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Haas can avoid "big negative spiral" like Williams, McLaren

Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen believes his team can bounce back from its poor 2019 showing and avoid the kind of "big negative spiral" that occurred at former powerhouses McLaren and Williams.

Steiner: "Very naive" to think 2021 rules will change F1 order

Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner says it would be "very naive" to believe a team like his could fight for race wins from the 2021 season.

Haas was "blindsided" by strong 2018 season

The Haas Formula 1 team was "blindsided" by its good results during the 2018 season and failed to see its 2019 car problems early enough, according to Gunther Steiner.

Why Haas' dreary 2019 season is bad news for F1 Prime

Why Haas' dreary 2019 season is bad news for F1

Haas headed into the 2019 Formula 1 season after showing promising form in winter testing. But what followed was a tough campaign, blighted by car-handling issues. Here's why that development is not good for F1's future.

Steiner feared Haas duo "not manageable anymore"

Haas Formula 1 boss Gunther Steiner admits he feared the situation between drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean would not be "manageable" during the 2019 season.

2019 tech verdict: Haas suffers a season to forget

Join us as we delve into Giorgio Piola’s 2019 archive and bring you insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams throughout a season in the pursuit of more performance. In today’s gallery we will focus on… Haas.

Top Stories of 2019, #12: Haas's Rich Energy ordeal

Not of all of Motorsport.com's Top Stories of the year concern events that played out on track, and today's entry is a classic of the genre - the long-running soap opera that was Rich Energy's sponsorship of the Haas Formula 1 team.

Grosjean reveals "weakness" Steiner says he can't handle

Romain Grosjean says he needs to focus on improving his race starts in 2020, after admitting that it has been a struggle for him this season.

Grosjean: Bottas crash means Friday work "all in the bin"

Romain Grosjean says his Friday practice work at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix wound up "all in the bin" due to the Valtteri Bottas clash that will force a change of spec.

Bottas reprimanded for Grosjean practice crash

Valtteri Bottas has been hit with a reprimand after accepting responsibility for hitting Romain Grosjean's Haas in Friday's second Formula 1 practice session ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Haas in new simulator "rehearsal" during Abu Dhabi GP

Haas will carry out a dress rehearsal programme with its new Formula 1 simulator during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as part of its preparation for 2020.

Grosjean to use floor from winter testing in Abu Dhabi

Romain Grosjean will use the exact same floor that he started pre-season testing with during this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

Kubica says he's closing on F1/DTM programme for 2020

Robert Kubica says he has taken a decision regarding his 2020 plans and expects to confirm them "quite soon", as he looks to combine a Formula 1 role and a DTM race seat.

The F1 constructors battles left to play out in Abu Dhabi

The top four positions in the 2020 Formula 1 constructors’ World Championship have already been decided, but for the midfield teams there’s still much to play for in Abu Dhabi.

Steiner: Speed showed Haas could have been "best of the rest"

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says the flashes of speed his car still has in its Melbourne-specification shows the outfit could have been a contender for 'best of the rest' this season.

Steiner: "Unbelievable" MGU-K glitch cost us podium shot

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says a baffling glitch with Romain Grosjean’s MGU-K cost the Frenchman the chance of a shock podium finish in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Haas "a team with 11 defenders and no strikers" during F1 races

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he cannot wait for the season to end, because his hates his cars being like a "lame duck" in Formula 1 races now.

Magnussen's brake disc "exploded" during US GP

Kevin Magnussen's late-race retirement in the United States Grand Prix was caused by an "exploded" brake disc on his Haas Formula 1 car.

Haas to test new front wing as it evaluates 2020 concepts

Haas has brought a new front wing for its home Formula 1 Grand Prix at Austin, as it seeks to explore a new aerodynamic development direction for 2020.

Haas F1 drivers to sample NASCAR Ford in Austin

Haas Formula 1 drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will be given their first taste of NASCAR over the US GP weekend.

Haas duo against giving up FP1s for Kubica in 2020

Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen say they do not want to give up FP1 time in 2020 if Haas signs Williams driver Robert Kubica to a Formula 1 development role.

