Monday, 29 December 2014

Sutil interested in Haas F1 Team project

(Sauber F1 Team)

Former Sauber F1 Team driver Adrian Sutil has stated that the new Haas F1 Team who make their debut in 2016, is an interesting project.

The German will not compete in Formula One next season as the Sauber F1 Tam have signed Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr. While Esteban Gutierrez has secured a test driver role with Scuderia Ferrari, 

Adrian Sutil has not secured a drive in Formula One as either a test driver or in a race seat.

The German has stated that he is looking into the possibility of racing in the World Endurance Championship in 2015.

The Haas F1 Team will have a supply of Ferrari power units starting from 2016 when they enter Formula One. Gene Haas bought the former Marussia F1 Team factory in Banbury, Oxfordshire just before Christmas so will have headquarters in both the UK and the United States.

Haas has not yet made any decision on who he would like to see driving for the team in 2016 but Adrian Sutil could be an option as he has experience and this is what a new team like Haas will be looking for. The German also has experience with the Ferrari 1.6 Litre V6 Turbocharged power unit as it the engine that the Sauber F1 Team used during the 2014 Formula One season.

© Ben Johnston 2014

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