Haas riders has qualified for the top 10 at Silverstone after their race hit the skids early at the time Magnussen and Grosjean had to collide on the opening lap leaving both drivers dropping down the field.
Grosjean crashed out of the race and Magnussen come home in ninth has made it clear to his drivers that a repeat of such an incident will not be tolerated.
‘Don’t do anything stupid’. After seeing his drivers collide on the first lap at the British Grand Prix, Haas boss Guenther Steiner has delivered some stern instructions to Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean ahead of their return to action in Germany.
“In Silverstone we qualified again seventh and eighth, we were in a fantastic position to score points with two cars,” Steiner said. “We ended up scoring barely with one car.”
“We just need to not throw any more points away. It’s so difficult at the start to make rules of engagement. The only rule of engagement is don’t do anything stupid. Do nothing that will compromise the team.