Partners

HAAS F1 TEAM

Haas F1 Team will make its debut in the FIA Formula One World Championship this season.
Richard Mille is proud to accompany this new and historical team in this year’s championship.

The partnership with Haas F1 Team is a strategic one for Richard Mille, as America is a key market for the company.
The combination of technology and performance associated with each Richard Mille timepiece makes Formula One and Haas F1 Team perfect fits for the luxury brand.

Haas F1 Team will make its debut in the FIA Formula One World Championship this season.
Richard Mille is proud to accompany this new and historical team in this year’s championship.

The partnership with Haas F1 Team is a strategic one for Richard Mille, as America is a key market for the company.
The combination of technology and performance associated with each Richard Mille timepiece makes Formula One and Haas F1 Team perfect fits for the luxury brand.

Romain Grosjean

The 29-year-old driver has competed in 78 Formula One races and scored 10 podium finishes, with the most recent being a third-place result in August at the Belgian Grand Prix. He is currently in his fifth Formula One season with Lotus F1 Team.

Grosjean has considerable history with Richard Mille, having served as its brand ambassador since 2014. With an intense passion for timepieces, he has helped develop an outstanding collection of calibers for Richard Mille, combining titanium and NTPT (North Thin Ply Technology) carbon, which was originally developed for the sails of racing yachts before rapidly spreading to aeronautics and Formula One.

Grosjean is highly regarded as a team leader and potential world champion. The Frenchman will get his first drive with Haas F1 Team during the preseason test Feb. 22-25 at Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. A second test at Barcelona takes place March 1-4 before the season-opening Australian Grand Prix March 20 in Melbourne.

Romain Grosjean

Esteban Gutiérrez

Gutiérrez will race alongside driver Romain Grosjean, who was previously announced by Haas on Sept. 29 in a press conference at the team’s U.S. headquarters in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

Prior to joining Scuderia Ferrari, Gutiérrez spent 2013-2014 driving for the Ferrari-powered Sauber F1 Team. In those two years, Gutiérrez competed in every race, scoring a career-best seventh-place finish in the 2013 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

Gutiérrez began his racing career in 2004, competing in the final three rounds of the Mexican Rotax Max Challenge karting championship. He won the North Mexican Series in 2006 and finished fourth in the Mexican Grand Nationals. At the same time, he scored five wins from five starts in the Camkart Challenge Mexico Series.

The 24-year-old Gutiérrez is currently the third driver at Scuderia Ferrari, the technical partner of Haas F1 Team.
Gutiérrez joined Scuderia Ferrari in 2015 after spending the 2013-2014 seasons with the Ferrari-powered Sauber F1 Team.

Esteban Gutiérrez

Esteban Gutiérrez

Gutiérrez will race alongside driver Romain Grosjean, who was previously announced by Haas on Sept. 29 in a press conference at the team’s U.S. headquarters in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

Prior to joining Scuderia Ferrari, Gutiérrez spent 2013-2014 driving for the Ferrari-powered Sauber F1 Team. In those two years, Gutiérrez competed in every race, scoring a career-best seventh-place finish in the 2013 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

Gutiérrez began his racing career in 2004, competing in the final three rounds of the Mexican Rotax Max Challenge karting championship. He won the North Mexican Series in 2006 and finished fourth in the Mexican Grand Nationals. At the same time, he scored five wins from five starts in the Camkart Challenge Mexico Series.

The 24-year-old Gutiérrez is currently the third driver at Scuderia Ferrari, the technical partner of Haas F1 Team.
Gutiérrez joined Scuderia Ferrari in 2015 after spending the 2013-2014 seasons with the Ferrari-powered Sauber F1 Team.

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