Despite a disappointing 2019, Haas F1 will also start the next Formula 1 season with Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen at the start. The American team keeps faith in the experienced duo.
"Experience is the foundation for Haas. Grosjean and Magnussen give us a solid platform for further growth. We can build further on their knowledge of business and quality," says team boss Günther Steiner on Thursday.
"It is a difficult year for us with the fluctuations in the performance of our car, but our experience will help us to improve and move forward as a unit."
Haas is disappointing this year and plays a supporting role in the World Cup standings with Grosjean in seventeenth and Magnussen in sixteenth place. In total, the finish was not reached behind times.
The 33-year-old Grosjean has been riding for Haas since 2016, the racing season's debut season. He is in his eighth full year as a Formula 1 driver. Magnussen, who is seven years younger, came over from Renault two years ago and will start his sixth year in 2020.
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A turbulent season for Haas
It is an eventful season for Haas on several fronts, as the team came into conflict with title sponsor Rich Energy. Earlier this month, both parties split up after a long soap.
This season, after 14 of the 22 Grands Prix, Haas is in ninth place in the World Championship stand for constructors. With 26 points, only the poorly performing Williams stays behind.
Haas and the other Formula 1 teams are currently preparing for the fifteenth Grand Prix of the season in Singapore. This season is also being raced in Russia, Japan, Mexico, the United States, Brazil and Abu Dhabi.
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