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One of several drivers to suffer a spin in the cold in Spain, Romain Grosjean has questioned F1’s decision to drop the temperature of the rear tyre blankets.
Throughout pre-season testing, the lid is supposed to be firmly kept on expectations. Not if you are Haas’ title sponsors Rich Energy…
Having already unveiled their livery but on a 2018 car, Haas officially launched their 2019 challenger, the VF-19, in Spain on Monday.
Haas have yet to officially unveil their 2019 F1 car but already it has been seen out on track.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen believes the team will continue its steady rise through Formula 1 in 2019.
Haas test driver Pietro Fittipaldi will drive the new VF-19 during the first week of pre-season testing, spending two half days behind the wheel.
Haas driver Romain Grosjean has hit out at the same old race winners in Formula 1, and expects no change until 2021.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner claims the changes at Ferrari and Sauber’s re-branding will not affect his team’s relationship with the Scuderia.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen hopes the 2019 rule changes will bring an end to the “extreme ” fuel and tyre saving methods.
Rich Energy opted to sign with Haas because they feel the American team is “head and shoulders” about their rivals.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen think fourth spot in the Constructors’ is a more realistic target for Haas in 2019.
Launch season is officially underway after Haas took the covers off the VF-19 at a special ceremony in London.
Haas have officially kicked off the Formula One launch season with the reveal of the Haas VF – 19.
Rich Energy boss, Williams Storey, has made the bold prediction that Haas will beat Red Bull “in many races this year”.
Rich Energy boss William Storey has compared attacks on the legitimacy of his company to denying that ‘man walked on the moon’.
Haas look set to swap to black and gold for this year’s championship, announcing they will take the covers off their 2019 livery this Thursday.
Guenther Steiner says he would support shorter race weekends, revealing he would prefer that to fewer grands prix.
Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen may struggle when they’re not the faster of the Haas drivers, however, team boss Guenther Steiner has urged them not to see it as a bad thing.
Haas are unlikely to move away from their current set-up of buying parts from Ferrari and outsourcing the chassis to Dallara given F1 could undergo major changes in 2021.
Kevin Magnussen has bemoaned the existence of a two-division Formula 1, saying it “really sucks” and is “no fun at all”.
Fifth in last year’s championship, Romain Grosjean hopes Haas can build on that as they head into their fourth season in Formula 1.
Kevin Magnussen believes one of the keys to Haas’ success has been the team’s attitude, opting for a constructive approach as opposed to playing the blame game.
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has slammed the “wild” driver tag which follows Kevin Magnussen.
With F1 shifting towards a divide between works and B-teams, Martin Brundle fears former champions Williams and McLaren have been left in the “void.”
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner insists his team has nothing to hide and called on rivals to “audit us” if that would finally put their complaints to rest.
Although conceding that Haas still need to “earn” respect in Formula 1, Guenther Steiner says they won’t be pushed over by rivals.
Romain Grosjean has warned Renault that Haas have them in their sights for the 2019 season.
Romain Grosjean has said that Haas need to “step up our game” if they are to target a P4 finish in the World Championship standings.
Kevin Magnussen believes that while Jenson Button is the most complete teammate he has ever had, Romain Grosjean is the fastest.
Romain Grosjean believes he had the upper hand over his Haas team-mate Kevin Magnussen over the second part of the season.