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VIDEO: Watch the Haas VF-16 turn its first wheel

Get a closer look at the new Ferrari-powered Haas VF-16 and watch as it turns its first wheel ahead of its track debut in Spain.
Get a closer look at the new Ferrari-powered Haas VF-16 and watch as it turns its first wheel ahead of its track debut in Spain.





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tommytrojan1

February 21, 2016 8:40 PM

Nice looking car - very similar to all the other designs we've seen thus far, but as Steiner says, they pretty much looked at what everyone else was doing and used that as a base - probably not a bad idea, but nevertheless it would have been great to see just a LITTLE originality. It looks very neatly engineered, at any rate. I remember how Eddie Jordan shocked everyone when he rolled out his beautiful (and, IMO one of the all time best looking F1 cars, especially in the 7-Up livery) Ford powered car back in the day. Must be a nice feeling for Haas to make his F1 dream a reality - hope they do well.



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