Thereotically yeah, but realistically no. Red Bull is Jaguar which is Stewart, which means that's 25 years of GP experience plus RB has Adrian Newey, which is, let's be honest, and engineering god. Haas hasn't got any of that - but were in such a good position two years ago. God damn, why must it have gone down hill since. I sooo want Haas to succeed, and I think they'll wait for 2022 regulation changes to see if they can catch up with the budget limitations.I feel like Haas could be right up with Redbull. Just big brands with a lot of money to work with, Haas just doesn’t have the the experience and drivers as Redbull. You’ll need building automation equipment in large buildings and kids will always buy energy drinks.
Interesting. Where are you getting that from, if I may ask? It seems odd because the FIA awarded them Grade 1 in April (did they slack their grading criteria anticipating the need of new tracks? I guess it's possible, but not likely... ):The racetrack is barely over 10 years old, and yet in a condition like Estoril. But apparently they're working super hard right now to put it into good condition again.