Whilst there's nothing desperately innovative about the car, there are things that are worth our attention and so I thought I'd cover a few here, even if I'm a little late to the ball and pressed for time.
One of the first things we must remember is that Haas really struggled with last years car and moreover its hot and cold relationship with the tyres. This issue was only magnified when we consider that they ran two cars pretty much all season, with Grosjean reverting to the Day One spec, whilst K-Mag trudged on with their update package.
Unable to find the cars sweetspot, they'd often yo-yo between decent qually pace to atrocious race pace, or vice versa, either car seemingly better for no apparent reason other than they hit the jackpot at that moment.
On top of this, the pseudo-Ferrari moniker they've earned is present once more, as the VF20 bears all the hallmarks of the Scuderia's previous design. However, as I've said before, if I were Haas, trying to run a budget similar to their's and taking all the listed parts they do, I'd do similar...
The reason why I say that is, as a team, they know what lane their in, they know that challenging the works Ferrari team, Mercedes or Red Bull for wins is not on the cards. In fact, in their infancy, which they still are in F1 terms, they're simply a disruptor: a fly in the ointment. That fly, up until last season, had spoilt plenty of soup too, unsettling the status quo and dethroning those that ought to be vying for the 'best of the rest' crown.
Onto the car itself...
2020 will undoubtedly be a year where we see Haas strike back, hopefully putting their tyre woes from last season behind them and pushing the likes of McLaren, Racing Point and maybe Renault for fourth place once more.