With a new driver arriving, one team making a complete change of line-up and two titles hanging in the balance there are stats galore this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes can clinch both the Formula One championships this weekend. Here’s how the titles could be won.
Don’t miss any of the 2017 United States Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action.
Pirelli’s ultra-soft tyres will be coloured pink instead of the usual purple this weekend to support breast cancer awareness.
Haas will bring the final upgrade for its VF-17 car at its home race at the Circuit of the Americas this weekend.
Brendon Hartley will drive for Toro Rosso in the United States Grand Prix. The 27-year-old is set to become New Zealand’s first F1 driver for more than three decades.
Fernando Alonso will reprise the helmet design he used at the Indianapolis 500 for next weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
McLaren and Williams have been the most aggressive with their selections for the United States Grand Prix, choosing nine sets of the ultra-softs for each of their drivers.
Carlos Sainz Jnr will take Jolyon Palmer’s place at Renault from the United States Grand Prix, the team has confirmed.
Lewis Hamilton says he is considering whether to participate in the ‘take a knee’ national anthem protests when Formula One visits the USA for next month’s race.
Formula Two points leader Charles Leclerc will have four runs for Sauber in F1 practice sessions this year, beginning with the next round in Malaysia.
Formula Two racer Sean Gelael will drive for Toro Rosso in the first practice sessions at four of this year’s remaining races.
Formula One’s official tyre supplier Pirelli has nominated its softest tyre compounds for the eighth time this year in its selection for the United States Grand Prix.