Once again, Texas Motor Speedway track president Eddie Gossage—in Fort Worth—is being weirdly territorial about the rest of Texas after Austin’s Circuit of the Americas expressed interest in a series that runs at TMS. Um, do you guys own a map? In any other, smaller state, Fort Worth and Austin would probably be in…
The NIO EP9 electric supercar wasn’t content with merely entering the never-ending vehicular stat war—it recently set a couple of lap records at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas, including one for the fastest production car ever to run there. In case that wasn’t enough, it set a driverless lap record for the track,…
Austin police are searching for a man they say stalked Taylor Swift after her Formula One weekend performance at Circuit of the Americas, reports the Austin American-Statesman. The man allegedly attempted to corner Swift by her private jet and violated a Kansas restraining order by sending emails to Swift’s father.
Actor Gerard Butler handled the post-race interviews for the Formula One United States Grand Prix, and of course, Red Bull driver and third-place finisher Daniel Ricciardo handed him a shoe to toast. Butler doesn’t drink alcohol, but Ricciardo was more than happy to fill it with Red Bull instead of champagne.
Lewis Hamilton wins off a pole position start, right ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg. Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo comes in third place, and shoe-drinking happens anyway. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel comes in fourth. Those are the things that happened at the U.S. Grand Prix.
Formula One teams transform their garages into exceedingly tidy apartments for each race, with storage space for items you’d never think to give its own little cubbyhole. We walked through Williams’ space, and here’s how they explained their garage/suite works on a race weekend.
World’s fastest selfie enthusiast and three-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton just crushed the old qualifying lap record at Circuit of the Americas to win pole position for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
If you’ve ever been to the Formula One United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas, one of the more unexpected things you’ll see is the helicopter buzzing way closer to things (like your grandstand) than you’d expect. During Free Practice 3 today, we were pretty sure he wanted to go on the track himself.
That’s not the track, dude. Manor Formula One driver Esteban Ocon had a bit of an off during practice for the United States Grand Prix.
Welcome back to Texas, Formula One. Admittedly, we’ve complained that this season is too predictable, but does it matter? Not really. It’s a party regardless, and this race in particular seems to invite chaos and decide championships. Here’s why you should care about F1's lone stop in the United States.
Three-time Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton recently came under fire for Snapchatting from a dull press conference. Instead of snapping his own pics today, he waited for a break to let Haas F1 driver Romain Grosjean take a far more obvious photo for him—right in front of some of his most vocal critics.
Formula One is back in Austin, and with hundreds of thousands of people flying into the land of breakfast tacos and tourists in cowboy hats, you may be wondering what to do when the festivities at Circuit of the Americas end and you’re left to your own devices to amuse yourself. We’ve got your back.
The No. 1 Porsche 919 claimed its third win in a row at the 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas today, taking the win ahead of both initially dominant Audi cars, who ran into mechanical issues and contact during today’s race.
The World Endurance Championship’s lone round in the United States was briefly pushed off of U.S. cable entirely, off of already-rarely-carried channel Fox Sports 2 to online only. In its place was UFC, which had been pushed off Fox Sports 1 for extra baseball innings in a cascade of multiple-channel suck.
During tonight’s 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas, the No. 66 Ford GT got into the rear of the No. 7 Audi, knocking its front end into the barriers. It happened in the turn 16-17-18 complex, a high-speed big bend of a section and the onboard view does not look fun.
Look, we’ve got it. Porsches are hot cars. Abu Dhabi? You’re probably used to the heat, too. You don’t have to spill fuel all over it and make the Porsche even hotter. It’s good. It’s really good.
There were two things No. 8 Audi R18 driver Oliver Jarvis wasn’t quite fond of in Mexico: the tequila, and the contact-prone nature of the Extreme Speed Motorsports LMP2 cars. We picked the brains of Jarvis and racing legend Allan McNish on who to watch during the 6 Hours of Circuit of the Americas, and here’s what…
This is how the No. 55 Mazda Prototype’s race went at Circuit of the Americas, as written by Craigslist.