Director Haas Gunther Steiner welcomed double points finish of the Grand Prix of Monaco.
For the first time in its history, both Haas cars finished in the top 10: Romain Grosjean was eighth, while Kevin Magnussen saw the chequered flag tenth.
In addition, the American team scored points in four of the six starting races of the season-2017.
“This is a demonstration of our growth and maturity – quoted AUTOSPORT.com Steiner. Over time, progress comes. Rome was not built in one day.
At the Monaco Grand Prix we have achieved historic accomplishments, but you always want more. That’s life. Of course, there will be downs, but it is also clear that we have matured over the past year and a half.
Maturity and other things come with time – it can’t be bought for money. You need to make mistakes, learn and react. The team impressed me last weekend”.
Haas ranks eighth in the constructors ‘ championship, scored 14 points. The same number of credits and Renault, however, additional indicators of the French team is a step above. At the same time, Gunther puts the task in front of Haas to finish in sixth position in the team standings for the year.
“Give up never, but it looks like Force India a few times this season at the right time in the right place – continued Steiner. The situation may change, and for them it has changed in Monaco, where Force India did not take any points. A few of these races and the situation may again change.
If I say that we are aiming for fifth place, it will be regarded as greed. If we’re the sixth, I’ll be happy.”
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