23 OCTOBER 2017

Race Analysis - Barely Alive: How Hamilton all but smothered Vettel's championship hopes

United States GP - Race Analysis
By Dan Knutson in Austin

Kvyat yet to discuss future with Marko

Daniil Kvyat says he still has not sat down to discuss his future in F1 with Dr Helmut Marko.

Wehrlein set to lose Mercedes backing

Pascal Wehrlein could be set to lose the backing of Mercedes.

22 OCTOBER 2017

Race Notes - Hamilton wins Austin

United States GP - Race Notes
By Mark Karp

Sunday Photos

United States GP - Sunday Photos

Sunday Press Conference

United States GP - Sunday Press Conference

Sunday Team Quotes

United States GP - Sunday Team Quotes

Race Results

United States GP - Race Results

Ricciardo eyes Mercedes move for 2019

Daniel Ricciardo could be headed to Mercedes for 2019.

Hamilton on Schumacher and Senna level says Massa

Felipe Massa thinks Lewis Hamilton will fully deserve his place among the true F1 greats if he wins a fourth world championship.

Alonso not surprised with Sainz pace

Fernando Alonso says he is "not surprised" his countryman and friend Carlos Sainz is straight on the pace at Renault.

Kvyat looks ahead to meeting with Marko

Daniil Kvyat has hinted he would prefer to leave formula one if his new role is to be race-by-race.

McLaren considers orange livery for 2018

McLaren is not ruling out a switch to a full orange livery for 2018.

Arrivabene axe reports premature?

Reports Ferrari is set to dump its team boss Maurizio Arrivabene may be premature.

21 OCTOBER 2017

Qualifying Report - The Sweeper

United States GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson in Austin

Saturday Press Conference

United States GP - Saturday Press Conference

Saturday Team Quotes

United States GP - Saturday Team Quotes

Saturday Photos

United States GP - Saturday Photos

Qualifying Results

United States GP - Qualifying Results

Practice 3 Report - A closer battle

United States GP - Practice 3 Report
By Dan Knutson in Austin

Practice 3 Results

United States GP - Practice 3 Results

F1 eyes Netflix deal for 2018

F1 could be set to team up with the popular internet streaming service Netflix.

Official meets Tilke over Rotterdam plans

Rotterdam has sped into pole position to secure a Dutch grand prix in the future.

Red Bull wants Ricciardo for 2019 and 2020

Red Bull has now set its sights on extending Daniel Ricciardo's contract.

Engine plans key to Verstappen deal says Marko

Max Verstappen has not denied that his new Red Bull contract includes higher pay.

No talks with other teams says Massa

Felipe Massa has admitted that if Williams ousts him, he will leave formula one completely.

Hartley in running for 2018 seat says Marko

Dr Helmut Marko has admitted for the first time that Brendon Hartley is in the running for a 2018 seat at Toro Rosso.

Binotto to replace Arrivabene as Ferrari boss?

Maurizio Arrivabene looks set to be the victim of Ferrari's terrible end to its 2017 championship challenge.

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Sideview Cartoon - Ferrari's Sepang Debrief

By Carlo Baffi

Ferrari's Sepang Debrief

Straight Talk - The pros and cons of having team orders

By Luis Vasconcelos

Team orders have been part of motor racing since the sport was born more than one century ago. In the aftermath of yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix there are two teams that are seriously considering imposing team orders from Monza until the end of the season, but for completely different reasons and with completely different purposes.

Sideview Cartoon - Kubica's return in Hungary

By Carlo Baffi

Kubica's return in Hungary

Straight Talk - The difference between a manager and a racer

By Luis Vasconcelos

The Hungarian Grand Prix was an intriguing race, with a lot happening on the pit walls and garages of the two top teams. While the way Ferrari managed the fact its leading driver was in trouble, the Mercedes team's actions created a lot of controversy and may come back to haunt Toto Wolff by the end of the season.

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