Sebastian Vettel remained quickest in final practice for the United States Grand Prix, improving his time from yesterday by over half a second.
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Drivers found more grip at the Circuit of the Americas on their second visit to the circuit but as in 2012 should only need to make one pit stop for tyres.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the United States Grand Prix.
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Sebastian Vettel led a Red Bull one-two in the second practice session at the Circuit of the Americas.
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Fernando Alonso headed first practice at the Circuit of the Americas but the session was delayed twice due to poor visibility and problems with the medical helicopter.
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Pictures from the build-up to the United States Grand Prix.
F1 will be greeted by above-average temperatures in Austin this weekend with an outside chance of rain on Saturday and Sunday.
Sebastian Vettel could score a record-breaking eighth consecutive F1 victory in this weekend’s United States Grand Prix at the impressive Circuit of the Americas.
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Formula 1 will return to the United States of America in 2012.
Monticello Motor Club is making a bid to hold the United States Grand Prix. According to Autoweek the club’s 6.59km (4.1 mile) track has already been inspected by F1 circuit designer Hermann Tilke.
New president of the FIA Senate Nick Craw has addressed rumours about whether America’s new F1 team USF1 will make the grid in 2010. In a video interview with Speed TV Craw told the channel he had inspected the team’s facilities twice and they had recently paid their $440,000 (?ι?ϊ265,000) entry fee. He was also … Continue reading Nick Craw on USF1 and US Grand Prix (Video)
Having taken on Max Mosley over F1 cost cutting – and come out with some positive changes for the sport – the Formula One Teams’ Association is now aiming to get a bigger share of F1’s revenue. FOTA president Luca di Montezemolo told Gazzetta dello Sport: I’ve known Ecclestone since 1973, and I think he’s … Continue reading FOTA wants more money for F1 teams – it should get some for circuits too
The first details of the 2009 F1 calendar were published today with the F1 schedule set to return to 19 races ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ a high it has only reached once before, in 2005. As was expected the French Grand Prix is remaining at Magny-Cours. The Australian Grand Prix also appears as a provisional fixture. However there … Continue reading Provisional 2009 F1 calendar has good news for France, bad for America
A provisional 2009 F1 calendar is expected to be announced tomorrow by Bernie Ecclestone according to Nigel Roebuck. Among the changes for 2009 will be the first Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, announced last year. And on Sunday rumours came to light that Magny-Cours, host of the French Grand Prix, will get a second stay of … Continue reading 2009 F1 calendar expected tomorrow with French round at Magny-Cours
The United States Grand Prix has visited a range of venues from the great (Watkins Glen, Long Beach) to the less good (Las Vegas, Pheonix).
Today, one week after the Canadian Grand Prix, should be the United States Grand Prix. But the race fell off the calendar this year after Bernie Ecclestone and Indianapolis circuit owner Tony George failed to agree terms. American fans make up the second-largest group of F1 Fanatic readers by nation (16% in May) and many … Continue reading USA Day: Not the US Grand Prix