Founder and chairman, Haas F1 Team, the only American team competing in the FIA Formula One World Championship.
Debut season in 2016 saw the first American Formula One team in 30 years finish eighth in the constructors standings with a total of 29 points, the most of any new team in this millennium.
Maintained eighth-place standing upon conclusion of sophomore season in 2017, but bettered points haul from 2016 to finish with 47 points.
Finished fifth in 2018 constructors’ standings. Scored 93 points, nearly double the amount of points earned in 2017.
Co-owner of Stewart-Haas Racing, a championship-winning NASCAR team.
Won first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship in 2011 with driver Tony Stewart.
Won second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship in 2014 with driver Kevin Harvick.
Won first NASCAR Xfinity Series owners’ championship with No. 00 team in 2018.
Owner of Haas CNC Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series.
Builds Windshear in Concord, North Carolina, one of the most advanced automotive wind tunnels in the world.
Establishes the non-profit Gene Haas Foundation, which supports local, state and international communities through grants to charities, non-profit organizations and other philanthropic foundations.
Moves Haas Automation into its current location in Oxnard, California.
Develops the VF-1 for Haas Automation, the company’s first vertical machining center (VMC).
Founds Haas Automation, which will become the largest machine tool manufacturer in North America with annual sales eclipsing $1 billion.
Founds Proturn Engineering and develops the Haas 5C – a fully programmable 5C collet indexer – which was the machine tool industry’s first device to automatically re-position parts accurately with the press of a button.
Graduates from California State University, Northridge with a Bachelor of Science Degree in accounting and finance.