Singapore Grand Prix – Haas have shown off their car’s revised livery for the remainder of 2019, following a split from title sponsor Rich Energy.
Haas have revealed their revised look for the remainder of 2019, following the termination of their sponsorship deal with Rich Energy. The beleaguered British energy drinks company has been beset by legal problems throughout 2019, with Haas revealed to have agreed to a contract termination around this year’s British Grand Prix.
Rich Energy briefly changed hands as minority shareholders attempted to steady the ship but, with the company reverting back to its original directors last month, it appears Haas’ patience ran out and the deal has since been terminated. It has not been revealed what financial compensation, if any, has been arranged.
Haas thus head to Singapore and into the final seven races of 2019 sans their title sponsor but they’ve already confirmed that there’s no plans to change their livery away from the colour scheme they’ve ran throughout 2019. While all Rich Energy logos and branding has been removed, the car itself will look pretty similar to what we’ve seen so far this year.
With their website now updated, the car’s revised look is revealed with the livery shown being a slightly tweaked version of what has been run throughout 2019.
Haas head to Singapore on the back of three consecutive non scoring races, as the team endure a trying season both on and off track. Last season, Haas finished in P15 and P18 with Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen respectively. The Danish driver is the current lap record holder at Marina Bay, having set a 1:41.9 during last year’s race.