Williams: Beating Haas, Alfa "realistic" target in Mexico

Williams believes its Formula 1 race pace is on par and could even be better than Haas and Alfa Romeo, labelling the teams “realistic” targets for the Mexican Grand Prix.

Grosjean: Split-screen can fix F1's midfield TV coverage

Romain Grosjean reckons a split-screen option would be a “cool” fix to Formula 1’s problem of not showing enough battles while television coverage focuses on race leaders.

Haas not expecting end of season to be any better

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner is resigned to a difficult end to 2019 after another frustrating weekend for the US-owned outfit in Japan.

Magnussen: Suzuka weekend derailed by "embarrassing" crash

Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen said he "showed everyone what not to do" with his "quite embarrassing" qualifying crash, which preceded a Japanese Grand Prix that "went south".

Steiner: We should have listened to drivers more

Haas boss Gunther Steiner has admitted that his Formula 1 team should have listened a bit more to its drivers' feedback earlier in the season to help it get on top of its car problems.

Grosjean plans to build F1 six-wheeler model on Suzuka day off

Formula 1’s unexpected day off at the Japanese Grand Prix has left many drivers scratching their heads about what to do, but Romain Grosjean wins the prize for the most unusual choice as he plans to build a model Tyrrell six-wheeler.

Steiner gets "moral injury" fine for Sochi comments

Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner has been fined €7,500 for causing “moral injury” to a steward and harming the reputation of motorsport and the FIA.

Steiner summoned by stewards for Russia outburst

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has been summoned to see the stewards at the Japanese Grand Prix over his radio outburst after the last race in Russia.

Haas hits out at rivals' "inconsistent" views on F1 rules

Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner has hit out at rivals for being "inconsistent" in their views over the championship's rules.

Haas needs "thinking hat" to deal with prize money drop

Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner admits he will need his "thinking hat" to tackle the likely substantial drop in constructors' championship prize money following his squad's 2019 slump.

Steiner: F1 format experiments worth it as 2021 won't fix all

Haas team boss Gunther Steiner says Formula 1 experimenting with race formats in 2020 is worth it because the 2021 regulations won't be a cure-all for the championship's current problems.

Grosjean urges rivals to be more "gentlemanly" in starts

Haas Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean has suggested that his fellow drivers should be "more gentlemanly" on the first lap of races after he was pitched into the barriers in Russia.

Steiner may face scrutiny over FIA criticism

Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner may face further scrutiny from the championship's rulemakers for his criticism of the Russian Grand Prix stewards.

Magnussen slams "bullshit" Russian GP penalty

Kevin Magnussen has hit out at the "bullshit" penalty he was given for not driving through the bollards at Turn 2 after he ran wide during the Russian Grand Prix.

Haas struggles remind Grosjean of 2014 Lotus letdown

Romain Grosjean has compared Haas's current wind-tunnel correlation problems with those he experienced at Lotus in 2014.

Why Grosjean is F1's most infuriating driver Prime

Why Grosjean is F1's most infuriating driver

Romain Grosjean is capable of challenging Formula 1's best on his day - but those performances are few and far between. This is the conundrum of one of grand prix racing's genuine enigmas.

Haas plans to run only "hybrid" Melbourne spec in Russia

Haas hopes to put both Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen on to its hybrid Melbourne-spec car for the Russian Grand Prix as part of its ongoing bid to get to the bottom of what’s gone wrong this year.

Haas in talks with Kubica over test/simulator role

Haas has opened talks with Robert Kubica about the Pole becoming a test and simulator driver in 2020, team boss Gunther Steiner has confirmed.

Plastic sandwich bag caused Magnussen's pace drop-off

A plastic sandwich bag lodged in Kevin Magnussen's front wing was the cause of the pace drop-off that effectively dashed his chances of a point-scoring finish in the Singapore Grand Prix.

Russell: "Shame" Grosjean clash didn't also ruin his race

Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell says it's a "shame" his Singapore Grand Prix collision with Romain Grosjean ended only his race and not Grosjean's as well.

