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Haas F1 Team: Third and Goal

Gene Haas Reflects on Past Two Seasons in F1 as Year Three Beckons
Tuesday, February 13, 2018

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Back-to-back eighth-place finishes in the constructors standings of the FIA Formula One World Championship has earned Haas F1 Team respect in the paddock. In its 2016 debut, the American team outperformed the factory Renault team (ninth), Sauber (10th) and Manor (11th) and then bettered McLaren (ninth) and Sauber (10th) as the Formula One grid shrank to 10 teams in 2017. Gene Haas, founder and chairman of Haas F1 Team, does not expect to be an 8th place team much longer.

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