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    2020 Haas Livery

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    Kinda meh. I like that scheme better than the grey from season before last though. And at least they know that the HaasCNC check won't bounce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jag_Warrior View Post
    Kinda meh. I like that scheme better than the grey from season before last though. And at least they know that the HaasCNC check won't bounce.
    I am sure Haas is glad to see the back of the Rich Drink lot. I feel Haas shall be on a mission this season to recover lost respect. One thing is certain, if this 2020 car falls short of taking Hass back to the frontend of the midfield, their credibility would be trashed. That said, l have some confidence that Haas would be good this season. [Just don't let me eat my words guys]
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    How about the rumours that Ferrari has hit a bad patch already even before they launch their car. I think it is hogwash, but you never know. It would be bad for ther season as Mercedes would stroll comfortably to another double title wins.

    Redbull seem to be pounding their chest this season claiming to be the prime Mercedes chalenger. They seem to approaching this season with some confidence. Honda may have turned up with more ponies on steriods this season.
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    It is interesting how the media do not have very close and detailed pictures of the cars. Most notably the Ferrari. Binotto says the new SF1000 has extreme chassis changes. The hunt for downforce has demanded that Ferrari be bold in their revised package for 2020. I hope it pays dividends, as a well fought title challenge is expected this season with no changes to the regulations.
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    Is that real or a render? As I've seen pictures of cars as convincing looking from Forza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark View Post
    Is that real or a render? As I've seen pictures of cars as convincing looking from Forza.
    There has been to track debut fo the car. Hence it could be a render. Renault is saying some of these new cars in recent launches are fake. One probably cannot say that fior those cars that actually took to the track.
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    The Haas hit the track today for a shakedown. The pic is not a render but the real thing.
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