We aren’t even a third of the way through the 2015 Formula 1 season, but the driver market is already showing signs of a big shake-up in anticipation of the 2016 season. The linchpin in these negotiations is likely to be the U.S.-based Haas F1 team, which is set to add two new seats to the grid starting next year, pending the return of all current teams.
“I think the seriousness of the interest is picking up quite a bit,” Gene Hass told USA Today in a recent interview. “Right now there’s a lot of churning in the garage there in Formula 1. Some people are doing really well and everybody else is doing really bad. (Laughs) Some of the teams they thought would do good really missed it.”
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