F1 gossip: Mercedes, Monza, Haas, McLaren, Vandoorne

Monday, 4 SeptemberTeam principal Gunther Steiner believes Haas have been treated inconsistently by stewards this season. (Motorsport.com)Belgian driver Stoffel Vandoorne was frustrated again after an issue with his Honda power unit at the Italian Grand Prix forced the McLaren driver into his fourth retirement of the season. (Crash)Mercedes chief Toto

Grosjean & Magnussen to stay at Haas next season

Gene Haas, owner of the F1 team named after him, says they will retain drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen for the 2018 season.Grosjean is 13th on 18 points with Magnussen one place back on 11 points.Haas - whose team are in their second season in F1 - says keeping

Stuttgart Open: Roger Federer loses to Tommy Haas, 39, on grass

Seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer was beaten 2-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-4 by 39-year-old Tommy Haas on grass at the Stuttgart Open.The Swiss, playing his first match in two months, won the first set but succumbed to the German in the second-set tie-break having had match point."It's always special to play

Purdue's Isaac Haas to return for senior season

Purdue could be losing its best player Caleb Swanigan to the NBA, but it appears another key component of the team will be returning.Boilermakers center Isaac Haas will return for his senior season after initially deciding to test the NBA draft waters, the school announced in an email Tuesday night.Haas

Miami Open: Iguana briefly stops play between Tommy Haas and Jiri Vesely

Tennis players are used to being interrupted on court by noises from the crowd, adverse weather or even their opponent's antics.The reason behind a brief stoppage at the Miami Open on Wednesday was a little more exotic.Germany's Tommy Haas was playing Jiri Vesely of the Czech Republic when their first-round