Can Haas succeed where USF1 failed?

Can Haas succeed where USF1 failed?

NASCAR team co-owner Gene Haas was recently granted an entry into Formula 1. BEN ANDERSON takes a look at what makes him confident he's the man to crack the F1 code for the United States

The sceptics will say 'we've been here before'. After all, the last time an all-American team tried to enter Formula 1 from a base in the United States things didn't end well.

The stillborn USF1 project of 2010 aimed to put the Stars and Stripes firmly on the F1 map, using home-grown drivers and cars built and run from a base in North Carolina.

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