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Haas creates smokescreen: 'Alfa Romeo? Lots of people tell them that'

For Alfa Romeo, Sauber's main sponsorship comes to an end after this season, renaming the Swiss team - which will operate as Audi from 2026. It is not a given that this means Alfa Romeo will disappear from Formula 1 entirely. In fact, it is now rumoured that the Haas team will get Alfa Romeo as its title and perhaps name sponsor from next year. Article continues under ad With other media, GPblog asked Guenther Steiner what was true of all the stories surrounding a possible name change. The Haas team boss said, "A lot of people are telling that to me. The only ones which haven't told me that yet is Alfa Romeo. Obviously, they are looking in what they are doing in the future. I think...
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