Haas F1 Team info & statistics

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Principal: Gunther Steiner

CountryUnited States United States
First Race2016 Australian Grand Prix
Last Race2020 Eifel Grand Prix
Best Qualifying5th - (6 times)
Best Result4th - 2018 Austrian Grand Prix
Year Budget 2018: € 110 million
Amount of Staff: 212
Engines used by Haas:
Ferrari (2016-2020)

Haas F1 stats

Race Starts94
Race Wins0
Podium Finishes0
Pole Positions0
Fastest Laps2
Total Points200
Total Laps9724

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Haas F1 team 2020 Drivers

8. Romain Grosjean

Romain Grosjean F1 Stats

Race Entries177
Race Starts175
Race Wins0
Pole Positions0
Fastest Laps1 (0,6%)
Podiums10 (5,6%)
Points Finishes59 (33,3%)
Retirements48 (27,1%)
Frontrow Starts1
Total Points391
Total Laps8.695

Helmet of Romain Grosjean


20. Kevin Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen F1 Stats

Race Entries114
Race Starts113
Race Wins0
Pole Positions0
Fastest Laps2 (1,8%)
Podiums1 (0,9%)
Points Finishes35 (30,7%)
Retirements21 (18,4%)
Total Points158
Total Laps6.006


Helmet of Kevin Magnussen



Haas F1 team Drivers List

France Romain Grosjean920000048110104
Denmark Kevin Magnussen73000003816296
Mexico Esteban Gutierrez2100000109700



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Haas F1 Team Key Members



Haas F1 team history

Gene Haas at the drivers announcement press conference back in 2015.

Gene Haas at the drivers announcement press conference back in 2015.

Haas started their Formula 1 adventure in 2014 and drove their first season in 2016. It's the first team from the United States since Penske back in the Seventies. The team is based in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

The team is founded by Gene Haas who is the owner of the Haas Automation company. Haas Automation is the largest CNC machine tool builder in North America.

The team is working closely with Ferrari. A lot of technology that's being used is coming from the Maranello based company. They also use a Ferrari power unit.

The first race they ever drove in Formula 1 was a fabulous one. The frist race was the 2016 Australian F1 Grand Prix. Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutierrez where the drivers that season. You could see by the qualifying results that they had to learn a lot about this game. Both drivers started from 19th and 20th place on the grid.

Romain Grosjean, Haas VF-16 racing in Australia

Romain Grosjean, Haas VF-16 racing in Australia

At the start Esteban had some bad luck. Fernando Alonso who was driving for McLaren-Honda collided with the back of his car. Romain Grosjean was doing very well with the car in this first race and finished 6th to score the teams first points on their debut.

The Haas team scored 29 points during their debut F1 season. Unfortunately Mexican driver Gutierrez didn't scored no points. All points where scored by Frenchmen Grosjean. He scored points in Australia, Bahrain, Spain, Austria and the US.

The team finished the season on the 8th place in the constructors championship. Which is an astonishing result when you look at the teams that finished behind them, like Renault and Sauber who have a massive history in F1.

Haas F1 Team Accomplishments in 2017

Romain Grosjean Haas VF-17 with crew on grid Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. Sunday 26 March 2017.

Romain Grosjean Haas VF-17 with crew on grid Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia.
Sunday 26 March 2017

The 2017 season didn't start out as a fairy tail like the 2016 season did. Instead of a 6th place finish by Romain Grosjean, both cars had to retire the first race of the season. French driver Grosjean had to retire because of a waterleak and Danish driver Kevin Magnussen, who replaced 2016 driver Esteban Gutierrez had  a suspension failure.

The VF-17 car livery also changed during the season from dark grey to light greay. The Haas VF-17 car retired 8th times during the 2017 F1 championship. That's 1 more retirement then in the 2016 season. We also saw a lot of mooning by Grosjean. He even put his habit on his helmet during the US grand prix.

