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Haas confirm launch date for 2019 challenger

  • 03 Feb 2019 19:34
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  • By: Coilin Higgins

Haas F1 Team are the latest team to announce the date their 2019 livery launch, setting the date for Thursday 7th February. The team enter a new era and are expected to showcase an all-new livery with their newly formed partnership with Rich Energy.

Haas F1 Team joined the F1 grid for the 2016 season and instantly impressed when a brilliant debut saw Romain Grosjean finish sixth for the team in the first round in Melbourne. Ex McLaren and Renault driver Kevin Magnussen joined the American squad in 2017, and again showed their potential when Magnussen and Grosjean qualified fifth and sixth in Melbourne last year. Problems during both pitstops sadly seen both cars retire from the race.

Haas has retained both drivers for the 2019 season, marking the third season Grosjean and Magnussen have raced together with the team. A new sponsorship from Rich Energy will have Haas hoping that further success can be found this season.

Their launch on February 7th is the earliest of the teams announced so far. It was revealed by the team's official Twitter page earlier today, where the tweet read 'The wait is almost over!' with a picture revealing the date of the launch.

 

Team Date Venue
Haas Thursday, February 7th Online
Toro Rosso Monday, February 11th Online
Renault Tuesday, February 12th Enstone
Mercedes Wednesday, February 13th Silverstone
Racing Point Wednesday, February 13th Toronto
McLaren Thursday, February 14th Woking
Ferrari Friday, February 15th TBC
Alfa Romeo Monday, February 18th Barcelona
Red Bull TBC  
Williams TBC  

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  • 4KDovics98

    Posts: 1

    It's NOT the launch of their car man...
    It's ONLY their LIVERY!!! with #liveryunveil

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    • Feb 3 2019 - 22:09
    • Pretty much. Their car, or half of it, is only being unveiled on the 15th!

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      • Feb 4 2019 - 06:29
    • mcbhargav

      Posts: 930

      Guys, we should give some credit Dallara, which they deserve.

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      • Feb 4 2019 - 18:31
    • Meh, its less than half of it. They get to copy alot from Ferrari, but its less than 50% for sure. Dallara and HAAS have to puzzle together the rest.

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      • Feb 4 2019 - 19:21
    • Agreed. I have a lot of respect for Dallara.

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      • Feb 5 2019 - 10:13
  • Don't care so much about HAAS launch but getting closer to racing, WooHoo!

    • + 0
    • Feb 5 2019 - 07:13

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