’t think I could have picked a more active year than this one in terms of documenting some of the many things a team principal has to go through in Formula 1.”

Read More: Christian Horner Reveals One Thing That He Didn’t Like About Sebastian Vettel When He Was at Red Bull

Steiner said that he had never thought about keeping a diary before because he doesn’t usually like to look back at stuff. However, he claims that the 2022 season is different. The season had more highs than lows for the Haas F1 team.

He pointed out the various high points of the team, “From Kevin Magnussen’s points-scoring return in Bahrain to Mick Schumacher’s first points at Silverstone, through to the team’s first ever pole position in Brazil and our eighth place finish in the constructors’ championship – it’s been quite the season.

Gunther Steiner, Team Principal of the Haas Formula 1 team is going to release a book in April. Named “Surviving to Drive” the book is set to take the readers inside the team as it battles through the 2022 F1 Season.

Gunther Steiner has been one of the favorite team bosses among the fans. His popularity was shot up due to the Netflix series “Drive to Survive” which portrayed him as a no-nonsense character with a forthright approach.

Steiner’s book will let readers see the functioning of the team through Steiner’s eyes. It will be published by Transworld and is set to release in April 2023.

Apparently, the book is “uncompromising and searingly honest, told in Steiner’s inimitable style.” It will take the fans behind the scenes into the backstage of a Formula 1 team.

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner

“Surviving to Drive” is almost like a diary of Gunther Steiner as he navigates his team through the various challenges that propped up during the 2022 Formula 1 season.

2022 was a challenging season for Gunther Steiner

The 2022 season was full of hardships and challenges for Haas. They had a very uncertain pre-season, where they cut ties with their sponsor UralKali and their Russian driver Nikita Mazepin. Mazepin was later replaced by Kevin Magnussen.

It turned out to be an excellent decision and Kevin Magnussen immediately made his mark and finished P5 during the first race of the season in Bahrain. He would also go on to claim the team’s first-ever pole position.

The latter part of 2022 was spent speculating about which drivers would make up the Haas lineup in 2023. Gunther Steiner ultimately chose to replace Mick Schumacher with Nico Hulkenberg for 2023.

Gunther Steiner said, “I don’t think I could have picked a more active year than this one in terms of documenting some of the many things a team principal has to go through in Formula 1.”

Read More: Christian Horner Reveals One Thing That He Didn’t Like About Sebastian Vettel When He Was at Red Bull

Steiner said that he had never thought about keeping a diary before because he doesn’t usually like to look back at stuff. However, he claims that the 2022 season is different. The season had more highs than lows for the Haas F1 team.

He pointed out the various high points of the team, “From Kevin Magnussen’s points-scoring return in Bahrain to Mick Schumacher’s first points at Silverstone, through to the team’s first ever pole position in Brazil and our eighth place finish in the constructors’ championship – it’s been quite the season.

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