Saturday, April 13, 2024

Gunther Steiner has got a new Formula 1 job after Haas firing

Gunther Steiner remains in Formula 1 despite his dismissal from the Haas team. However, the former team manager will have a completely different role this year, namely as a TV expert.

Gunther Steiner may not be quite as out of Formula 1 as many thought after his resignation as team manager at Haas.

But already when the dismissal was announced, speculation about Steiner's future began to abound. And now his next step should be in place, at least for the near future.

Steiner has reportedly entered into an agreement to cover Formula 1 as an expert for the German TV channel RTL.

This is written by Ekstra Bladet .

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– With Günther Steiner, we have secured a team manager and Formula 1 insider who has been in the paddock for many years and who, in front of RTL's microphones, will enrich our live broadcasts with insight and clear speech, says Inga Leschek, program director at RTL.

However, it will not be only Germans who can enjoy a reunion with Gunther Steiner. Perhaps on an even looser line.

Many Danes – especially those in the western parts of the country – can also receive RTL's signal. In 2021, Sky Germany actually took over the rights to broadcast Formula 1 in Germany.

But RTL is still allowed to broadcast seven Formula 1 races, and this is something that is now being used with Günther Steiner on the team.

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