Inside the newcomer beating F1's giants

Inside the newcomer beating F1's giants

Haas finished fifth in the 2018 world championship in only its third Formula 1 season. Its success is largely due to its efficient racing model, in which it outsources the design and build of its car. JAMES ROBERTS went on a tour of its UK base to find out how that works in practice

Off junction 11 of the M40 motorway, there is a familiar landscape. Out-of-town retail stores and drive-through franchises for hungry motorists. Roundabouts, industrial estates and warehouses.

But on one corner of Banbury's sprawl is a small unit where the stripped-back monocoques of two Formula 1 cars sit still.

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