Haas F1 team principal Guenther Steiner has praised Williams driver Robert Kubica for coming back to Formula 1 after his horror-crash in 2011,...
The American team started their career in 1985 under the guidance of team boss Carl Haas. After twenty races, though, the Americans pulled the plug from the team. In 2016 the team returned to Formula 1 under the name Haas F1 Team, this time under the direction of Gene Haas. Despite the fact that the engines (and other parts) are supplied by Ferrari, Haas have not won any podium as of yet, but their yearly improvements are promising.
|Team Name||Haas F1|
|Base||Kannapolis, United States|
|Team Leader||Guenther Steiner|
|Technical Leader||Rob Taylor|
Haas F1 latest news
Haas/Ferrari relationship "caused friction" with rival teams
Racing Point Force India team principal Otmar Szafnauer has revealed that Haas F1's very close relationship with Ferrari is not sitting well...
Grosjean remembers first Grand Prix with Haas: "What a dream"
Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean has opened up about the first Grand Prix he drove for the American team back in 2016, as he was there when Haas...
Grosjean has "learned all the lessons"
After a poor start to the 2018 Formula One season, Romain Grosjean eventually bounced back to secure himself a seat at Haas for 2019.
Haas team principle Steiner: "We lost points which we shouldn't have lost"
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes his team should have scored more points than it did in 2018.
WATCH: Interview with new Haas title sponsor Rich Energy
Haas have a new title sponsor in energy drink manufacturer Rich Energy, which means they'll have a completely new livery next season among other...
Grosjean thinks he can be in F1 until he's 40
Haas F1's Romain Grosjean has revealed that he thinks he can drive in Formula 1 until he's 40 years old, as the 32-year-old explains he...
Gosjean the chef nearly gave up F1 for the kitchen!
Romain Grosjean has admitted that he nearly gave up racing for cooking!
Grosjean couldn't "forgive himself" if he has another bad start
Romain Grosjean has insisted he would not be able to "forgive himself" if he suffered another bad start to his Formula One season in 2019, like he did in 2018.
Magnussen: Fighting in F1's Class B is dull
Kevin Magnussen has described fighting with the 'best-of-the-rest' category in Formula One as "a bit dull".
WATCH: Magnussen's best season in F1!
Kevin Magnussen recorded his best ever season in Formula One to date, with the Belgian driver outperforming his Haas team-mate Romain Grosjean...
First look at Haas 2019 livery
The season may have only just ended, but potential liveries for next year’s cars are already being thought about and designed. One of the...
2019 Haas concept livery revealed
Haas' newest sponsor Rich Energy has unveiled a concept livery that could be the teams 2019 design. Rich Energy had long been rumoured to be...
Haas decide not to appeal stewards decision about Force India
Hass has decided not to appeal against the decision to dismiss the teams protest against Racing Point Force India. They suggested the 'new' team...
Haas reveal Magnussen had damage during qualifying
Haas F1 team principal Guenther Steiner has revealed that his driver Kevin Magnussen had a damaged car during his qualifying stint in Abu Dhabi,...
Magnussen: "It's still not over, that's for sure"
Haas F1's Kevin Magnussen was disappointed to finish qualifying as low as P13 for the American team, but the 26-year-old insists that "it's...
Grosjean best of the rest in "best lap of career"
Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean has hailed his first run in Q3 during qualifying in Abu Dhabi as one of the best laps of his career, as the Frenchman...
Haas intend to appeal against unsuccessful protest on Force India
Haas F1 has submitted a notice of intent to appeal against a decision made by the FIA stewards. Their protest against the Force India team was deemed unsuccessful.
BREAKING: Stewards reject Haas appeal against Force India
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix stewards have rejected the Haas appeal against Force India.
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