We're just a month out from the start of the 2019 Formula 1 World Championship and the first team to reveal its contender for the new season is America's Haas. The covers came of the new Haas VF-19 on Thursday at London's Royal Automobile Club, with drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean on hand to talk about the car. They will soon start pre-season tests, together with Haas test driver Pietro Fittipaldi, the grandson of two-time F1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi. Serving as Team Principal is Guenther Steiner. The cars haven't changed much from the previous season, although aerodynamic...
Haas becomes first team to reveal 2018 F1 car
The Haas Formula One team is first on the grid to reveal images of its 2018 F1 car. It sets a standard of what we can expect from other teams with the mandatory requirement for a driver "halo" this season. Called the VF-18, the F1 racer is an evolution from the team's VF-17. The name comes from...Sean Szymkowski
Could Maserati follow Alfa Romeo with F1 return?
Could Maserati be about to follow in the footsteps of fellow Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brand Alfa Romeo and make a return to Formula 1? According to Auto Express’ sources, FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne is preparing a similar deal to the one between Alfa Romeo and Sauber for Maserati and American...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Romain Grosjean to drive for America's Haas F1 team in 2016
The new Haas Formula One team, formed by American Gene Haas, the founder of a machining company as well as the Stewart-Haas Racing NASCAR team, is gearing up for its competition debut next season and this week confirmed Romain Grosjean as one of its drivers. DON'T MISS: Callaway Unveils GT3-Spec...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Haas becomes sponsor of Ferrari F1 team, plans further collaboration
American businessman and NASCAR team co-owner Gene Haas plans to launch a Formula One team in 2016, but he will be making his presence felt in the sport much sooner by becoming a sponsor of Ferrari. The logo of Haas Automation, a CNC machine company founded by Haas, appeared on Ferrari’s F1...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Haas Formula 1 entry pushed back to 2016
Gene Haas recently made quite a stir when he announced that his racing team would be venturing into the world of Formula 1. American drivers haven't fared so well in F1 as of late, and an American driver hasn't even competed in the series since 2007. We used to have top talent many decades ago, but...Jeff Glucker
America has had a turbulent, troubled, but at times successful relationship with Formula 1. Soon, that difficult history may get a new chapter courtesy of Stewart-Haas co-owner Gene Haas, who recently secured a Formula 1 team license from the FIA. Since the beginning, but especially of late, American teams and drivers seem to have had a harder go of things than their European counterparts in the series. Despite the strife, Americans have proved they have what it takes to race and win against the rest of the world's road racing best, from Dan Gurney and All American Racing to Phil Hill to...