(Motorsport-Entire.com) – Proposals such as a reverse grid have recently caused great criticism among the drivers, but Haas team principal Günther Steiner would do such experiments in the season (*******************************************************************************************************) will not cure all Formula 1 problems.

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Günther Steiner has basically nothing against experiments Zoom Download

“Sometimes you just have to experiment. Because how else to find out if something works or not if you do not try? “Says the South Tyrolean. “We can do simulations, but then we will not do it in the end, because there are risks, but every change involves risks, because nobody wants changes.”

Steiner's only condition in the experiments: The Formula 1 has to be honest and recognize when an idea has failed. A few years ago, Formula 1 introduced a qualifying qualifying session, which was dropped after a short while.

“I personally do not see the need, but if the FOM would like to test it. “We are part of the whole, and it's not about us, but about the sport,” said the Haas team boss. “They are the experts and promoters, it's their level to. And we have to try to help make the levels better.”

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An important topic for 221837 is the budget limit. Currently, the gap between the top teams and the relaxation of the field is too big – the new budget framework should help to narrow the gap again. However, the agreed sum of 10 million US buck for the midfield groups is still too big .

Again and again the drivers emphasize that they want closer racing. “If the front drivers are not happy with it, then they have to tell their groups that the budget line has to go down,” says Steiner. “Everyone is working on this idea, but if we want it fast, the only way would be to further reduce the limit, but that's difficult for the big groups.”

“We have usaber now this agreement, “he says. “So we have to go through a phase where we have a gap between the top teams and the relaxation – which, hopefully, will be less than at present.”

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