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Raikkonen wins 2018 U.S. Grand Prix, delaying Hamilton's fifth title

Lewis Hamilton has a 70-point lead over Sebastian Vettel

Hamilton has a 70-point lead over Sebastian Vettel.

Motorsports
Lewis Hamilton: Chasing Michael Schumacher's F1 record was never the plan

He reached his goal in 2015, matching 'the guy that I aspire to be like'

Mercedes F1 star Lewis Hamilton chases history at U.S. Grand Prix

Points away from fifth Formula One title, two behind Schumacher

Points away from fifth Formula One title, two behind Schumacher.

Motorsports
Alonso can do full WEC season after date changed to avoid F1 race

There was just one conflict, so Fuji race changed its date for him

There was just one conflict, so Fuji race changed its date for him

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Red Bull and David Coulthard off-road Austin's Circuit of the Americas, again

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.

Austin F1 track location revealed

Back in May, Formula One Group CEO Bernie Ecclestone announced that the racing organization had secured a deal with the city of Austin, Texas to bring the series to America for 10 years. All of that sounded great to American racing fans, but there have been lingering questions as to whether it was possible to get the city ready for F1 by 2012, which is when the contract is scheduled to

2007 U.S. Grand Prix gets the green flag

Formula 1 is returning to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2007. A one-year extension to the current deal with Formula One Management was signed Thursday by the Speedway's CEO, Tony George (shown at this year's GP at right).