Haas boss Guenther Steiner has insisted that the team will continue their working relationship with Ferrari which involves the sharing of resources and engine parts, following recent criticism from some sections of the sport with regards to a potential conflict of interest.
Recently, the subject of 'B Teams' has cropped up again in Formula 1, as teams attempt to develop their younger drivers by sending them to mid or lower table teams.
One of these partnerships is between Haas and Ferrari, with the Scuderia providing financial backing to the American outfit.
This could be seen as an on-track conflict of interest, but Steiner claims they have been investigated fully, and anyone is welcome to look into their relationship more.
"We've invited everyone to come and take a look," he told Speed Week.
"We've also passed every FIA test and are still open should anyone else want to check us out.
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