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The race is on: SafetyCulture partners with MoneyGram Haas F1 Team for Las Vegas race

Moments That Matter | SafetyCulture News | By | 14 Nov 2023 | < 1

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On Saturday 18 November, we’re teaming up with MoneyGram Haas F1 Team as their Official Race Partner in Las Vegas. 

For one weekend only, the City That Never Sleeps is changing gears and transforming its bustling streets into a roaring race track. A huge moment for Las Vegas, having last hosted a race over 40 years ago. 

We’re excited and proud to be partnering with Haas F1 Team, a team competing in the highest class of international racing. It’s also a huge moment for SafetyCulture as we support the logistical feats behind one of the most anticipated races on the 2023 event schedule. 

And it’s a match made in heaven. Just like SafetyCulture strives to find ways to continuously improve in the workplace, Haas F1 Team has a commitment to ‘the Haas way’ – taking on challenges head-on, and constantly finding ways of doing things better. 

Haas F1 Team’s drive to always find ways to improve, dates back to when Gene Haas first founded Haas Automation, a CNC machine tool manufacturer in the US. An engineer by trade, Gene is passionate about innovation, and this ‘Haas way’ extends into all elements of how the Haas F1 Team operates today. 

Haas F1 Team’s focus on getting better and better every time is imperative to their success on the track. 

Update: Read MoneyGram F1 Team’s customer story to find out how the race went

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