Oh Fernando… After a three-year relationship with Honda engines the Spaniard, much like throughout his career, has been left thinking what could have been following disaster after disaster since his McLaren reunion began in 2015. 376 more words
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In the round-up today: Alonso makes mult-year contract with Mclaren; Reliability better due to staff shake-up say Honda; Renault months ahead on reliability target for 2018; Hamilton says sealing title in Austin is silly talk; Hartley deserved Toro Rosso shot says Ricciardo; Di Resta completes busy Williams test; Button says he considered Toro Rosso drive in 2009, opens up about ‘diva’ Ralf Schumacher; Haas wants to see concrete plans from F1 owners about future of F1. 2,888 more words
Sebastian Vettel: “I still think we have a chance and we only have to stay focused on our job. We have a great car and a good package, which could have won the last two races; we didn’t, but this doesn’t mean we don’t have a chance to win the last races. 160 more words
Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso got a taste of what American motor sports and their fans are like earlier this year when he opted to skip F1’s Monaco Grand Prix to try his hand at the Indy 500 on the same weekend. 320 more words
The Driving Line: Episode 17 - United States GP Preview - Let's talk COTA, Watkins Glen, and Indianapolis '05
John and David delve into the impenetrable mystique and enigma of F1 in America. It should work, it hasn’t really worked, but it’s starting to look good for Austin Texas and the Circuit of the Americas. 27 more words
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Max Verstappen is only 20 years old, but he has already made quite a name for himself in Formula One. Here is why he will be driving for Mercedes in the 2019 season.
AUSTIN (KXAN) — When you’re pumping gas, you don’t expect superstar race car drivers to show up to help you.
On Wednesday afternoon, Formula 1’s Sebastian Vettel and NASCAR’s Joey Logano were both on hand at the Shell gas station at 6310 E. 35 more words