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 News
Happy Birthday Romain Grosjean!
Romain Grosjean turned 33 today. The Haas driver received birthday wishes from his teammate Kevin Magnussen on Twitter. A birthday celebration...
Haas report struggle with putting heat in tyres
Haas has scored eight points this season, a total which could have been much higher. During the Bahrain and Chinese Grands Prix, boss Gunther...
Grosjean was worried about his tyres at the end of the Chinese GP
Haas driver Romain Grosjean was "a bit worried" before the Chinese Grand Prix due to tyre management problems with the team's car.
Guenther Steiner is prepared for more "disappointment" in Baku
Haas boss Guenther Steiner believes that his team's struggles are set to continue in Baku. Haas has been struggling so far this season to keep...
China fall-off blamed on tyres yet again by Haas
After Haas yet again failed to convert a double Q3 appearance into points on Sunday, the team has blamed their Sunday struggles on the tyres,...
Kevin Magnussen says Haas "need to work on race pace"
Kevin Magnussen does not understand why his Haas does not have the race pace to be competitive on Sundays. The team seem to be able to qualify...
Steiner: Not fantastic, but not the end of the world
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner wasn't particularly happy with his team's qualifying result on Saturday, but admitted it wasn't "the end of the world".
Magnussen admits it's "difficult to understand" where tyre window is in China
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen is one of many drivers who struggles to get the most out of his tyres in China, as the Dane thinks it's "difficult...
Guenther Steiner jokes that Ferrari are cheating with their fuel
Guenther Steiner has responded to Christian Horner's comments about the smell of Ferraris fuel and had a bit of a joke with the press. In the...
FP2 Summary - Valtteri Bottas tops the time sheet
Valtteri Bottas has topped FP2 as preparations for the Chinese Grand Prix continue. The Finn led for much of the session after setting a 1.33.330...
POLL: Who's going to win the Chinese Grand Prix?
This weekend is the third round of the Formula 1 season, the Chinese Grand Prix. A very technical circuit with long corners and a long straight...
Guenther Steiner says the midfield will change "from track to track"
Guenther Steiner has said that he doesn't believe the midfield is closer to the top teams but instead thinks that there are more teams competing...
Steiner "relaxed" about 2021 regulations potentially forbidding Haas team model
Haas F1 team principal Guenther Steiner says he's "pretty relaxed" about the team's future in regard to the new Formula 1 regulations...
Ross Brawn believes the 'B-team' model should stay
Ross Brawn says that he supports the 'B-team' model that Formula 1 has implemented. Haas, Alfa Romeo and Toro Rosso are all teams who use...
Grosjean expecting Haas to bounce back in China
Romain Grosjean believes Haas' struggles in Bahrain will not carry over to the Chinese Grand Prix. The American team was nowhere after a strong...
The Haas model has made small teams "respectable"
With the 2021 rule changes still up in the air, the B-team is still a hotly debated subject but F1 technical chief Ross Brawn believes Haas’...
Haas: Renault complaints due to own shortcomings
Haas F1 boss Guenther Steiner believes Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul wouldn't be complaining about the American outfit's 'B-team' model if they...
Romain Grosjean backs the stewards over softer penalties
Romain Grosjean supports the idea of Formula 1's race stewards being more relaxed about racing incidents. Grosjean, the director of the...
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