Team leader Haas Gunther Steiner said that on the eve of pre-season tests in Barcelona team will have to work around the clock.
In 2011, FIA introduced a curfew to reduce the working hours of the staff team, but at the time of test this rule does not apply.
“The tests there is no limit of work, said Steiner. – We can introduce day and night shifts. In the good old days employees worked day and night.
We have this: workers on the night shift come in at 6 PM, dinner with the daytime, which tells about the work done. Then they work until the morning and have Breakfast with the daytime, which share parts of their work. Then some go to sleep, and others to work.”
Steiner also said that the most difficult thing in this mode of operation, and as employees to avoid overtime: “Since we only test one car, respectively, we change the pit crew after the first tests. Some want to continue to work, and then you need to be careful. Quite a difficult task to tell a worker, “no.”
Saturday or Sunday we give them the weekend before Australia. After the second test the same employees will have to collect the cars before shipping to Australia. It is important that they are not gone.”
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