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Haas looking for technical partnership

New Formula One team owner Gene Haas has given up on the idea of using a Dallara chassis for his 2016 race car and wants to enter into a technical partnership with a current F1 manufacturer. Regulations with regards to selling parts to other teams will be relaxed prior to the start of the 2015 season and Haas hopes to purchase power units and various other parts from another F1 outfit. "We are trying to nail down a technology partner," Haas told Autosport when asked about his plans for the team. "We've spent a lot of time with Ferrari, and talked a little bit with Mercedes. Engine supplier is only half the equation here, and we're still working on that. "Until we have a...
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