Technical analysis: Haas VF-16

Technical analysis: Haas VF-16

Haas isn't just a novelty because it's an American F1 team, it's a trailblazer for the 'listed parts' regulations. But that doesn't mean its car is a Ferrari copy, says CRAIG SCARBOROUGH

As the first American Formula 1 team in 30 years, Haas's debut has inevitably attracted huge attention.

But it's not so much its nationality that makes Haas a trailblazer. It is the first team to make the most of the 'listed parts' regulations and produce only the minimum components required to be classed as an F1 constructor.

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