Haas unveil bold new livery for 2021 F1 season

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Haas has revealed a very Russian-themed livery which will adorn its Formula 1 car for 2021.

Now entering their sixth season on the grid, the American squad embarks on a new era of sorts this year.

Gone is the experience of Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen, which has served them since 2017, to be replaced by youth in rookies Nikita Mazepin and Mick Schumacher.

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The change was somewhat enforced with the controversial Mazepin bringing in much-needed funds to Haas, who were hit hard financially by Covid-19 last year.

Meanwhile, Mick, son of seven-time F1 world champion Michael Schumacher and Ferrari Academy member, gets his chance after winning the F2 championship in 2020.

Their arrival might just give Haas the boost they need after two tough years which saw them finish ninth in the Constructors' standings.

However, with all focus being put on the new regulations for 2022, any expectations of the team moving up the grid are low at best.