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Red Bull Racing challenges Bath Rugby Club to a fight

In early 2016, Red Bull Racing pulled another of their clever F1 stunts by sending F1 racer Daniel Ricciardo and the bleeding edge RB8 F1 car to England to take on Bath Rugby Club in a scrum-off.

Rumormill: Porsche coming back to Formula 1

Porsche is engaged in roundtable discussions about re-entering Formula 1. The Stuttgart automaker has been in and out of Formula 1 for decades, and now with Volkswagen making noises about entering various racing series like NASCAR, it appears all that's left to be decided is which manufacturer will go where. The latest pie to be split has an LMP1 car on one side and an F1 car on the other, with Audi and Porsche holding the forks. Audi has already said it doesn't fit with Formula 1, leaving Porsc

Video: Austin GP lap rendered and run

A sample lap has been rendered of the track in Austin, Texas that's set to host the U.S. Grand Prix come 2012. Another Hermann Tilke-designed layout, the 3.4-mile circuit has 20 corners and plenty of elevation change; in fact, in some areas it looks more like a Disney ride than a venue for driving upwards of 200 mph. Since we're going to lose some European races to make room for the USGP, we hope it's good. Check it out for yourself after the jump. [Source: YouTube]

Williams, Sauber give emerging talents their shot at the big leagues

A growing array of F1 teams have been developing young driver programs over the past few years. BMW ranked high among them while competing in the top-tier racing series, but in its absence, the teams it partnered with have picked up the proverbial mantle.

Villeneuve and Durango looking to buy out an existing F1 team?

The FIA may have rejected their bid to field a new team, but don't count Jacques Villeneuve and Durango out for the count just yet. According to reports from the paddock, the joint venture composed of a former world champion and an Italian racing team is going old-school in its campaign to own and operate its own F1 team.

Formula 1 expands to 20-race calendar for 2011 as Rome signs on for 2012

Is bigger better, or is less more? Chew on that one while the FIA releases the calendar for the 2011 Formula One World Championship. Packed with 20 grands prix, it's the largest the series has ever seen. And it's only going to get bigger.

Video: Korean International Circuit lapped ahead of October F1 race

Karun Chandhok does laps of the Korean GP circuit – Click above to watch video after the jump

Ferrari to release Virtual Academy online driving simulator [w/video]

Ferrari Driving Academy Trailer - Click above to watch the video after the jump

Austin's F1 track gets laid out

2012 Austin F1 Track – Click above for image gallery

Stillborn USF1 team fined, banned from F1 forever?

The World Motor Sport Council is just catching up to USF1's premature disappearance from Formula 1. The WSMC has reportedly banned the American ex-team forever – which we're guessing means the troika of Ken Anderson, Peter Windsor and Chad Hurley – from competing in F1, and fined it $382,000 as well as legal costs.

Ford Fiesta demonstrates that smaller can still be safe

2011 Ford Fiesta offset barrier crash test – Click above for high-res image gallery

Video: Get your F1 fix during the break with 30 of the sport's greatest on-track battles

Thirty of the greatest Formula One battles since 1935 – Click above to watch the video after the jump

F1 sponsors organize under Formula 100 banner

Every party in Formula One is neatly compartmentalized into groups. The rule-makers have the FIA. The bean-counters have Formula One Management. The drivers have the Grand Prix Drivers' Association. And the constructors have the Formula One Teams Association. Each party serves as an organizing body for the members it represents, and in turn lobbies to the others for what its constituency wants.

2010 Hungarian Grand Prix will still be strong after the boys of summer have gone [SPOILERS]

2010 Hungarian Grand Prix – Click above for high-res image gallery

Ferrari trots out past and future at Nürburgring

Retired Ferrari F1 cars take to the Nurburgring – Click above for high-res image gallery

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