Haas F1 Team partners with SafetyCulture for the Las Vegas Grand Prix

Formula 1 2023: Brazilian GP

MoneyGram Haas F1 Team have partnered with global technology company SafetyCulture as the Official Race Partner in the Las Vegas Grand Prix.


The team is excited and proud to partner with SafetyCulture, supporting our logistical feats behind one of the most anticipated races on the 2023 event schedule.

Just like SafetyCulture strives to improve in the workplace continuously, the MoneyGram Haas F1 Team is committed to ‘the Haas way’ – taking on challenges head-on and constantly finding ways of doing things better.

Haas F1 Team’s drive to continually 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.

Strap yourselves in this Saturday, 18 November, as the MoneyGram Haas F1 Team kicks things into gear in Las Vegas. It’s bound to get your motor running.

About SafetyCulture

SafetyCulture was born to solve a simple question: how do we keep people in the workplace safe?

The founder, Luke Anear, previously worked as a private investigator. But after witnessing the tragedy of workplace incidents, Luke realized that instead of simply being an observer, he needed to be part of the solution to help frontline workers.

So, out of a garage in regional Australia, SafetyCulture was born. He built a team to help him develop a mobile-first solution. It was the first iteration of a digital platform that revolutionized workplace operations globally.

As millions of inspections flowed into our original app, iAuditor, one thing emerged: safety, quality, and efficiency go hand in hand. Small, rapid actions repeated consistently throughout a network of teams can transform operations for an organization.

Today, a digital checklist app for frontline workers has evolved into an all-in-one workplace operations platform for frontline workers, leaders, and teams.

The SafetyCulture platform now includes sensors, issue reports, data capture, analytics, assets management, and training. We’re headquartered in Sydney, with offices in Townsville, Kansas City, Manchester, Amsterdam, and Manila.

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