Haas F1 Car Livery Makes Comeback With Black And Gold Colour Scheme


Haas F1 car livery makes comeback with black and gold colour scheme. The group is presently financed by the UK-based caffeinated drinks organization Rich Energy after it hit an arrangement with the last toward the end of last year.

Notwithstanding the colour scheme, the F1 group has additionally been renamed as Rich Energy Haas F1 group for the up and coming season. While the new uniform was displayed on the 2018 show vehicle at the launch event in London, the group has released advanced pictures of the VF-19 online showcasing its 2019 F1 challenger.

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Guenther Steiner, Haas Team Principal said, “It’s important that we keep progressing as a team, and this season is no different. Our partnership with Rich Energy is another positive example of moving forward as an organisation.”

The black and gold colour scheme makes a rebound to F1 since the 2015 Lotus challenger. Haas F1 drivers Roman Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen uncovered the new colour at the launch event. The new hues are unmistakably not quite the same as its past hues that were a blend of red, dim and black in their initial three periods of F1.

“I’m naturally delighted to finally see the Rich Energy colours and stag logo in Formula 1 with Haas F1 Team,” William Storey, Rich Energy – CEO. “Partnering with the team has already significantly raised the profile of our brand, this livery unveil will again elevate us to another level. It’s fantastic to see the VF-19 decked out in black and gold, with Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen similarly attired .”