Haas unveil new 2019 VF-19 vehicle for 2019 F1 season

Haas unveil new 2019 VF-19 vehicle for 2019 F1 season

The Haas Formula One team transformed their old grey livery into a sleek black and gold look at a launch on Thursday while a new, if little-known, energy drink title sponsor talked about taking on Red Bull.

"The new auto looks distinctive, not only in terms of its color scheme, but also with the new regulations in play".

Haas chairman Gene Haas says that the new vehicle and colour scheme looks distinctive and that they hope to be competitive with the new regulations introduced for 2019.

"It is a good-looking colour the black and the gold", said Steiner. "We share that completely", he told Reuters. "I think with Haas and Rich Energy we're in a different league in that aspect". "I think a lot of people have put two and two together and got five".

Speaking at today's livery reveal, Rich Energy CEO, Williams Storey, was keen to dismiss the claims about his company, insisting that it is a serious player and is targeting Red Bull, both on the race track and off, as it aims to become the number one energy drink. Steiner said Haas had no objections to the redesign.

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"This is the time of the season when you hope you've got designs right and you can be competitive straight away", said Haas.

Haas' new title sponsor has dismissed as conspiracy theorists those who wonder about the credibility of the Rich Energy brand.

"Since I was a kid I grew up watching [Ayrton] Senna, [Alain] Prost, [Nigel] Mansell". "It's the flawless platform for our brand". We haven't got where we've got by following the crowd. When others are fearful, be greedy. "We intend on being in Formula One for the long, long term". There's been an terrible lot of talk about ownership, previous regime and the future. "I've been 180cm and 69 kilos for like six or seven years now, and now with the freedom I might have reached a bit more so I am going back on a diet". Sometimes, like [in] Mexico, [it] just didn't work for us, we were going eight seconds slower than what we could do with a new tyre in the race, and that's always very frustrating.

The American-owned outfit have signed a deal with British-based Rich Energy, an energy drink start-up depicted by entrepreneur frontman William Storey as a "David ready to take on the Goliath of the industry".

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