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Tech & Science Haas: Team name will remain in place for the 2021 Formula 1 season

15:35  24 october  2020
15:35  24 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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With Haas having signed the new Concorde Agreement to keep them in the sport for the next five years from 2021 , the American team are plotting a Grosjean and Magnussen have spent nearly four campaigns as team mates at Haas . It remains unclear who will drive for Haas next season , but it is

“The 2020 Formula One season will be my last with Haas F 1 Team ,” Magnussen said. "I have had a great time with the team for four years and I look Haas , who rely on Ferrari power units, have slipped down the grid since hitting a high of fifth place in the world championship standings in 2018 after

Wo Haas draufsteht, da ist auch Haas drin - und das soll so bleiben im neuen Jahr © Motorsport Images If it says Haas, there is Haas on it - and it should stay that way in the New Year

No matter which drivers in Formula 1 Compete in the 2021 season for the team : "The name remains. It's Haas, and it stays that way." Team boss Günther Steiner assured this on the sidelines of the Portugal Grand Prix in Portimao. Steiner also spoke about his own future and said: "As far as I am informed, I will stay too."

In any case, he does not intend to resign from his position as team manager. "I decided on this challenge, but I don't want to say that I will bring it to an end. I want Haas to be here longer than I am, at least for the medium-term future," explains Steiner.

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"I've been with Haas F 1 Team since day one. "Five years during which we went through highs and lows, scored 110 points in 92 races, but the journey was worth it. "I wish the team all the best for the future." Also posting on social media, Magnussen wrote: "The 2020 Formula 1 season will be my last

Gene Haas says his team 's start to the new season will decide whether or not he commits it to It's all worked out well. But with the new regulations coming in 2021 , the big question is how much is that "There's so much change going on in Formula 1 , you really have to ask yourself is it really going to

The last word in all matters of the Formula 1 team has in any case Gene Haas, the owner and namesake of the racing team.

Steiner: Upward trend must be recognizable

And Steiner has firm plans to lead Haas back on the road to success. In 2018, the US team took fifth place in the constructors' championship, but then slipped to ninth place and is still P9 among ten teams in the current season.

Steiner doesn't let that discourage him: "I'm not giving up. Things don't always go up in life. Sometimes you have to bottom out."

"Of course we want to be better. Next year we won't be as good as we actually want to be, but I still hope that we can make progress. Because we always have to move forward. If that is not possible in the short term, then you just have to think long term.

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all-new driver line-up in 2021 Haas will be looking for two new drivers for the 2021 Formula One season F 1 team made the announcement on Thursday ahead of Portuguese Grand Prix Haas ' team principal Guenther Steiner, said: 'I want to extend my thanks to both Romain

Haas . For the first time ever, Formula 1 will introduce spending restrictions to make the sport fairer and more sustainable. Rules have been put in place to limit car upgrades over race weekends, and the number of in- season aero upgrades, reducing the costly development arms race that can result in

hope for the 2022 Formula 1 season

Haas is placing its hopes in the 2022 Formula 1 season, for which there will be new regulations. "That is a chance for small teams like ours, a very good opportunity," said Steiner. "That's why I focus on the positive."

After Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, who had competed for Haas since 2016 and 2017, respectively, were kicked out, Steiner and Co. have not yet nominated any new drivers. The current Formula 2 drivers Nikita Masepin and Mick Schumacher are among the candidates for the two Haas cockpits in 2021. ( overview: free cockpits for the Formula 1 season 2021! )

Haas team boss: Schumacher commitment "would be an honor" .
team boss Günther Steiner has fueled speculation about a move from Mick Schumacher to the Haas Formula 1 team. © Matthias Schrader / AP / dpa Could soon be sitting in the Haas cockpit: Mick Schumacher. "It would be an honor for us, something to be proud of," Steiner told RTL TV station before the Grand Prix in Imola.

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