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The 2016 U.S. Grand Prix F1 Race Will Happen After All (Update: Confirmed)

Austin’s Circuit of the Americas will announce tomorrow that the 2016 Formula One United States Grand Prix will go on as planned, reports the Associated Press. This report follows months of speculation as to whether financial issues with the race could force it off the F1 calendar for 2016. UPDATE: It’s officially…

Author Of Letter On Texas F1 Race Funding Said It Wasn't Meant To Be A Binding Contract

A 2010 letter from former Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Susan Combs is making the rounds again, giving hope that the state would contribute the full amount they promised towards hosting Formula One. However, a local news report from two years after that shows Combs herself backing away from the promises made in…

Does This 2010 Letter Mean Texas Has To Pay To Host Formula One After All?

As the United States Grand Prix looks increasingly in doubt for 2016 in the wake of a wavering commitment from the State of Texas, race-watchers have pointed to one recently-resurfaced letter from 2010 as proof that the state can’t shake its commitment. But will it have any sway with Texas’ new state officials?

Soggy Austin Formula One Race Was 'Financially Devastating' For Organizers: Reports

Between getting hit with torrential downpours and Formula One’s decision to host the Mexican Grand Prix only a week later, Circuit of the Americas chairman Bobby Epstein told the Austin-American Statesman that the United States Grand Prix was “a financially devastating weekend for the company.” Ouch.

Lewis Hamilton Is Your Three-Time 2015 Formula One World Drivers' Champion

If there’s any race weekend where Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton had really had to earn a win, it was this year’s United States Grand Prix. Everything came down to an insane last-lap battle between his teammate Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel, who clawed his way up to a podium finish.

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