This is Taki Inoue, among the worst F1 drivers of all time, getting hit by the track ambulance while he tries to put out the smoldering wreck of his car and his career. It's like watching a dozing puppy tumble off a couch.
I'm probably not spoiling anything for you at this point by telling you that after last week's Brazilian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel won this year's Formula One Championship. (And if you haven't seen it yet, what's wrong with you?)
Twenty races, eight different winners, six world champions on the grid, lots of new blood on podiums: 2012 will be a Formula One season to remember. Here’s how it all unfolded, turning from a topsy-turvy first half into a grand showdown between double world champions Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso, the former …
Pilar Lastra is a Playboy Playmate. She was a model on Deal or No Deal. She's a successful radio host. She's also the author of a book called Treat Me Like Your Car, which is a man's guide to treating a lady as well as his car.
On a bitterly cold December morning in 2004, a slightly spottier version of me sporting a ridiculous haircut was readying to pilot a 980+ horsepower McLaren Formula One car at the legendary Silverstone racetrack. It would be my first time driving such a machine and I remember the emotions exceptionally well.
Yesterday, Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing won his third straight Formula One Driver's Championship. Red Bull also just won its third straight Formula One Constructor's Championship a week earlier.
Our current favorite driver, 2007 world champion and inveterate no-shit-giver Kimi Räikkönen, got lost at the Brazilian Grand Prix over the weekend, taking an escape road that was gated shut. That's the drive of a champion right there.
The Formula One World Championship just came to a finish after an absolutely astounding Brazilian Grand Prix.
Formula One: it's not just the most prestigious series of motorsports, it's the classiest. Wait, what's this drunk lady doing interrupting this local Austin news broadcast on the race weekend?
The first F1 race in the US since 2007 was absolutely outstanding and we have the car porn to prove it.
At every F1 race, car enthusiasts come out of the woodwork to show off their coolest rides. You end up with all kinds of parking lot car shows and highway parades all weekend long. Nothing was different at this weekend's inaugural U.S. Grand Prix at Austin.
What might be the worst high five in history was recorded on international television at this weekend's Formula One race in Austin. It is worthy of your shame.
Americans won't watch Formula One. Why the hell are you having a race in Texas? Who would schedule an F1 race opposite football? Who would schedule an F1 race on the same weekend as the big NASCAR race? There are no Americans. Texans have no one to root for. Who would possibly show up?
During Saturday's qualifying rounds, I could hear the crowd chanting as I walked through the grandstands even with the earplugs in my ears to dampen the sound of the screaming Formula One engines.
After years of waiting and expecting it to never happen, it's here: Today is race day at the Circuit of the Americas for the first United States Grand Prix since 2007.
The commentator's box for NBC's coverage of Formula One next year will be led by Leigh Diffey, David Hobbs and Steve Matchett. This is a good thing.
Formula One is the top series in motorsports, with the greatest drivers in the world. Who then, is the greatest of the great? Jalopnik readers think they know.
Formula One racing is really two races happening at once, one fast and one slow. The fast race is the one you'll watch on TV or in person, and the slow one is the race between technological development and the rules.
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