Haas to run tweaked livery from Monaco
19 May 2017 – Haas has revealed a tweaked livery that it will use from the Monaco Grand Prix.
Haas launched its VF-17 with a similar colour scheme to its predecessor, the VF-16, retaining a predominantly grey, red and black livery, featuring slightly darker shade of grey.
In its update, which will be applied for Monte-Carlo, grey has replaced the red portions of the car, except for the accent at the rear, a trademark of Haas since its debut.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner confirmed that the livery will be used for the rest of the season.
"With the change in the size of the numbers and its positioning, we looked into making the entire car a little more visible," he commented.
Last month, it was decided that regulations dictating that driver names and personal numbers on cars must be clear would be strictly enforced.
These changes came into play at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Force India fell foul of the new rules, and was given a €25,000 fine, suspended for a year, after it failed to correctly display its numbers.