Following Haas's analysis of onboard videos, they contend that several drivers committed offences at Turn 6 that went without punishment.
This prompted Steiner to claim that Haas now hold substantial evidence that could potentially influence the outcome of the Austin Grand Prix.
"It's just a review," Steiner told Motorsport.com. "There's a regulation in place. I mean, in the end, if the stewards didn't have the information, obviously they couldn't take action. I fully understand that.
"But there is information, and now we'll see what the FIA does, once they get the information. I think they need to take action, because otherwise we make rules and then don't do anything about it.
"Okay, I fully respect if they didn't see the pictures, how can they rule this for sure? But now we have clear evidence of it."
The hearing will be conducted on Wednesday, November 8th, 2023, at 15:00 hrs CET (14:00 GMT), and will be managed in two parts.
The hearing concerns alleged breaches of the International Sporting Code, specifically Appendix L, Chapter IV, Article 2c, and Article 33.3 of the FIA Formula One Sporting Regulations.
If the initial hearing establishes the presence of a 'significant and relevant new element' concerning the evidence, a second hearing will be scheduled for a later date.
However, even as Haas's official review is now underway, Steiner has expressed his reluctance towards the situation, yet he firmly believes that rules, if in place, should be enforced.
"We just want to bring the case up," Steiner added. "Because otherwise we need to change the rules. I'm not a big fan of track limits, to be honest.
"I'm the last one who wants penalties on track limits. But if there's a rule in place, we need as a sport to respect rules, that is more the principle of it, than the penalty."
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