Haas data mismatch prompts Grosjean spec experiment

Haas switched Romain Grosjean back to a version of its Melbourne-spec aero package ahead of qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix, as it ramps up efforts to understand why its development has stalled this year.

Grosjean: Combined DTM/FE programme was post-F1 option

Romain Grosjean says he would have pushed for a move to the DTM, possibly in conjunction with a Formula E programme, had he not secured another year in Formula 1.

Magnussen: Perez knows clash was his fault

Kevin Magnussen thinks Formula 1 rival Sergio Perez knows he was at fault for their clash in Singapore Grand Prix, and has rejected the suggestion he broke a gentleman’s agreement.

Perez: Magnussen ignored "gentleman's agreement" in practice

Sergio Perez believes Kevin Magnussen caused their incident in Singapore Grand Prix practice because he did not stick to a “gentleman’s agreement” between Formula 1 drivers over on-track etiquette.

Steiner explains why Haas didn't make Hulkenberg offer

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner has explained the "close call" of forgoing an offer to Nico Hulkenberg in favour of retaining Romain Grosjean for 2020.

Grosjean keeps Haas F1 seat for 2020

The Haas Formula 1 team will field an unchanged driver line-up in 2020, having opted to retain Romain Grosjean alongside Kevin Magnussen.

Haas reveals updated livery after Rich Energy split

Haas has revealed the first image of what its tweaked car livery will look like following the split with title sponsor Rich Energy.

Steiner admits Haas struggles are 'killing' him

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says that dealing with the constant race tyre struggles that his team is facing in Formula 1 just ‘kills you’ mentally.

Wehrlein approached Haas about 2020 seat

Pascal Wehrlein approached Haas about a return to Formula 1 with the team for 2020, boss Gunther Steiner has confirmed, but the German’s time out of the sport ultimately counted against him.

Haas splits with F1 title sponsor Rich Energy

The title sponsorship agreement between the Haas Formula 1 team and Rich Energy has been terminated with immediate effect, with the team citing "a corporate restructuring process" at Rich as the impetus.

Haas sees no issues with Hulkenberg/Magnussen line-up

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner would have no issues with potentially partnering Nico Hulkenberg with Kevin Magnussen next season, despite a history of animosity between the pair.

Alfa Romeo, Haas get latest Ferrari engine

Ferrari's latest spec engine made its debut in Belgian Grand Prix practice in the customer Haas and Alfa Romeo entries of Kevin Magnussen, Romain Grosjean and Antonio Giovinazzi.

Grosjean "quite confident" he won't be F1's odd man out

Romain Grosjean remains confident that he will have a Formula 1 seat next year despite the latest announcements from Renault and Mercedes.

Grosjean: Haas' Melbourne spec could yet return after Monza

Romain Grosjean says that the Haas Formula 1 team could revert to its original spec car later in the season despite focussing on the latest version for the Belgian and Italian GPs.

Haas names three candidates to partner Magnussen in 2020

Haas Formula 1 team principal Gunther Steiner has named the three main candidates to partner Kevin Magnussen in the outfit's driver line-up for 2020.

Rich Energy to decide on Haas deal before Singapore

Haas team boss Gunther Steiner says a final decision on the future of its title sponsorship deal with Rich Energy will be made before the Singapore Grand Prix.

Haas to end split-spec experiment in Belgium

Haas will end its split-specification experiment at the Belgian Grand Prix, where both of its Formula 1 cars will run refined upgrade packages.

Insight: What it’s like being the father of an F1 driver

Motorsport.com columnist Jan Magnussen has two jobs in motor racing – one is driving a Chevrolet Corvette in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, the other is being father to Haas F1’s Kevin Magnussen. In this column, he tells us what life’s like to be an ‘F1 dad’…

Why F1 shouldn't take Haas for granted Prime

Why F1 shouldn't take Haas for granted

Formula 1's newest team should be a golden example of the potential of a lower-cost future, but a disillusioned Gene Haas is frustrated with both the championship's current model and the vagueness over where it's heading.