Americans have had a tenuous relationship with Formula One racing. There hasn't been an American driver on the grid since Scott Speed in 2007 and a grand prix winner (let alone a world champion) since Mario Andretti retired in 1982. The United States Grand Prix has been an on-and-off affair over the years with more homes than a foster kid, and there hasn't been an American team on the grid since the 1970s. But that's all starting to change.
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