Guenther Steiner concedes that finding sponsorship is a “priority” for Haas, but insists the team won’t sell themselves on the cheap.

Last season Ferrari, who power both Haas and Sauber, announced a new big deal with the latter.

Under the new arrangement, Sauber has been rebranded as Alfa Romeo Sauber, which has brought engines, technical know-how and Charles Leclerc to the team.

Asked whether Ferrari have approached Haas with that same deal prior to confirming Sauber, Steiner told “No, not with us, nothing.”

He is, however, open to holding talks about a similar deal if one is put on the table.

Continue Reading on