The new season of ‘Drive to Survive’ on the streaming service Netflix shows in section two, how last year’s downturn affected the Haas team to such an extent, that drivers were threatened with a firing, if they are not fixed into.

the Series follows the particular team boss Günther Steiner, which is becoming more and more depressed, while the results are getting worse and worse.

the Downturn reaches its climax during the British Grand Prix, where the crisis internally with Haas culminated when Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean bumping together and destroyed both cars on the race initially.

the Incident on the track end up subsequent in a wild argument of the open microphone, where the team manager Günther Steiner whips Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean into a proverbial earful.

Here you get as a viewer is not allowed to see what is going on the room, but the microphone remains switched on at Günther Steiner.

And if you have difficulty with the word ‘fucking’, one should not read the following:

“I’m fucking tired of you (Magnussen and Grosjean, ed.). You have fucking failed the team and let me down. even though I have protected you all the time. I fucking don’t care who is right and who is wrong. I don’t want all your fucking piss more,” sputters team head and continues:

“Gene (Haas, ed.) use 100 million per year of its own fucking money. He will pull the plug and fail all, because I have two big fucking idiots. I have no more to fucking say to you two. And you don’t like it, so I have no use for you here,” cries Günther Steiner and leaving the room.

Then sounds a bang, after which the chief engineer Kumatso notes that Kevin Magnussen left the room and smashed the door on his way out.

It gets Günther Steiner to fly out in the pit lane, where he seeks out Kevin Magnussens friend and former adviser, Jesper Carlsen, in serious terminology get to know that Kevin Magnussen can take of the hell for, if he behaves like this in the future.

Günther Steiner concludes, then, that if it were him, he would fire both Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean on the spot.