Haas Components 1 drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen are set to proceed their analysis of each Brembo and Carbon Industries brake packages throughout observe for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Haas has been blighted with brake points for a lot of its 18-month stint in F1, with Grosjean and Magnussen commonly altering suppliers in latest weeks.
Each drivers are persevering with to tinker with their brake packages in a bid to discover a resolution to the continued issues, main crew boss Günther Steiner to say at Silverstone that they might be welcome to run totally different suppliers.
Waiting for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix, the Haas drivers look set to proceed to swap backwards and forwards between Brembo and Carbon Industries till they discover the very best bundle for the brake-heavy Hungaroring circuit.
“We made one step towards understanding the brand new brakes. There’s a second step as a result of in Silverstone there isn’t a arduous braking – it is one of many circuits the place you employ the brakes lower than in all the different circuits,” Steiner stated.
“Hungary is the alternative. You utilize the brakes fairly a bit and you haven’t any time to chill them down as a result of there aren’t any large straights. So, we proceed our testing and see the place we get in FP1 and FP2, after which determine what we’re going to do for the race.
“At Silverstone, Kevin most well-liked to stick with the Brembo brakes as a result of he knew them higher and he didn’t do FP1, so he was extra snug with them. However once more, I do not know what’s going to occur in Hungary till after FP1 and FP2.”
When requested which brake bundle he would use in Hungary, Grosjean stated: “It will be very depending on cooling. Once we’ve bought the newest from Brembo, I am proud of them.
“But when we are able to run the CIs, I am in all probability going to stay with them.”
Magnussen added: “What we’re searching for is only a constant efficiency – one thing you may construct your confidence round and discover a rhythm.
“We’re nonetheless engaged on it.”