The Haas boss feels his experience both for Sauber during pre-season testing plus the opening two races as stand-in for the injured Pascal Wehrlein and his tests for Ferrari have given Giovinazzi plenty of F1 mileage which enabled him to quickly get up to speed for Haas.“He did a good job but Antonio has been in the car before, he has done races and a lot of tests,” Steiner said. “He’s a solid guy and he’s fast. We have seen that last year in GP2.
He’s a good guy and he’s very professional, he’s very mature.“We didn’t expect anything strange with him as he’s a rookie but he’s not a rookie. I don’t know how many days pre-season testing he did with Sauber, he did two races for them, he drove the Ferrari quite a bit so he’s solid.”