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GP Week : Issue 203
+1000 pages 624 pages Don’t stay out of the Business ! The only reference books that keep you updated with motor racing Motorsports Formula One Each new edition 100% researched & updated ! In depth information on the major players of the 2014 field. Teams, drivers, engine manufacturers, cars, key people, sponsors & suppliers, media, marketing & PR, organisers, circuits, officials, etc. Companies and key people with positions, contact details, emails, addresses, websites, logo, color portrait pictures and a lot more. Tel: +44 (0) 20 71930 686 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Order now on our secure website - www.whoworksin.com Gene Haas’s Formula 1 dream will have to wait until 2016. The American, who has been granted an entry into the Formula 1 World Championship, was in Montreal last weekend, following the news that he was delaying his entry into Grand Prix racing until the season after next. At the same time, it has been confirmed that Haas’s team will be run by former Red Bull Racing and Jaguar man, Gunther steiner (above, discussing life with Jacques Villeneuve). “I will be the team boss,” steiner told speed Week in the Montreal paddock. When asked about drivers, he was non-committal, but did not dismiss an inevitable question linking American NAsCAR and former IndyCar driver Danica Patrick with a role in the starred and striped team. “It’s too early for this [a driver question],” said steiner. “But, you know, everything is possible.” HAAS TAG 2016 Steiner confirmed as team boss F1 >>> nEWs 12 GPWEEK.com // 12 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: