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An IndyCar driver in F1. How hard could it be?

"An American driver [In F1] would be great, but he needs to be successful," Haas F1's Guenther Steiner told the press at last month's United States Grand Prix. "I'm not saying that Josef [Newgarden] would not be successful, but you cannot just jump in. It's different when you jump into Le Mans from Formula 1. When you come from another series to jump into Formula 1, it is difficult."The pressure here is tremendous. After three races if you don't deliver, you know what you are - an idiot, and you need to leave. To put an American [onto the grid] and make him fail is not good for him, it is not good for F1 in America and it is not good for us. We need to be sure that he...
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