The team filed a Right of Review into the US Grand Prix after track limits were not monitored at Turn 6 – but the stewards did not feel it met the threshold for further sanction.
Guenther Steiner, the boss of Haas Formula 1 team, believes that their appeal for a review of the results of the United States Grand Prix was a positive outcome for the sport. Despite the stewards’ decision to uphold the original results, Steiner feels that it was important to try and address the issue of track limits not being properly monitored. The stewards themselves acknowledged that improvements need to be made in this area, particularly by ensuring the presence of CCTV cameras at critical points on the track. Steiner stressed that the responsibility for enforcing and monitoring the regulations lies with the FIA, the governing body of Formula 1, not the teams. He believes that the overall benefit of the appeal lies in pushing for improvements and ensuring a better future for the sport.