When precision, speed, and reliability mean the difference between first and last, race teams around the world turn to Haas Automation CNC machines to create parts for their race cars, because they know – speed is everything.
Haas Automation is the primary sponsor and Official Machine Tool of Haas F1 Team, the first American led Formula One Team in almost 30 years. Haas F1 Team uses more than 20 Haas CNC machines to make parts that are vital to their race cars and team in their two manufacturing facilities located in Kannapolis, NC and Banbury, UK.
Haas Automation is the Official Machine Tool of Stewart-Haas Racing and co-primary sponsor of the No. 41 Haas Automation Ford Fusion, driven by Kurt Busch in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Stewart-Haas Racing uses 19 Haas CNCs in their 6,000-square-foot (550-square-meter) machine shop, located at their headquarters in Kannapolis, NC. Over 3,000 individual parts machined on Haas CNC machines are used on the four cars fielded by Stewart-Haas Racing – the No. 41 driven by Kurt Busch, No. 14 driven by Tony Stewart, No. 4 driven by Kevin Harvick, and No. 10 driven by Danica Patrick.
Hendrick Motorsports uses 47 Haas CNCs throughout their machine shops to supply 19 full time NASCAR teams with engines and parts. They use 24 verticles, 11 horizontals, and 12 lathes to supply 12 Sprint Cup Series teams, 5 Xfinity Series teams, and 2 Camping World Truck Series teams.
Scuderia Ferrari, the Championship winning Formula One team, use three Haas machines in their Maranello, Italy facility.