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Kevin Magnussen
Nico Hülkenberg

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4th (2018 Austrian Grand Prix)
4th (2023 Miami Grand Prix)
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368
354
254 (0.3 points per race avg)
2 (0.5%)
66 (9%)
2016 Australian Grand Prix
2024 Japanese Grand Prix

about Haas F1 Team

Haas F1 Team (previously known as Haas Formula and Haas Racing Developments) is a Formula One racing team established by NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series team co-owner Gene Haas in April 2014. The team originally intended to make its début at the start of the 2015 season, but later elected to postpone their entry until the 2016 season.

The team is headquartered in Kannapolis, North Carolina – 50 km (31 mi) from Charlotte – alongside sister team and NASCAR entrant Stewart-Haas Racing, though the two teams are separate entities. The team also established a second forward base in Banbury in Oxfordshire for the purpose of turning cars around between races during the European part of the calendar.


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seasons

2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024,

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driver championships

constructor championships

wins Haas F1 Team

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pole positions Haas F1 Team

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drivers who drove for Haas F1 Team

# driver
1 Romain Grosjean GRO
2 Esteban Gutiérrez GUT
3 Kevin Magnussen MAG
4 Pietro Fittipaldi FIT
5 Mick Schumacher MSC
6 Nikita Mazepin MAZ
7 Nico Hülkenberg HUL

Haas F1 Team news

Following a catastrophic 2023 season, which saw Haas finish bottom of the constructors' table, the team's American owner Gene Haas ran out of patience with the lack of progress and decided not to renew Steiner's contract.In his stead, Haas promoted former trackside engineering director Ayao Komatsu to the role as team principal, with Steiner returning to the paddock in the season opener in Bahrain ...

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After an on-stage Q&A – and impromptu book signing – with Sky Sports F1 TV commentator David Croft in front of a bumper crowd at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, Steiner gave his first media interviews since leaving the squad he formed on behalf of team owner Gene Haas back in 2014. Before an on-camera chat with Sky Sports News reporter Craig Slater, Motorsport.com exclusively sat ...

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Steiner’s contract as team principal was not renewed for the 2024 season, as he and team owner Gene Haas deviated in their vision for the team after finishing bottom of the constructors’ championship last year with just 12 points. 

The Italian, who had become a popular figure in F1 throughout his near-decade at Haas having built the team up from scratch, felt that the team needed ...

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In two years, all teams but Mercedes and Red Bull have changed their team principals. Steiner has joined Mattia Binotto, Jost Capito and Otmar Szafnauer (twice) on the list of those who were ousted in somewhat acrimonious circumstances, with director of engineering Ayao Komatsu taking over at Haas.This unprecedented level of churn has made the sport look a little like football, where managers pay ...

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The German says his pace with the older-spec VF-23 relative to Kevin Magnussen’s upgraded model in qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix confirms that the team has been “overtaken and out-developed” by rivals.Haas introduced a major new package at the United States GP and, after inconclusive results, agreed to allow the two drivers to follow their personal preferences for the last two ...

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The US-owned team has struggled for race performance for most of the season, although Magnussen managed to bag a point for 10th place in Singapore.However the Japanese GP again saw the cars slip down the order, with Magnussen compromised by contact from Sergio Perez, and his team-mate Nico Hulkenberg by the need to do a three-stop strategy. They finished 14th and 15th, with the German ...

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While its race form hasn’t been able to match that due in essence to excessive tyre usage, that one-lap pace has been impressive and it has been sustained even in the context of a tight development race, with all teams regularly bringing new parts.Haas hasn’t always been able to keep up with its rivals over the course of a season, and the fact that it has in 2023 reflects the healthy budget ...

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The German did a brilliant job to qualify second in Montreal, helped by a red flag preventing any late quicker laps for rivals.
However, he then lost three places for going too quickly on his lap back to the pits after the session was stopped.
He ran fifth in the opening stages of the race and had lost a couple of spots when he made an early pit visit on lap 11 – just before the safety car ...

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The American outfit appeared to have been the biggest gainer from a chaotic second red-flag restart as Nico Hulkenberg moved up to fourth place on the road as a number of front runners crashed out in the chaotic first few corners.
With a third red flag being brought out, the FIA elected to go for another restart, although this time it was behind a safety car and the cars only went around to ...

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Team principal Gunther Steiner says that the money has been fed straight into the development budget for the VF-23.
The team’s push for cost savings reflects the fact that Moneygram title sponsorship and an eighth-place finish in the 2022 world championship have given it the funds with which to push up to the cost cap for the first time.
Haas used to travel worldwide with a two-part pit ...

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Just one week on from Haas announcing him as replacement for the ousted Nikita Mazepin, Magnussen proved the potential of his team?s VF-22 by setting the tenth fastest time in FP2 on Friday.
With team-mate Mick Schumacher clocking the eighth fastest time, Haas looks poised to deliver a dramatic step forward in form considering it was F1?s tail-end team last season after electing not to ...

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Haas had been evaluating a number of candidates for the 2022 season, after deciding that it could not continue with Mazepin and Russian title sponsor Uralkali in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.
While experienced drivers like Antonio Giovinazzi and Nico Hulkenberg were strongly linked with the seat, Haas has elected to go back to former racer Magnussen to be teammate to Mick ...

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Mazepin insists that he'd had no contact from team boss Gunther Steiner after the previous week's Barcelona test, where the Russian colours were removed from the car, and he only found out about his sacking at the same time as the rest of the world.
He says that he was ready to sign the document provided by the FIA to Russian drivers, and which would allow them to compete under a neutral flag ...

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During the Barcelona F1 pre-season test Haas suspended its sponsorship with Russian company Uralkali in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine and after a review announced it had cut ties completely with the brand and driver Nikita Mazepin, son of company boss Dmitry Mazepin.
Uralkali has released a statement in reaction to the termination of its contract with Haas and will aim to claim back its ...

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On 24 February Russian forces ordered by president Vladimir Putin began an invasion on neighbouring Ukraine which has so far spanned a week and resulted in the deaths of 752 civilians, according to the Washington Post.  
The invasion has been condemned by Western nations, with sanctions being imposed from countries worldwide on Russia.  
Sporting authorities have also moved in ...

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Mick Schumacher triggered a red flag when he spun off at the high-speed Turn 22 early in the race.
Following the restart, an unsighted Nikita Mazepin ran into the back of George Russell as the Williams driver tried to avoid Sergio Perez, who had been spun round by contact with Charles Leclerc.
Mazepin's chassis was damaged beyond immediate repair, so the spare will be pressed into action for ...

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Mazepin and Schumacher had run-ins on both Saturday and Sunday at the Dutch Grand Prix, prompting Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner to plan talks ahead of Monza this weekend.
Mazepin was left annoyed after claiming Schumacher broke the team?s agreement by passing him on-track ahead of their final qualifying laps on Saturday, spoiling his session. Schumacher said he had received permission from the ...

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Just minutes after his teammate Romain Grosjean said he would not be staying on with the outfit for 2021, Magnussen announced that he would not be remaining either.
"The 2020 Formula 1 season will be my last with Haas F1 Team," the Dane posted on Instagram.
"I have had a great time with the team for four years and I look back at a great journey. Being part of a brand new team has been a ...

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