Haas opts against appealing Force India decision
The Haas Formula One team has confirmed it will not appeal the stewards' decision that dismissed its protest against rivals Force India at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Haas lodges intention to appeal unsuccessful protest
Haas has 96 hours to formally submit an appeal its unsuccessful protest surrounding the legality of Force Indias two cars, which was dismissed by the FIA stewards on Saturday.
Haas' protest against Force India dismissed by FIA
Haas has been unsuccessful in its protest against Force India after a hearing on Saturday at the Yas Marina circuit.
Fittipaldi joins Haas as test driver
Pietro Fittipaldi, the grandson of two-time world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, will join the Haas F1 team as a test driver next year and make his debut with the team at this year's end-of-season test in Abu Dhabi.
Haas loses appeal over Grosjean's Monza disqualification
Haas has been unsuccessful in its appeal against Romain Grosjean's disqualification from September's Italian Grand Prix, where he originally finished sixth.
Haas to change livery in 2019 with new title sponsor
The Haas Formula One team will change its livery next year to incorporate new title sponsor Rich Energy.
Magnussen slams 'Formula Fuelsaving' after Austin DQ
Shortly after his U.S. Grand Prix disqualification was confirmed, Kevin Magnussen took to social media to criticise Formula One's fuel regulations.
Why Haas opted for an unchanged 2019 driver line-up
Stability was the key for Haas in deciding to take an unchanged line-up of Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean into the 2019 Formula One season.
Haas retains Magnussen, Grosjean for 2019
Haas F1 Team confirmed an unchanged driver lineup for 2019, keeping Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean together for a third Formula One season.
Haas planning driver announcement ahead of U.S. GP
Haas expects to have its 2019 line-up confirmed in time for the U.S. Grand Prix in October.
Grosjean disqualified from Italian Grand Prix after Renault protest
Romain Grosjean has been stripped of sixth place at the Italian Grand Prix and excluded from the result after his car was found to be illegal according to F1's regulations.
Magnussen expects calmer approach to next rain-affected race
Despite losing a big haul of points last weekend, Kevin Magnussen feels the late chaos of the German Grand Prix provided a good learning opportunity for himself and Haas.
Steiner: No true midfield in F1 anymore
Haas boss Guenther Steiner thinks each of the seven teams behind Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are now equally capable of challenging for points every weekend.
Haas junior Ferrucci was blocked from running Trump slogan on F2 car
Haas junior Santino Ferrucci was blocked from running a "Make America Great Again" slogan on the side of his Formula Two car at the weekend.
Steiner: Haas capable of beating Renault to fourth
Guenther Steiner says Haas is capable of beating Renault to fourth in the championship in 2018.
Haas cautious after 'one-race redemption'
Gene Haas is refusing to get carried away with his team's best-ever Formula One result.
Haas unsure if Red Bull is beatable on race day
Although Kevin Magnussen thinks Haas could take the fight to Red Bull at the Austrian Grand Prix, team boss Guenther Steiner is wary of risking a big haul of points.
Steiner: Magnussen showing what he can do with 'first good car'
Haas boss Guenther Steiner says 2018 is the first opportunity Kevin Magnussen has had to showcase his true racing talent.
"I touched with Vettel. I hope he has damage!'
A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the French Grand Prix, which featured an irritated Romain Grosjean and more frustration for Fernando Alonso.
Haas expecting resurgence at French Grand Prix
Haas boss Guenther Steiner expects the team to get back to its early-season form at the French Grand Prix this weekend.
Haas not jumping to conclusions over upgrade
Guenther Steiner says Haas' performances in the upcoming races will determine whether its latest upgrade package has been a success or not.
Grosjean hits a groundhog in Friday practice
Romain Grosjean has questioned why the Canadian Grand Prix marshals did not remove the groundhog he struck in second practice after one had been shown trackside on television screens earlier in the session.
Grosjean: People exaggerating poor form
Despite not scoring a single point in 2018, Romain Grosjean says people are making a bigger deal out of his recent form than is necessary.
Kevin Magnussen doesn't care if you like him or not
Is Kevin Magnussen's reputation as F1's bad boy fair? ESPN's Nate Saunders talks to the Danish F1 driver to find out.
Grosjean resurgence just around the corner, says Haas
Haas boss Guenther Steiner has no doubts Romain Grosjean can rectify his current run of poor form and reproduce the performances which helped Haas the team to strong finishes in 2016 and 2017.