Haas protest Perez and Alonso’s cars following United States Grand Prix

Haas protest Perez and Alonso’s cars following United States Grand Prix

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  • Haas have made the decision to protest the cars of Alpine driver Fernando Alonso and Red Bull racer Sergio Perez in the wake of the United States Grand Prix.
  • READ MORE: Verstappen beats Hamilton to United States GP victory as Red Bull secure an emotional constructors’ title win But after the race, Haas lodged a pair of protests against Perez and Alonso’s cars, which the FIA stewards later deemed admissible.
  • It’s believed the protests relate to damage incurred on the Alpine and Red Bull machines – the former from contact with Lance Stroll, the latter from a touch with Valtteri Bottas – neither of which were warned with a black-and-orange flag.
  • Kevin Magnussen: 'Very important' for Haas to win points at home race Haas have previously spoken publicly at their annoyance of Kevin Magnussen having received three such black-and-orange flags – which require the driver to pit as soon as possible if they’ve suffered a mechanical issue that’s deemed to be unsafe – in 2022, the most recent coming at the Singapore Grand Prix.

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