At the end of the season, Haas finished eighth in the Constructors’ Championship, the team’s best finish since 2018. Kevin Magnussen believes the prize money owed to Haas will help his team take the next step forward in 2023.
Kevin Magnussen: “The most important thing is that we kept eighth place. In the race we had no chance to do better, but the team has kept the position and can now switch to development next winter.
Haas has made a good step forward in the past two years. We have laid the foundations for further progress, so I am already looking forward to next year. This year the team has learned a lot that will come in handy next season, so we will work hard over the winter to prepare as best we can for 2023.
A lot of good things have happened to Haas this year. We have taken a higher place in the Constructors’ Championship and will receive more prize money for this, which will help with further development. In addition, we have a title sponsor MoneyGram. We hope that their arrival will also lead to more investment in the refinement of the machine.”
Source: F1 News
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