2016 F1

Haas F1 passes FIA’s mandatory crash tests with maiden F1 car

2016 Formula 1 entrant Haas F1 team has passed the FIA’s mandatory crash tests ahead of pre-season testing which gets underway in February.

The American based squad Haas F1 confirmed the news via Twitter as planning for pre-season testing get in progress.

Founded by Nascar team co-owner and machine tool magnate and billionaire Gene Haas, Haas is debuting in 2016 with the strong backing and support of Ferrari.

Recently, team boss Gunther Steiner said that, he is targeting Q2 and a point’s finish on debut in Australian Grand Prix.

Haas are on track to debut their brand-new Ferrari powered machine in Barcelona next month at the Circuit de Catalunya, with two pre-season tests set to take place from February 22-25 and March 1-4.

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