Haas F1

The Haas F1 Team has formally declared that next week will see the introduction of their 2024 vehicle, the VF-24. This disclosure comes after the team underwent a significant reorganization throughout the winter, which included the resignation of Team Principal Guenther Steiner and Technical Director Simone Resta. Ayao Komatsu was promoted to a key position within the team by the reorganization, which launched a new chapter for Haas.

Usually according to their preseason schedule, Haas has chosen to release the VF-24 digitally on February 2. After McLaren‘s previous livery launch, this digital presentation is set to take place at 1400 UK time on the second Formula 1 vehicle introduction of the year.

Haas will have a public debut of the VF-24 at Silverstone on February 11 following the digital premiere. The team will be able to assess the car’s initial performance through a shakedown. 

As part of their preparations for pre-season testing at the same Sakhir venue, the team will then go on another run in Bahrain from February 21 to 23.

The driver lineup for Haas for the 2024 season has remained stable despite major changes in the management structure, including the resignation of important individuals like Guenther Steiner and Simone Resta. As long-term team members, Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen will give the squad stability and expertise.

The VF-24’s release is very important to the Haas F1 Team and Formula 1 fans alike as they go through this revolutionary time. Fans will get a better glimpse at Haas’s new direction and the possibilities of the VF-24 on the forthcoming race circuits through the digital presentation and track appearances to follow. As Haas prepares for the 2024 Formula 1 season, stay tuned for additional information.

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