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Haas Reiterates Desire To Form New F1 Team Despite Skepticism From Ecclestone
Published January 28, 2014
SMOKE SIGNALS: Stewart during yesterday's media tour said that he "saw no reason he could not return" to form following a dirt track accident last fall that left him with a broken leg. In N.Y., Viv Bernstein writes Stewart "needs to be back in the racecar for the team to succeed." Stewart's crew chief Greg Zipadelli said, “There’s a lot of fans that were disappointed, and sponsors, the 265 employees that we have, they’re counting on him to come back and be the Tony Stewart of old." Bernstein: "That is the hope of NASCAR, too." Stewart, as "temperamental as he is talented, is one of the sport’s most popular drivers" (N.Y. TIMES, 1/28).