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Watson questions Haas entry

John Watson fears Gene Haas is creating too much problems for himself and his American before even joining the Formula 1 grid. Earlier this month, it was announced that Haas had been granted the 12th place on the 2014 Formula 1. This is not the first time an American team will try to make inroads into F1, however, Watson believes basing the team is North Carolina will prove to be a mistake. "For me it's the wrong move," the former F1 driver told Sky Sports News. "He's going to be basing his car around the Dallara, I believe, made in Italy. So why base yourself in North America when everything has to be flown from Europe to North America to be assembled to be transported back...
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