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2014-12-24 09:34

MR MONEYBAGS? Haas F1 team boss Gene Haas has acquired the Marussia headquarters in England. Image: AFP

LONDON, England - Haas, the new American F1 team expected to join the circus in 2016, has apparently acquired Marussia's factory in Banbury, England.

Although the cars will be designed and assembled at a plant alongside the Stewart-Haas Nascar team in North Carolina, USA, owner Gene Haas has also been looking for a separate UK base for his F1 outfit.

He told F1 business journalist Christian Sylt in the UK’s The Guardian recently: "I guess it might be a possibility to take a look at the Marussia HQ."


Racecar Engineering is now reporting that Haas has indeed acquired the plant and has declared an interest in bidding for some of the ailing tail-ender’s assets.

The report added: "It is thought that Haas has also acquired the data and designs for the 2015 Marussia."

It’s a different story, however, for the similarly troubled 2014 tail-ender Caterham whose administrators still hope its team can race on in 2015.

Sky reports that a meeting with creditors on Monday (Dec 21) was promising. Joint administrator Henry Shinners declared afterwards: "Our dialogue with prospective interested parties continues.

"We still hope Caterham F1 can be saved and be on the grid in Melbourne for the first race of 2015."

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