The Haas Formula One team have revised the livery of the two Hass VF17 Ferrari cars ahead of next weekends Monaco Grand Prix. In a departure from the traditional livery scheme seen throughout its debut last season and in the early races of 2017, Haas have added yet more grey to the car in replacement of the previous red highlights seen during rounds one to four this year. The new shades of grey will be present on the car from Monaco onwards, with no further changes expected before the conclusion of this seasons Grand Prix year. "It is for the whole year now,” confirmed team principal Guenther Steiner of the revised design. “With the change in the size of the numbers and its positioning, we looked into making the entire car a little more visible.” “It’s a styling upgrade for a locale where upgraded style is a way of life,” added Haas in a statement. Hass continue to impress Formula One insiders with the speed in which the American outfit have adapted to life in the Grand Prix fast lane. Scoring 29 points in their debut season with talented Frenchman Romain Grosjean and Ferrari tester and former Sauber driver Esteban Gutiérrez behind the wheel, 2017 has seen a similar level of form by the team in a second year that is often regarded as more difficult than the initial introduction to the sport. So far in 2017 Grosjean and new teammate Kevin Magnussen have wrapped up three top ten finishes and nine championship points between them, with much more potential within the car than the current finishing record suggests. The new scheme, with its new lack of red flashings, marks a visual change of direction for the team looking to make itself more visible on the Grand Prix grid. Ok perhaps something more catching than grey would help with that, but paint colours aside, Haas continue to impress and help put American engineering on the map in modern day Formula One... Check out the Formula One sub forum here at RaceDepartment for more news and discussions around the world of Grand Prix racing. Liking the new colours? Would Haas be better served with a more striking colour scheme? Let us know in the comments section below!