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    Official: Construction on Austin's Circuit of the Americas has stopped
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    If you were among those who thought that Formula One and Texas would go together like pickles and ice cream, well, you may be right. And you may not be terribly disappointed, either, by the latest news surrounding the United States Grand Prix. The first F1 race to come to the United States in ...

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    Report: Ecclestone casts doubts on Austin F1 race in 2012
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    After a five-year absence, the United States is set to gain two Formula One races within the next two years: one in Austin, Texas, and another in New Jersey. But recent comments vocalized by F1's ever-outspoken commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone have cast doubt on the former. Speaking at this ...

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    Video: Red Bull and David Coulthard off-road Austin's Circuit of the Americas, again
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    If you don't think David Coulthard has the coolest job on the planet, that's just because you haven't seen this video yet. As you may recall, the Formula One driver and Red Bull recently headed down to Austin to display their excitement over the sport's return to American soil. Coulthard and his ...

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    Official: Ready or not, David Coulthard and Red Bull Racing arrive in Austin [w/video]
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    The Circuit of the Americas isn't quite finished yet, and Austin isn't quite ready for the Formula One circus to roll into town. But apparently someone forgot to tell David Coulthard and the Red Bull Racing team. Last week we reported on Red Bull's plans to run a demonstration event in downtown ...

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    Video: Circuit of the Americas in Austin coming together before your very eyes
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    Whether you're driving an F1 car or riding a superbike, getting around any racing circuit this side of the Nürburgring Nordschleife is a rather rapid affair. Which is more than we could say for building one – that bit takes some time. Together with the cash it takes to finance such a ...

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    United States Grand Prix set to move to November 18, 2012
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    Sitting outside for several hours under the beating sun in central Texas in June wouldn't exactly be what most would call their cup of tea... though you might feel like you were being steeped inside of one. That's why Formula One Management is set on moving next year's inaugural United States Grand ...

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    Official: V8 Supercar Series coming to Austin in 2013
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    It's official – Australia's V8 Supercars series is set to bash fenders in Austin, Texas in 2013. The news comes hard on the heels of the Austin city council approving the United States Grand Prix Formula One race at the Circuit of the Americas. The FIA-sanctioned touring car series has ...

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    Report: United States Grand Prix gets key approval from Austin city council
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    Unlikely though it may have seemed just a couple of years ago, Austin, Texas, has become the site of a battle between Formula One racing and economic development on the one hand, and government spending restrictions and fiscal responsibility on the other. The showdown is over the United States ...

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    Report: Texans irked about lawmakers spending $25M to woo F1 while teachers are dismissed
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    Texas motorsports enthusiasts are no doubt excited about the Circuit of the Americas. Formula One racing, along with MotoGP, will have a new home in Austin, and the United States Grand Prix is sure to attract fans and fan money. Some, however, are not thrilled at the spending decisions being made ...

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    Video: Austin's Circuit of the Americas woos with promo clip
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    Austin's Circuit of the Americas race track has motorsports fans (and local business owners) dreaming big. The folks behind the circuit have put together a promotional video highlighting the many potential positives that CotA will bring to Austin, including new construction jobs and lots of race ...

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    Austin U.S. F1 track to officially be called Circuit of the Americas, also play host to MotoGP
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    We've all known that Formula One racing is coming to Austin, Texas. Now we know what to call the track that will play host to the 2012 U.S. Grand Prix. Called the Circuit of the Americas, this 3.4-mile racetrack features 20 turns, 133 feet of elevation change and a 10-year F1 contract. Circuit ...

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