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    World Cup Fever: A1GP to make a comeback?

    Until its demise, A1GP had an intriguing, original formula. (At least once it took its place as a feeder series and not a competitor to Formula One). The idea, for those unfamiliar, was to pit teams representing their home countries against each other in identical F1-style single-seaters on ...

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    Andretti Green Racing to run USA A1 Grand Prix team

    The U.S. team hasn't had much success in the A1 Grand Prix, which pits nation teams against each other rather than automakers. The Stars and Stripes team has finished 16th, 9th, and 12th in the first three seasons. The 2007-2008 season saw increased levels of accomplishment, with the team ...

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    60-year-old Fittipaldi to test Ferrari-powered A1 GP race car

    Former two-time Formula 1 champion and Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi has announced he will come out of retirement to test the new car being built by Ferrari for the A1 Grand Prix. The 60-year-old Fittipaldi, who is currently the head of A1 Team Brazil, never drove for Ferrari (he won his F1 ...

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    A1GP scores spot on SPEED Channel

    In what's being billed as the World Cup of Motor Sport, A1GP has signed a deal with the SPEED Channel to cover the remaining nine of its twelve races that make up the 2006-07 season. Beginning yesterday with coverage of the Sepang, Malaysia event run on November 28, coverage will continue through ...

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    A1GP to rival Formula 1?

    The A1 Grand Prix series, which enjoyed its debut season last year, has announced that it intends to upgrade its one-design racecars to a level closer to that of Formula 1. (The current A1GP Lola/Zytek is shown at right, in last week's group test at Silverstone.)The current Lola chassis will be ...


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