The team also could not beat their best place finish of 2016. In just the second race of the 2016 F1 champship they Grosjean finished 5th. Their best classification was 6th in Austria on the Red Bull Ring.

Overall they finished on 8 place in the 2017 F1 constructors championship, just like they did in 2016. The big difference is that they scored 18 more points. The Haas F1 team scored 29 points in their rookie season and 47 in 2017. In 2016 Haas scored five top 10 classifications and in 2017 thirteen. Especially Kevin Magnussen did a good job by scoring points in five races, Gutierrez who he replaced scored 0 points back in 2016.

What the 2018 season will bring is a guess. Haas said at the launch of the car on Valentines day (14th of Feb) the VF-18 is an evelution of the 2017 VF-17. They had a lot of work on placing the Halo, just like all teams.



Haas F1 Team Achievements

Haas F1 Team Finishing Positions

4th1 Time
5th3 Times
6th6 Times
7th7 Times
8th11 Times
9th7 Times
10th10 Times
11th17 Times
12th11 Times
13th26 Times
14th8 Times
15th13 Times
16th10 Times
17th8 Times
18th2 Times
19th4 Times
20th2 Times
DNF38 Times
DSQ2 Times
DNS2 Times

Haas F1 Team Championship Positions




Latest Haas F1 Team News

Haas to announce two new 2021 drivers in Portugal?

Oct.21 - Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean have now been told they will not be re-signed by Haas for the 2021 season. Citing 'a number of sources', Ekstra Bladet newspaper..

October 21, 2020 with 4 Comments

Insider: F1 exit very likely for Magnussen

Oct.20 - Another F1 insider has chimed in to consider Kevin Magnussen's next move. On Monday, former McLaren communications director Matt Bishop told us that he thought the Danish..

October 20, 2020 with 5 Comments

Haas to assess Ferrari engine situation in 2021

Oct.20 - Haas will assess whether to remain Ferrari-powered during the course of the 2021 season, team boss Gunther Steiner has admitted. As Ferrari struggles with its..

October 20, 2020 with 1 Comment

Steiner: No negotiations with Hulkenberg yet

Oct.19 - Gunther Steiner says he is not actively negotiating with Nico Hulkenberg about a Haas seat for 2021. The revelation follows rumours last week that the small American team..

October 19, 2020 with 2 Comments

Shwartzman hopes Friday debut goes ahead in Abu Dhabi

Oct.16 - Robert Shwartzman says he hopes his Friday practice debut in Abu Dhabi will go ahead as scheduled. Two other Ferrari junior drivers, Mick Schumacher and Callum Illot,..

October 16, 2020 with 0 Comments

Marko: Both Haas seats more or less taken for 2021

Oct.16 - Haas has "more or less" already decided who will drive for the small American team in 2021. That is the view of Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko, who also thinks Alfa Romeo has..

October 16, 2020 with 4 Comments

Haas closing on Mazepin & Ilott for 2021

Oct.11 - Nikita Mazepin is poised to sign a deal to race with Haas in 2021, according to the French broadcaster Canal Plus. Team boss Gunther Steiner has already confirmed that he..

October 11, 2020 with 2 Comments

Steiner admits meeting with Russian billionaire

Oct.9 - Gunther Steiner has admitted to meeting with Russian billionaire Dmitry Mazepin. The Haas boss' meeting at the Russian GP at Sochi recently triggered rumours not only that..

October 9, 2020 with 3 Comments

Haas 'not for sale' amid Mazepin rumours

Oct.5 - Haas is reluctant to comment amid rumours the F1 team could be sold. The small American outfit has already admitted that both of its current drivers could be replaced for..

October 5, 2020 with 0 Comments

Steiner annoyed by Grosjean's car complaints?

Sep.29 - Haas boss Gunther Steiner was notably annoyed with his driver Romain Grosjean after the Russian Grand Prix. Frenchman Grosjean went into the weekend admitting that his..

September 29, 2020 with 2 Comments

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