Top ten pictures from the 2015 United States Grand Prix

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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 United States Grand Prix weekend.


With the only American driver in the field, Manor added a touch of local colour to their car

Valtteri Bottas

Helmet design changes may be banned but Valtteri Bottas found a way to add a Texan touch


Second practice was rain off and conditions got even worse on Saturday, which meant qualifying had to be postponed

Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat

The drivers entertained the crowd as best they could: Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat made a particularly special effort

Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton barged Nico Rosberg aside at the start of the race

Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso fumed at former team mate Felipe Massa after being taken out at turn one

Felipe Nasr

Felipe Nasr’s front wing damage was a legacy of contact with his team mate

Mercedes versus Red Bull

Red Bull took advantage of the wet conditions to take the fight to Mercedes

Max Verstappen

Max Verstappen equalled his best result of the year so far with fourth following an excellent drive

Lewis Hamilton

A third win at the Circuit of the Americas meant Lewis Hamilton was also crowned F1 world champion for a third time

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4 comments on “Top ten pictures from the 2015 United States Grand Prix”

  1. The “entertaining the crowd” part was awesome. Most fun saturday in ages!

    1. I agree – an entertaining Saturday, minimal data gathering in FP, and a cracking Sunday race. Perfect format!

      Maybe we need to get teams to finalizing their setup prior to FP, and let FP be used only for those drivers not racing (to give juniors/pay drivers experience). Maybe an engine change can be allowed (so a junior doesn’t add mileage to a race engine), but no aero tweaking and other setup work.

  2. The 6. picture is very cool! :D

    1. I’m struggling to figure out why Massa didn’t come under investigation from the stewards for taking out Alonso and ending Grosjean’s race early too. Very unlike Massa to do what he did and also quite annoying he got off scotch free

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