Norris defends Grosjean over Q1 block, says Vettel 'screwed' him
Romain Grosjean will drop three places on the grid in the Bahrain Grand Prix for an incident that McLaren rookie Lando Norris said Sebastian Vettel was at least partly responsible for.
Haas determined to make up for 2018's pit stop errors
Twelve months ago Haas left the season-opening Australian Grand Prix distraught after suffering a double DNF and failing to capitalise on their best ever qualifying performance.
The biggest issue facing each F1 team in 2019
Can Mercedes keep its F1 empire together? Will Ferrari finally do the right thing? Can Renault produce a season worthy of Daniel Ricciardo? A look at what each team is losing sleep over ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Who's hot and who's not: Ferrari top, Haas rises, Alfa falls
A look at the 10 teams on the Formula One grid in the order preseason testing suggested they all sit on the eve of the Australian Grand Prix.
Magnussen: Feels easier to follow new F1 cars
After his first chance to properly follow a rival on track in testing, Haas' Kevin Magnussen said the early signs are that the changes made to Formula One cars in 2019 will improve racing.
Haas unveil new car for 2019
Haas reveal their new black and gold formula 1 car their drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean will be driving for the new season.
Haas' backers looking to beat Red Bull 'on and off track'
Haas' new-look livery for 2019 -- a blend of black and gold made famous by Lotus in previous eras -- came with bold proclamations from the team's newest financial backer.
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.
Haas' Force India protest: The verdict in full
The extensive stewards' verdict from Haas' unsuccessful protest of Force India, including the main arguments, background and decisions.
Haas: Force India protest is about seeking equality
The Haas Formula One team says it has launched a protest against rivals Force India at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in a bid to seek 'equality' over a long-running prize money dispute.
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.
Grosjean worried about potential race ban
Romain Grosjean is concerned he could be hit with a race ban after notching up his 10th penalty point of the season at the U.S. Grand Prix.
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: If they can't beat you on track, they try in court
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner believes his team has come under extra scrutiny from its rivals now that the American outfit has become more competitive.
Tech Corner: Why was Grosjean disqualified at Monza?
Haas' Romain Grosjean lost his sixth place finish at the Italian Grand Prix, but what exactly was illegal about his car?
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.
Haas feels 'slighted' by 'preferential' Force India treatment
Gene Haas is frustrated at the concessions made to the rebooted Force India outfit since its takeover during the summer break.
Grosjean 'back on a good path' after tough start
Romain Grosjean feels he has turned a corner in the races leading up to the summer break after a tough start to the 2018 Formula One season.
Grosjean believes he can have long-term future in F1
Romain Grosjean is confident he still has the potential to stay in F1 for several years and is hopeful he will one day get an opportunity to win races before he retires.
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: Points lost through driver errors not acceptable
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner is concerned by the amount of points his team has thrown away this season, warning his drivers that losing points through mistakes is not acceptable.
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 puts the midfield on notice in Austria
Is Haas finally hitting its full potential after getting both drivers into the top five places at the Austrian Grand Prix?
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