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Kevin Magnussen doubts Liberty Media will be fitting 18 races into just six months, saying even trying to do that would be “crazy”.
Haas have confirmed Brazilian driver Pietro Fittipaldi and Swiss racer Louis Deletraz as their official test and reserve drivers.
Facing the prospect of Haas F1 shutting down at the end of this season, Romain Grosjean says at least Gene Haas is being open about where his thoughts are.
Although Gene Haas admitted that continuing in F1 is not a “given”, Guenther Steiner says the Haas owner is still “committed” to Formula 1.
Guenther Steiner says it wasn’t easy to agree to cancel the Australian Grand Prix because as racers, Formula 1 wanted to race.
Twice robbed of Australian GP points through pit stop problems, Romain Grosjean has urged his Haas mechanics to let it go and “go racing”.
Haas now has four team members in self-isolation after they showed signs of the coronavirus upon landing in Australia earlier this week.
Haas team principal, Guenther Steiner, has said the team have “learned our lesson” from a dismal 2019 Formula 1 campaign.
Yet to commit to a new Concorde Agreement, Gene Haas will see how 2020 begins for his Haas team before deciding to stick around or not.
The 2020 Formula One season is now so close we can practically taste it, and hopes are high that the drivers can cook up a classic.
Guenther Steiner isn’t impressed that Racing Point have copied Mercedes’ F1 car but says he can’t complain, it is in the rules.
Guenther Steiner says he won’t cry over the three hours of track time Haas lost on Friday as the rest of the week’s test went “well”.
Romain Grosjean was the first driver to hit the wall in pre-season testing, spinning his Haas and damaging the rear wing.
Haas, who had already introduced us to its new-for-2020 livery in an online reveal, showed off its new car in the Barcelona pit lane.
Limited to only six days of pre-season testing, Romain Grosjean admits Haas “can’t afford” issues such as last year’s fuse problem.
The build-up to the first pre-season test continues with Renault and Haas both making use of filming days to give their 2020 challengers an early spin.
Kevin Magnussen concedes his excitement or lack thereof ahead of Australia will depend on how Haas perform over the next two weeks in pre-season testing.
Haas are the first team to reveal their line-up for the first week of pre-season testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Kevin Magnussen may be spending 2020 with Haas but he’s dreaming of stepping up next year as he wants to be in a position to fight for the World title.
Haas are the first Formula 1 team to show images of their 2020 challenger, the VF-20, and, as expected, have gone back to a more traditional look.
Romain Grosjean thinks that by speaking out about Haas’ problems early in 2019, he saved them from further woes in 2020.
Formula 1’s budget cap for 2021 may be $175 million but that doesn’t mean Haas will meet it, says team boss Guenther Steiner.
Although some days Romain Grosjean walks away from race weekends feeling F1 is “frustrating” and “unfair”, he says he not ready to hang up his helmet.
Haas will be launching their 2020 challenger shortly before the track lights go green for testing in Barcelona on February 19.
Falling to ninth in 2019, Kevin Magnussen is confident Haas is not at the start of a decline such as the one that has blighted Williams in recent years.
Launch season plans are all-but pencilled in with details emerging from the presentations of Alfa Romeo, Williams and Haas.
Staying with Haas for the 2020 F1 season, Romain Grosjean says he’s not ready to walk away from Formula 1 as he still loves everything about it.
Romain Grosjean is adamant the 2019 season was not a “total failure” despite Haas recording its worst showing in the Constructors’ Championship.
Parting ways with Rich Energy in 2019, Haas are reportedly set to return to the grey and red colours of 2018.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen says he doesn’t see his team entering a spiral of decline like McLaren and more recently Williams suffered.