The Haas team is the very first to have unveiled its single-seater for the 2023 season on Tuesday. A livery now predominantly black, white and red.
33 days before the start of the Formula 1 season, in Bahrain, a first livery has been unveiled! And it was the Americans from Haas who were the first to reveal, during a virtual ceremony, their single-seater for the 2023 exercise, called VF-23, and which will be driven by the Dane Kevin Magnussen and the German Nico Hülkenberg. . Unlike last season, where the Haas was predominantly white with a little red, this time it is predominantly black, with white and red (as in 2020), and a place of choice for the new main sponsor, the American financial group MoneyGram, between the cockpit and the rear wing. “We are heading into a new season driven by strong team performances last year and a comeback in the points. The target for the 2023 season is naturally to do this more consistently and with Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hülkenberg I certainly think we have an experienced driver pair more than capable of earning points on a Sunday. the embarrassed team boss Haas. Last season, the Americans finished eighth in the constructors’ standings, with 37 stitches (25 reported by Magnussen, 12 reported by Mick Schumacher, which was not extended for 2023).
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— MoneyGram Haas F1 Team (@HaasF1Team) January 31, 2023
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“I like the livery, it’s definitely the more modern look, fitting as we enter a new era alongside MoneyGram as Title Partner. It’s an exciting time of year for Formula 1 and it’s great that we are the first to present our livery, but our focus is firmly on getting the VF-23 on track and preparing for the season. coming. We really have something to build on after last year’s performances,” reacted team manager Guenther Steiner. The next teams to unveil their car for 2023 will be Red bull this Friday, Williams next Monday and Alfa Romeo the next day. The last will be Alpine, on February 16 in London.