Haas F1 Team (first era)
Haas F1 was founded by American businessman Gene Haas to promote his Haas Automation machine tool company. Haas had a goal of spending minimum amount of money on the team, using last year's Ferrari cars. Corporate colors of the eam were red, gray and white, though liveries were different each year.
Rich Energy Haas F1 Team
Haas' first title sponsor was Rich Energy, the controversial energy drink brand, with the goal of defeating Red Bull, despite having a little amount of money and no products at all. Haas' newest car got a brand new black and gold livery. In the middle of the season Whyte Bikes sued Rich Energy for emblem plagiarism, so it was removed from the car with wordmark still being present as of Canadian Grand Prix.
Haas F1 Team (second era)
Before the Italian Grand Prix Rich Energy ended the deal due to the team's poor performance, since the Singapore Grand Prix the logo was absent on the car. The livery retained the Rich Energy colors until the end of the year.
In 2020 the team had reverted to their original logo and colors from 2016.