Amid the Formula 1 paddock's usual scepticism, the sport's newest team is pushing ahead with its plans with the goal of being on the grid for the first race of next season.
Gene Haas – a top Nascar team co-owner and boss of Haas Automation, a world-leading machine tool maker – has secured a two-year license to make his Formula 1 debut either in 2015 or 2016.
After a visit to Haas' North Carolina headquarters, Auto Motor und Sport correspondent Michael Schmidt says the Gunther Steiner-led team's 'plan A' is to race next year.
Schmidt said Steiner, who has worked with Jaguar and Red Bull, is now rapidly building a workforce, with many experienced Formula 1 people...
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