Has Haas opened the customer car door?

Has Haas opened the customer car door?

Haas showed the potential of the 'listed parts' regulations with sixth on its debut in the Australian Grand Prix. Was that a good or bad thing for Formula 1, and is there another way, asks EDD STRAW

In quieter political waters, the significance of Haas's remarkable sixth place on its Formula 1 debut in the Australian Grand Prix - and the questions it posed - might have emerged as a bigger talking point in recent days.

Even amid the furore over qualifying and governance, some concerns were raised. Williams technical director Pat Symonds suggested the American team's success risks further eroding the value of constructors. And he has a good point.

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