And even though ensemble has fewer staff that a number of its midfield rivals, Magnussen believes that the civilization in his team that has evolved since it’s really small is allowing it to thrive.
“It forces us to be very focused and it’s easier to stay on the right track whenever you are merely a couple of divisions in the team, as opposed to, you know, you own all of it in one area and everyone is hoping to get the very best of each world,” he said in an interview with Motorsport.com.
“You sometimes get these branches fighting one another to get the eye — where one department believes something is very important while the other departments thinks the aero is crucial.
“This manner [this HAAS does] is to just receive a package and also make the best of this. You design the remainder and you proceed racing. It’s very straightforward and much more lead and kind of bit easier I believe like this.”
While the size of the outfit is a help in improving efficiency, he admits that the team is still lacking a small bit of experience.
“I think we merely broadly speaking as friends work better together, and operational prudent,” he explained. “On track we do matters better, little matters, for example you know when the elements changes eleventh hour in qualifying, and they change the cooling quickly to secure more efficiency.
“The team is only more efficient too concerning the ability we gain operating a car setup shrewd. A good deal of tyre comprehension, we’re still not there yet, but we’re going forward in this area and improving our knowledge and comprehension of the tyres.
“We’re making advancements. It’s sometimes easy to overlook it is only our third season in Formula 1 and I think we now have been so efficient in making race cars, that some times our inexperience is what’s holding us rather than potential and time.”
Magnussen says the powerful team spirit at HAAS can be helping him enjoy f 1 significantly more than he’s been doing before.
“Surely is a much better setting than I have ever, since the operation is good and also, you know, I am only in a quite a good place in my livelihood,” he said.
“I’ve security concerning my future in the team and the team, you know, is extremely committed to me. I’m trusted and valued, in order that part is very great .”
He added:”When you like what you do, then you become better. Whenever you’re having a great time with it, it’s much easier and you do better. I really do.
“I have had times in Formula 1, even if it really was not at all enjoyable and you understand everybody starts questioning each other. In addition, you know, the driver is extremely easy to blame, and then you’re outside.
“Where we’re it doesn’t seem like anybody is ticking each other unless we will need to… like unless we have to sit and talk together and say who had been awful for this, you know. And that is merely a constructive method of improving the team, but it’s not like a blame culture in any respect.”