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April 11, 2014 7:14 PM
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F1 » New US team awarded FIA Formula 1 licence

Gene Haas has confirmed that is company has been awarded a Formula 1 license by the FIA that will allow him to set up the first US racing team since Penske Racing competed in the world championship in the 1970s. Team Haas (USA) Ltd. was an American Formula One team founded by Carl Haas and Teddy Mayer in 1984, which competed in the World Championship from 1985 to 1986. The project was funded by Beatrice Foods and helped the team enter an agreement to use Ford engines for three seasons. 1980 World Champion Alan Jones was coaxed out of retirement to drive the team's first car at the end of the 1985 season and on into 1986. After a change of management at Beatrice led to the company withdrawing their funding of the project, the team was unable to continue in Formula One after the 1986 season. The team was commonly known as Haas Lola due to Haas' association with Lola Cars International, although Lola was not involved in the project.[1] Their cars were actually designed by H


April 11, 2014 7:37 PM

F1 » New US team awarded FIA Formula 1 licence

US F1 Team was a proposed Formula One team that was granted entry to the 2010 season.[1] However, the team stopped work on its car and did not compete in 2010. It informed the FIA that it was not in a position to race and was removed from the official entry list.[2] The team was fronted by former Haas CNC Racing technical director Ken Anderson and journalist (and former Williams and Ferrari manager) Peter Windsor.[3] US F1 was aiming to be the only F1 team based outside Europe, with their factory located in Charlotte, North Carolina. This was part of Anderson and Windsor's plan to promote American drivers and technology, as was their initial aim to run two American drivers in the 2010 season

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