The Haas F1 team endured a poor race during the Canadian Grand Prix 2019 as they finished well out of the points. The highest Haas car was Romain Grosjean in 14th, with teammate Kevin Magnussen in 17th.
In the middle of the race, Kevin Magnussen got on the radio to complain about the car’s lack of pace. He lamented, “This is the worst experience I’ve ever had in any race car ever”. At the time, he was running in 18th, just one place ahead of last-placed, Robert Kubica.
However, the team were equally fed up with the car and they replied, “None of us are happy with this pace”. Then, the team boss, Guenther Steiner got on the radio, he said, “It mean that for us its also not a nice experience, it’s enough now, that’s what it means. Enough is enough.”
It was clear that Steiner had also lost his patience, and wanted his driver to stop complaining and just race. The weekend was particularly harsh for them as Kevin Magnussen crashed out in the dying seconds of Q2, costing teammate Grosjean a chance in the top 10.