Haas F1 passes the 'crash-test' FIA


Haas F1 is one step closer to the F1. The american team has confirmed through the social networks that your car has passed the ‘crash-test’ of the FIA. The team, which has faced for the first time to this test in the prospect of making his debut in the World of Formula 1 meets the deadlines and is still picking up the days work to be able to be with the new car in the pre-season test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, which are held between the 22 and 25 February. Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutiérrez will be in charge of this mission.

Haas F1 is going step by step, but for the moment, the american team complies with every one of the deadlines that has been marked on landing in the category. Already before Christmas, the formation led by Gene Haas announced that the date chosen to submit to the ‘crash-test’ of the FIA would be between the 7 and 8 January, as it has been. The next goal for the team in Kannapolis, nc is to build the cars, a process that will begin in just a few days, in mid-January. Everything should be ready for submission on the 21st day of February.

it should Be recalled that Haas F1 has a technical partnership with Dallara, renowned designer and manufacturer of chassis that have passed this type of testing on hundreds of occasions. With the chassis designed by the Italian company and the propellant Ferrari that will have the team after reaching an agreement with the firm of Maranello, the training hopes to be able to be competitive during their first season. is Not safe, so be it, but good humor is not lacking, as demonstrated in the tweet where they announced the news.

Passed @FIA crash test. Next up: testing @Circuitcat_eng. #F1 pic.twitter.com/ipIgAfAn9G
— Haas F1 Team (@HaasF1Team) January 8, 2016