Sauber has renamed Alfa Romeo as part of a major driving force of the Italian automaker to increase branding in F1.
The move also suggests that Alfa Romeo will provide closer technical links with Ferrari in the future, which extends without the customer relationship that Haas likes.
Although this may lead to Haas being moved down the cutting edge when it comes to Ferrari priorities, Steiner is obviously not seeing any reason why his working relationship with Maranello is changing.
"We have a very solid relationship with them, technically, humanly and financially," he said about how things were with Ferrari.
"It's very solid. They respect us, we respect them and we work very well.
" What they do with Sauber and with Alfa Romeo is none of my business. They know I fully respect it.
"I don't bother. As long as we get what they promise and what they gave us [before] I'm happy. What they do otherwise is it. 1
Steiner said the terms of his team partnership with Ferrari were unchanged, with his clothing buying as many parts as the regulations allow.
" What we get from them we are very pleased with, "he said." We have no negatives. "
" As I said before, I have no impact on what they do and I do not want, because it is not my business what they do with their business.
"I do not feel that I am able to tell Ferrari what to do. As long as we do what we always did to them, and what we continue to do and they actually do, I am happy.  "What they do with Alpha, I have no influence and do not want any influence because we are happy what we get from them and that is all good. I do not even ask questions to them about Alfa Romeo because it is not one of my business. "
Romain Grosjean, Haas F1 Team, Guenther Steiner, Chief Manager, Haas F1 and Kevin Magnussen, Haas F1 Team
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