Haas hopes it does not rue Melbourne's 'missed opportunity'
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner hopes his team will not live to rue "lost opportunities" this season, having suffered a double retirement at the Australian Grand Prix.
Steiner labels Haas' qualifying pace 'amazing'
Haas boss Gunther Steiner has labelled his team's qualifying performance in Australia as "amazing" but is under no illusions as to how quickly things in Formula One can change.
Stroll: 'Uncomfortable' set-up changes a factor in crash
Lance Stroll admits he was "very uncomfortable" with his car's new set-up on Saturday before the FP3 crash which contributed to him being last on the grid for his debut race.
Haas ordered to remove its T-wing
Haas was forced to remove its T-wing from its Formula One car ahead of second practice for the Australian Grand Prix, team principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed.
Gutierrez secures full-time Formula E drive
Former Haas driver Esteban Gutierrez will contest the remainder of the Formula E season with the Techeetah team
Grosjean: Big start less important in 2017
Romain Grosjean says Haas naturally wants to emulate its points-scoring debut at the Australian Grand Prix,though he thinks the team should be more focused on finishing the season on an upward sw
Grosjean: Haas has come 'a long way' in 12 months
Romain Grosjean says Haas' solid 2017 pre-season shows the huge steps it has made as a team since joining the grid one year ago.
Steiner: Top three already 1.5s ahead of the rest
Haas boss Guenther Steiner thinks Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari already hold a 'big' advantage over the rest of the field before Formula One's pre-season testing has finished.
Start procedure changes a 'much bigger challenge' in 2017
Kevin Magnussen believes starts will be a "much bigger challenge" for drivers in 2017 due to new rules made for the upcoming season.
Post-Bernie F1 world 'nerve-wracking' for Haas
Gene Haas admits the post-Bernie Ecclestone world of Formula One is "nerve-wracking" for him and his team, despite the arrival of new American owners.
Haas: Long-term F1 strategy not dependent on winning
Gene Haas -- the owner of America's Formula One team -- explains why his long-term strategy hinges around more than just accumulating silverware.
Haas: No grey area in F1 suspension row anymore
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner says there is no longer a grey area around the use of 'pre-loaded' suspension systems after the FIA's latest clarification.
Magnussen 'really impressed' with early days at Haas
Kevin Magnussen declared himself "really impressed" with his new Haas team after leading the mileage charts on the second day of 2017's winter tests.
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Haas officially unveils 2017 car
Haas unveiled the VF17 in the Barcelona pit lane to officially kick off its second season in Formula One.
Haas launches new VF17 ahead of F1 testing
The Haas Formula One team has launched its new car, the VF17, with swept-back wings, a thumb-like nose and Ferrari-like sidepods.
Steiner: Early upgrades key to success in 2017
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner says Formula One's new regulation changes make the early batch of upgrades crucial for any team wanting a successful 2017 season.
Haas announces launch date for VF17
Haas will launch its 2017 Formula One car -- the VF17 -- on Sunday, February 26.
Haas: Pluses and minuses to second year in F1
Gene Haas believes his team has the potential to move further up the grid this year as it enters its second season of competition in F1.
Magnussen feels he has been 'unlucky' in F1 up to now
New Haas recruit Kevin Magnussen feels he should have achieved more in his Formula One career so far, but has no regrets about his career trajectory as he starts his third season.
Haas keeping options open on 2017 brake supplier
Haas will run a parallel brake programme during Barcelona's winter tests to determine which manufacturer it will use on its cars in 2017.
Haas' 2017 car passes crash tests
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has confirmed the team's car has passed all of its crash tests ahead of the 2017 season.
Haas keen for quality over quantity in staff appointments
Gene Haas says he is more concerned with making quality staff appointments than massively expanding his team's operation for its second year in Formula One.
Gutierrez set for 2017 Formula E drive
Former Sauber and Haas driver Esteban Gutierrez has confirmed he will drive in Formula E for "a number of races" this year.
Grosjean: no fear of making mistakes at Haas
Romain Grosjean has praised the positive mentality at Haas during its debut Formula One season, saying it has allowed him to drive without fear of making mistakes.
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