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Haas F1

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Nationality usa American
Home base Kannapolis, Verenigde Staten
Active since 2016
Teamboss Guenther Steiner

F1 season 2021

WC Position 9
WC points 0
Podiums
Pole positions

F1 history

World titles 0
WC Points 200
Podiums 0
Pole positions 0

It’s a whole new driver line-up for the Haas Formula 1 team in 2021. Gone are loveable rogues Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean – who were at the American outfit for four and five seasons respectively – and in are Mick Schumacher, fresh off his Formula 2 Championship win, and Nikita Mazepin, who finished the F2 season in fifth.

History of Haas F1 team

Team owner Gene Haas entered the world of motorsport in 2002 when he formed NASCAR team Haas CNC Racing, which made its debut in the Winston Cup that September and still competes in the series to this day. However the American set his sights on entering a team in the F1 championship, with the opportunity becoming a reality after the purchase of the collapsed Marussia F1 in 2014.

A new team was born, becoming the first American constructor to compete since the unrelated Haas Lola outfit in 1985 and 1986, however its debut would be delayed until 2016. Ferrari have supplied the team with its power unit since its inception, a relationship that has raised eyebrows in the paddock, though Formula 1 Managing Director Ross Brawn has backed the model given it helps teams with smaller budgets.

On the track, results were quick to come as Grosjean crossed the line sixth at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix to earn eight points in a memorable first outing for the American constructor. The Frenchman finished fifth in Bahrain, but the team only scored points in three more races. In the end, Grosjean earned all 29 points with teammate Esteban Gutierrez dropped ahead of the new season for Magnussen.

March up the grid

Haas saw both cars take home points for the first time in the 2017 Monaco Grand Prix, but their best season came in 2018 when they finished fifth in the constructors’ championship. The team nearly doubled their point total from the year before, though they left countless points on the table, most notably at the Australian Grand Prix. Magnussen and Grosjean were running fourth and fifth but were forced to retire one lap after their respective pit stops after poorly fitting a wheel-nut on both cars.

Their success sparked criticism from rivals who once again questioned the relationship between Haas and Ferrari. In particular, McLaren and Force India were unhappy that the 2018 Haas car strongly resembled Ferrari’s SF70H from the previous year.

Rich Energy controversy and new rookie lineup

That criticism has died down in recent years with Haas slowly making their way towards the back of the grid. Issues with title sponsor Rich Energy was the most notable part of their 2019 campaign as the team finished ninth in the constructors’ championship with 28 points, their worst result since entering F1.

Disappointment continued last season as the impact of Covid-19 seriously hindered the team’s ability to develop their 2020 car. Grosjean’s accident at the Bahrain Grand Prix saw his car split in two and burst into flames, and the Frenchman escaping serious injury was a sight all F1 fans were happy to see.

Haas has opted to go with a fresh line-up of rookies for 2021 with Mick Schumacher, son of seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher, and Nikita Mazepin brought in from F2 in hopes of once again being part of the midfield battle.

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