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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

South Korea Grand Prix stuck in the red

Once more the promoters are in the "hole" and trying to find solution to avoid retiring the GP from the calendar. Read more »

Monday, November 19, 2012

Ferrari tactics leave rivals unruffled in title battle

Felipe Massa was penalized five spots because of opening the gearbox seal, which promoted Alonso one spot for the start. Read more »

Monday, November 19, 2012

Williams conformed with result

Both drivers, Maldonado and Senna, took points for the team after finishing 9th and 10th respectively. Read more »

Monday, November 19, 2012

USA GP: Post-Race Press Conference

Podium members of the 2012 USA Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton (1st) Sebastian Vettel (2nd) and Fernando Alonso (3rd) discuss with the press today's race. Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Force India with two flavors out of Austin

Nico Hulkenberg had to fight hard to hold off both Williams to secure a valuable eight place. His teammate had a different less positive outcome. Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Hamilton beats Vettel to win the United States GP

The briton held off the double champion after fighting for very long to overtake him. Alonso completed the podium and keep his title hoes alive. Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Force India looking to close the gap with Sauber

With two races to go, a couple of good results might shorten or eliminate the 29-point margin the Swiss team has over the guys with orange, green and white in their cars. Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Hamilton close, but not enough

The Briton was once again within striking distance from Red Bull and its marvel the RB8 driven by no other than speedy Vettel. Teammate Button did not make it to Q3. Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Lotus good job put drivers within best five

After dismal performances during the practice sessions, the team managed to located both drivers -Grosjean and Raikkonen- within the first five spots in Q3. Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Alonso convinced he can cut Vettel's lead

The Spaniard will start from eight while main rival Vettel from 'pole'. Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Vettel on top again in Texas

The Circuit of the Americas is quickly becoming a favorite of the German, who keeps dominating. Lewis Hamilton and Pastor Maldonado registered second and third best times respectively. Read more »

Friday, November 16, 2012

Few thoughts before the US Grand Prix

We know there would a new three-time champion, but there are other interesting things to be resolved. Let's have a look. Read more »

Friday, November 16, 2012

Sauber finding the best set-up in Austin

Kamui Kobayashi clocked times within the first 10, but Sergio Pérez struggled some more. Getting the tires to right temperature has been difficult. Read more »

Monday, November 19, 2012

Red Bull 'worried' by alternator failures

Webber's alternator failure was the team's third this season, with one race left and the driver's championship for the grabs the team does not want any surprises. Read more »

Monday, November 19, 2012

US GP Report: A western standoff

The sport's overdue return to the US could hardly have gone better. Lewis emerging victorious after a standoff with Vettel and Alonso claiming third place, to remain alive heading into the final round.Read more »

Monday, November 19, 2012

For Lotus more could have been achieved

It was an overall tough weekend for the black and gold team. A good result, but the team believes the E20 had more to show. Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Alonso says third is like a victory

The Ferrari man kept his title chances alive, and now the gap has been set in 13 points with one race left on the calendar. Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Hamilton, Vettel differ on overtaking move

Both driver showed almost identical race pace, but the Briton seemed to have the upper hand at the end as Vettel could not get close enough to make use of DRS. Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Alonso up to seventh after Massa penalty

As a result the Brazilian, who had out-qualifed his Spanish team-mate, was handed a five place penalty that drops him from sixth to 11th.Read more »

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Rounding up qualifying in Austin

It was slippery for everyone. Or rather, for everyone apart from Sebastian Vettel? With Alonso languishing all of a sudden it looks a grim battle for him. But, then again, after turn one things could look very different.Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Contrasting 'pole' results for Mercedes

The all-German squad put one of its cars, Schumacher's, close enough to fight of for a podium, while the other, Rosberg's, far enough to make it difficult for the points. Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Vettel focussed on title bid, not Alonso

The German is looking to make history by becoming the youngest three-time champion and only the third doing in it in a consecutive fashion. Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Vettel beats Hamilton for 'pole' for the USA GP

The German has had no equal so far this weekend in Austin. He collected his 6th 'pole' of the season, matching him with Hamilton who will start from second above Webber. | updated |Read more »

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Alonso not surprised with Red Bull's speed

The Spanish driver managed to finished both sessions with the third best time. Read more »

Friday, November 16, 2012

Hamilton stunned by Vettel speed

The Brit was fourth in the afternoon session closely followed by his teammate Jenson Button who finished just 0.038s behind. Read more »

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