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Sebastian Vettel on his way to finishing first during qualifying for the United States Formula One Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone expects sport to thrive in Austin

The Circuit of The Americas played host to a rousing race yesterday

Stars and strife: Formula One in America

Formula One returns to America this weekend after a five-year break – and it's more desperate than ever to woo a reluctant audience.

Kimi Raikkonen confident of more success at Lotus

Kimi Raikkonen is confident he will not be a one-win wonder at Lotus.

Strugglers HRT put up for sale

The owners of the HRT Formula One team hope to sell the Spain-based outfit to new investors in the coming weeks. HRT's current owners, the investment group Thesan Capital, revealed they are looking to relinquish control just 16 months after buying the majority stake in the team from Jose Ramon Carabante.

London's Olympic Stadium might not re-open until after the Rio Games

The Olympic Stadium in east London may not re-open until after the Rio Games in 2016, it has been revealed.

Eastern delight: McLaren’s Jenson Button drives the Yas Marina Circuit in final qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Teams turn to pay-as-you-go drivers

Recession leads minor players to seek new funding

Romain Grosjean: The Lotus driver has already caused two crashes this season

Romain Grosjean expects to retain Lotus position

Romain Grosjean sees no reason why he will not be partnering Kimi Raikkonen for a second season at Lotus next year.

Chilton will be racing at Abu Dhabi's racetrack

Fearless Max Chilton primed to become latest Briton on Formula One circuit

Max Chilton drives a Formula One car at an official Grand Prix meeting today as he moves into the frame to become the next Briton to race on the circuit full-time.

Nico Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg switch from Force India to Sauber confirmed

Sauber have unsurprisingly swooped to sign Nico Hulkenberg who has long been linked with a race seat since Sergio Perez announced his forthcoming switch to McLaren.

Martin Whitmarsh said that McClaren were in a 'development race' with Red Bull

Formula One budget cap 'unrealistic' says McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh

Bernie Ecclestone's latest budget cap idea for the Formula One teams has been described as “unrealistic” by McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh.

Well Red: Sebastian Vettel leads a Red Bull one-two in qualifying

Ecclestone: I might retire at 85

Formula One head is in irrepressible mood at Indian Grand Prix, as is Vettel, who takes pole

Bernie Ecclestone spends
time in the pits ahead of
the India Grand Prix this
weekend

India Grand Prix: Bernie Ecclestone is ready to brave the raging storm

The threats of succession and a custodial sentence loom large but the F1 architect is varnishing his legacy

New Jersey is looking to host the Grand Prix of America

Grand Prix of America postponed until 2014

Grand Prix of America promoter Leo Hindery Jnr is adamant he remains “100 per cent committed” to the project despite confirming a postponement of the race until 2014.

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