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Haas: F1 project taking longer to accomplish than we thought

Gene Haas Although approved by the FIA to enter Formula 1 in 2015, it is increasingly unlikely that Team Haas will be on the grid next year, but are rather more likely to make their debut in 2016. Italian media are reporting that the United States based outfit, owned by NASCAR team owner Gene Haas, is in the process of setting up a deal with Dallara to provide the chassis and Ferrari the V6 turbo power units. Haas told Autoweek, 'It just seems that it's taking longer to accomplish what we wanted to do than we thought. It's already June so it's just seven months away and the timing issues are starting to get real crazy. We have a list of names [of people we want to hire], but the problem is...
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