Haas F1 Team First to Reveal 2022 Car
The beginning of a new year and a new livery. F1 is scheduled to begin on March 18 at the Bahrain Grandprix.
Each team has scheduled their own showcasing of their 2022 Formula 1 car. In the early month of February. The American-owned team Haas, has revealed their VF-22 built to fit the new regulations. A dramatic contrast from last year’s piece. Similar to their last year’s car, but instead contains a subtle difference around the nose, side-pods, and floor area.
The Team has struggled through a series of sponsorships and financial instability in the past years. Choosing to opt-out of developing a new car for 2021. Instead, the VF-22 has been given 100% of the team’s resources.
Team principal Guenther Steiner added: “ We all know the team is capable of, we’ve proved that in the past, and this new car- born out of a completely new set of regulations and with our new design team in place. I’m confident we can showcase once again that we can compete on weekends.”
With the new regulations and changes of drivers. Haas seems to have a positive attitude in its delivery this season. The change of atmosphere has allowed the improvement of its delivery
Haas drivers Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin finished 10th in the 2021- championship and they were the only teams that did not score.
Haas is confident that the VF-22 will help the team fight for a point position. The effort given by everyone within the team considers this project a success.
The F1 team will unveil the physical car at the Barcelona pit lane for pre-season running. For now, the team has kept significant parts of their designs under wrap.
Except for certain small features in the nose, side-pods, and floor area. Most American fans have eyed the new look of the supposed American team, reflecting the Russian flag colors.
A hidden image of the American flag that used to sit on top of the driver’s helmet has been removed.
Since 2018, this team has lacked the potential to return to a point position. But now there might be a chance to achieve those points. With Ferrari academy driver Mick Schumacher, who seems to have a promise future Ferrari driver in F1. It would be interesting to know his thoughts about his position within the team and what would be next. Nikita Mazepin has been open about aiming for stability within the team.
What are your expectations for Haas F1 Team for this year?