Haas taunted by CEO of infamous former title sponsor Rich Energy in puzzling tweet

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One of the most infamous deals in Formula 1 history is Haas’ partnership with the energy drink Rich Energy. However, even though they have left the grid, they continue to tease the USA team on social media.

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As Haas prepares for the United States Grand Prix in Austin this Sunday, they received their best wishes from William Storey, CEO of Rich Energy.

Formula 1 F1 – Turkish Grand Prix – Intercity Istanbul Park, Istanbul, Turkey – October 8, 2021 Mick Schumacher of Haas in action during REUTERS / Murad Sezer testing

Haas receives motivational messages from infamous title sponsor ahead of US GP

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The US team will likely never forget their partnership with Rich Energy in 2019. However, even though the two have gone their separate ways, the company still mentions them on social media, this time wishing them the best before the US. Grand Prix.

William Storey wrote, “Good luck to the guys at Rich Energy in Texas today; Hope you enjoy the race.

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Can Haas score his first points in F1 at COTA?

Leader Guenther Steiner is struggling to grab points for the constructors’ championship this season. As it stands, they have zero points so far and are at the bottom of the team standings.

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With six races remaining until the end of the season, Haas hopes to deliver stellar results that could save their 2021 season. For now, they are focused on the United States Grand Prix in Austin, where their drivers Mick Schumacher qualified sixteenth, while his teammate Nikita Mazepin is behind him in seventeenth.

Formula 1 F1 – Russian Grand Prix – Sochi Autodrom, Sochi, Russia – September 26, 2021 Mick Schumacher of Haas during the REUTERS / Anton Vaganov race

With hours of the long-awaited race, what are your predictions for Haas as they prepare to race around the Circuit of the Americas? Let us know in the comments below.

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