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‘I’ve got a lot of weaknesses, but developing the car is one of my strengths’ | Driver performance analysis: Romain Grosjean

In the first of a new series of articles we look at how the F1 drivers judged their last campaigns - and what the data says about their efforts.

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1 day ago, F1 Fanatic, Haas

Haas goes back to the recent future for 2020 livery

The Haas F1 team looks set to revert to its 2018 style livery for this year’s Formula 1 World Championship season, according to a report in Auto Motor und Sport. Last year, the small American team exchanged its predominantly white, grey and red livery for all black and gold colour scheme in deference...

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1 day ago, Grand Prix 247, Haas

F1: Global brain technology company partners with Haas

MindMaze, the global brain technology company specializing in neuro-inspired computing platforms, will partner with Haas for the 2020 season.

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1 week ago, Pitpass, Haas

Pietro Fittipaldi expected to remain Haas reserve

Pietro Fittipaldi will remain a reserve driver at Haas for the 2020 Formula 1 World Championship season according to reports that have emerged in Denmark. “If I continue with Haas, I want to have a bigger role,” the 23-year-old, who is the grandson of F1 legend Emerson Fittipaldi, said last...

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1 week ago, Grand Prix 247, Haas

Magnussen: Haas won't have negative F1 spiral like McLaren/Williams

Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen believes his team can bounce back from its poor 2019 and avoid the kind of "big negative spiral" that occurred at McLaren and Williams

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1 week ago, Autosport, Williams, McLaren, Haas

F1: Decision to remain is down to Gene Haas admits Steiner

Haas team boss, Guenther Steiner admits that the decision whether to remain in F1 beyond 2020 is entirely down to team owner, Gene Haas.

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1 week ago, Pitpass, Haas

Small Formula 1 teams "naive" to think 2021 wins possible - Haas

Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner says it would be "very naive" to believe a smaller Formula 1 team could fight for race wins from the 2021 season

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2 weeks ago, Autosport, Haas

Haas was "blindsided" by strong 2018 season

Haas was "blindsided" by strong 2018 season

The American outfit enjoyed a strong 2018 - its third season in Formula 1 - and went on to finish in fifth place in the constructors' championship with 93 points.But, despite a sixth-place finish in the 2019 season opener in Melbourne, Haas endured a miserable year as it struggled to make its tyres work...

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2 weeks ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

Haas struggled in 2019 F1 season after '18 success "blindsided" it

The Haas Formula 1 team was "blindsided" by good results during the 2018 season and failed to see its '19 car problems early enough, according to team boss Gunther Steiner

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2 weeks ago, Autosport, Haas

Steiner feared Haas F1 duo 'unmanageable' after early clashes

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner admits he feared the situation between drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean would not be "manageable" during the 2019 season

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3 weeks ago, Autosport, Haas

Steiner feared Haas duo "not manageable anymore"

Steiner feared Haas duo "not manageable anymore"

The duo clashed several times during the year, the most notable contacts in the Spanish, British and German Grands Prix.After the Silverstone clash, in which they touched wheels but still went on to finish in the points, Steiner felt dealing with his drivers was a unnecessary "struggle" given the problems...

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3 weeks ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

2019 tech verdict: Haas suffers a season to forget

2019 tech verdict: Haas suffers a season to forget

A somewhat bizarre season for the Haas F1 Team, with the off-track distraction of the Rich Energy sponsor saga added to by technical woes that led to running its cars in two different specifications at times in an attempt to solve handling inconsistency issues.It ended the season with Romain Grosjean...

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1 month ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

Top Stories of 2019, #12: Haas's Rich Energy ordeal

Top Stories of 2019, #12: Haas's Rich Energy ordeal

Formula 1 fans rarely pay much attention to stories about sponsors, but the saga surrounding Rich Energy's backing of the Haas team took on an extra dimension as it played out across social media during the 2019 season.Rich first gained attention in F1 circles in 2018, when its boss William Storey attempted...

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1 month ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

Haas’s real problem in 2019 wasn’t tyres, says Grosjean | RaceFans Round-up

In the round-up: Haas's real problem in 2019 wasn't tyres, says Grosjean • Le Mans introduces 'Hyperpole' for 2020 • Mick Schumacher says Austria, not Hungary win, was his best drive

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1 month ago, F1 Fanatic, Haas

2019 F1 driver rankings #14: Kevin Magnussen | 2019 F1 season review

Kevin Magnussen's, performances fluctuated during 2019, though not to the same extremes as Haas's highly sensitive and inconsistent car, and he out-scored his team mate again.

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1 month ago, F1 Fanatic, Haas

2019 F1 driver rankings #18: Romain Grosjean | 2019 F1 season review

Romain Grosjean only finished in the points three times during 2019, though problems with his car were often to blame.

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1 month ago, F1 Fanatic, Haas

Fittipaldi: I want to have a bigger role with Haas

Pietro Fittipaldi is keen to have an extended role with Haas but has admitted veteran Robert Kubica could throw a spanner in the works of his Formula 1 plans for 2020. Last month, we reported the 23-year-old grandson of F1 legend Emerson Fittipaldi’s statement that “negotiations are well...

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1 month ago, Grand Prix 247, Haas

Haas: We got a bit bruised this year but we’re not broken

Haas F1 Team drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean closed out the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship season with finishes of 14th and 15th, respectively, in Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina Circuit. Both Haas F1 drivers started on fresh sets of Pirelli P Zero Yellow medium tires...

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1 month ago, Grand Prix 247, Haas

Haas: We know our chances for points are slim

Haas F1 Team drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean qualified 15th and 16th, respectively, for Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the final round of the 2019 FIA Formula 1 World Championship at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. Magnussen and Grosjean will however start 14th and 15th as Valtteri Bottas...

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1 month ago, Grand Prix 247, Haas

Haas in new simulator "rehearsal" during Abu Dhabi GP

Haas in new simulator "rehearsal" during Abu Dhabi GP

The American-owned outfit has spent this year working with Dallara on creating a bespoke facility at the racing car constructor’s Italian headquarters that can be used on F1 weekends to help nail the best car setup.F1’s top outfits all regularly use simulators throughout the days and nights on race weekends...

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1 month ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

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