Formula 1 loves to shout about the success of Drive to Survive. And rightly so. It took an already popular motorsport division and delivered it directly to the masses via our modern binge-watching fascination. Most teams have varying and intriguing stories to follow across its seasons, but perhaps none more so than Haas. And yet the American squad is the team with the shortest F1 history.
Since Drive to Survive made its debut ahead of the 2019 season, its cameras have captured plenty of Haas stories. The fallouts between former team-mates Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean in 2018-19 were among them, while its hero-to-zero swing in results in those years made a star out of sweary and likeable team boss Gunther Steiner. But the tales have become more painful over the years.
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