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Haas still chasing F1 team

Getty Images Enlarge Gene Haas is pressing ahead with plans to form an F1 team, despite warnings from Bernie Ecclestone that it is 'most unlikely' such a venture would succeed. F1 has not had an American team since 1978, after Penske Racing ended a four-year affiliation with the sport. Haas recently revealed he is in the process of applying for a licence to field a team for 2015. Just last week Bernie Ecclestone strongly suggested Haas could not afford the cost of a competitive F1 team. Haas seems undeterred, though he admits he is not taking Ecclestone's warning lightly. "It scares me!" Haas told N.com. "When the head of Formula One says, 'You can't afford this,' he...
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