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America's Haas will have a UK and US base

Gene Haas has revealed that his Formula 1 team - which is set to join the grid in 2016 - will in fact have a UK base as well as one in the US. The American businessman initially planned to base the entire operation out of a newly constructed extension to his North Carolina factory which currently serves his NASCAR outfit. However as the scope of the project begins to dawn on Haas, a number of changes have been made, one of which includes a base somewhere within the UK's 'motorsport valley' which he says will employ around 250 people. "I think initially we are going to be hiring around 200, maybe a little bit more than that at 250," he told the Telegraph. Haas is keen to stress...
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