With the introduction of a new year, so too comes the official introduction of MoneyGram Haas F1 Team. MoneyGram International, Inc. a global leader in the evolution of digital P2P payments, was first revealed as the new title partner for Haas F1 Team at the United States Grand Prix in October 2022.


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6 F1 Fan comments on “Introducing the bold new MoneyGram Haas F1 Team

  1. shroppyfly

    59 days to go , mmmm , and fair play to GH for getting a big sponsor on board with budgets at 135M this yr every $ counts, course the big question are Rb still giving free coffee in there hospitality to everyone? and what news from Honda?? I'm chomping at the bit so god knows what Max and King G are doing..!

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    • ReallyOldRacer

      Shrop', I'm no expert but this seems like a cheap way for GM to get some F1 exposure (with a rebadged PU) and for Michael to gain some support traction. How does the totster rebuff this entry? My big question is why Cadillac? Isn't Chevrolet a better fit? Again, I'm no expert. It does sound like we will have a real US racer in F1.

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      • shroppyfly

        MA wouldn't have had a preference for the branding as long as GM opened there wallets, could say the same thing why did ford brand the jys cars as Jaguar and not Ford ?, but i agree, nice easy way into F1 for them, as for Christian and his adopted daughter, mmmm rebuffing this is going to a toughie , GM whatever (we) think , are global players Liberty want them in the game id say, Im sure Torger will have his say, successful he might be, but hes really only been in f1 for 5 mins, but whose engine will they rebrand?, my bets on Renault

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        • ReallyOldRacer

          You've got the racing line with Renault, but I'll take Honda around the outside. Gawd I wish that we could just get excited about racing and not these damned business machinations.

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          • Brian T

            I believe Cadillac is their logical choice given IMSA and Le Mans badging. Maybe a better fit stateside too as GM positions Cadillac as high performance / high end?

            Read elsewhere that a GM - Audi hookup is being discussed.

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