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The Mexican Formula One Grand Prix returns to the calendar after a 23-year absence. Even with a new track layout and a new track surface, it's a lot like old times.


How Much Data Do They Need? A Lot

The Mercedes-AMG F1 team has joined forces with Qualcomm to get big amounts of data from the rubber to the pits as quickly as possible.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 US Grand Prix, won by Lewis Hamilton ahead of Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton's win makes him 2015 World Champion.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Russian Grand Prix, which featured a couple of Safety Cars, a number of crashes, a few questionable decisions, and a familiar final result.


The 2015 Japanese Grand Prix had more passing in the pits than on track, but Nico Hülkenberg and Max Verstappen did put on two more displays of carving through the field. Meanwhile, the cameras did their best to avoid Mercedes-AMG Petronas.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Italian Formula One Grand Prix, which featured all kinds of drama at the start and the finish, not so much in the middle.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Belgian Grand Prix, a race with a new start procedure, a fantastic pass by a rookie, a late-race blowout, and a commanding performance in front.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix. The Hungaroring is the slowest permanent track in the Formula 1 season, but in 69 racing laps we saw perhaps as much action as in every other race of the season combined.


Autoblog recaps an unpredictable 2015 British Formula One Grand Prix, with surprises from the second the lights went out until shortly before the end, rain, then more rain, and the best bit of timing we've seen all year.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Austrian F1 Grand Prix, a race full of penalties and penances behind the leaders.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Canadian Formula One Grand Prix, a race that featured a lot of passing everywhere but at the very front. Spoilers ahead.


Mercedes-AMG Petronas makes another strategy backfire to rob one of its own drivers of victory, undoubtedly the most tragic and exciting event in the 78-lap Monaco Formula One Grand Prix.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Spanish Formula One Grand Prix, where the top four positions remained the same from the grid to the checkered flag, but the Championship might have changed.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix, a race that came down to Mercedes' overwhelming power versus Ferrari's combination of power and strategy.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Chinese Formula One Grand Prix. Unusual for China, it was a bright, sunny day with no chance of rain. But other than that bit of sunshine, it was not the competition we were hoping for.


Autoblog recaps the action from a hot, humid, pass-happy, surprising Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix.


Autoblog recaps the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, and we can't remember the last time 90 percent of the action in Formula One had nothing to do with cars setting timed laps.


The 2014 Formula One season opened with one overwhelming complaint – the cars didn't sound right. It sapped the excitement, despite the fact that this season has seen a number of truly thrilling races (Bahrain, Spain and Montreal all come to mind). Attempts have been made to restore some of the audible thrill of the cars, although efforts have remained unsuccessful.


Lewis Hamilton is a lot more than a former Formula One World Champion or a driver for Mercedes-AMG Petronas. As he explains it, being the sport's first black driver has allowed him to knock down barriers in a way that few in F1 can.


Mercedes-AMG Petronas' success in the 2014 Formula One season hasn't just been down to an alleged technological edge, but thanks to not just one dominant driver, but two. Lewis Hamilton's partner, Nico Rosberg (pictured above, right, with teammate Lewis Hamilton) has been arguably his biggest competition in this still-young F1 season, sitting a mere three points behind the Brit. Now, the German-born driver is being rewarded for his efforts.


If you're a serious fan of Formula One, you already know all about The Great Nosecone Conundrum of 2014. Those given to parsing each year's F1 regulations predicted the strong possibility of the so-called "anteater" noses as far back as early December 2013. Highly suggestive visual evidence first came after Caterham's crash test in early January, with further proof coming as soon as Williams showed a rendering of the FW36 challenger for this year's championship. That car earned a name that wasn'

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