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Haas F1 announces driver testing schedule

The new Haas F1 team has released which days Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutierrez will be driving during the pre-season tests at Circuit de Catalunya.
The new American Formula 1 team Haas has released which days Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutierrez will be driving during the pre-season tests at Circuit de Catalunya and confirms a 'simple and straightforward' team launch on the morning of the first test on 22nd February.

Former Lotus driver Grosjean will be the first to drive the new Haas F1 car on track in Barcelona on the opening day (22nd February) before handing over to Gutierrez on the second day. The pair will alternate driving duties once again for the third and fourth days of the first pre-season test.

For the second and final winter test at Barcelona Gutierrez will be in the car for the first two days (1 and 2 March) before handing over to Grosjean to complete testing (3 and 4 March).

The US squad also confirmed it will launch its first F1 car on the morning of the opening test on the pit lane of the Spanish circuit at 7:50AM (CET time) on Monday 22nd February.

The team will unveil its new race suits, having recently signed a deal with Alpinestars, as well as its inaugural F1 challenger and livery.


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