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Haas hasn't been afraid to get involved in the political angle either and try to hold their own, albeit they were on the losing side of protests both against them and other teams.
Renault successfully saw Romain Grosjean be excluded for an illegal floor at Monza and a query over the legality of Force India's new entry as Racing Point after the summer break also failed in Abu Dhabi.
“It’s part of what you’re doing, if you have to make a cake, you need to break eggs," Steiner continued.
“You can’t do it without it. [But] I don’t do intentionally. I don’t get up in the morning [to do that] but you have to. It’s part of getting better, it’s just like getting the respect, not be a pushover and do what you need to do.
“It’s part of the learning as well. You have done all the steps, you’ve got the experience, then the second time you will be better.
“You have to start somewhere and whoever is around, you start with them!”