On Saturday, about 5,000 runners made a go of the Circuit of the Americas racetrack southeast of Austin for the first ever Formula Run race. (Yes, people in Austin do that kind of thing.) I'm no runner myself, but considering the elevation changes at that track, this was probably a lot of fun as well as one hell of a…
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From dead in the water to fit as a fiddle in a single stroke of a pen, Circuit of The Americas management says the track and its United States Grand Prix are now a "go" for 2012.
Bernie Ecclestone, billionaire Formula 1 overlord and Muppet, has given the parties behind the troubled 2012 United States Grand Prix at Austin's Circuit of the Americas exactly one week to fix everything before the race is finally cancelled.
The Circuit of the Americas in Austin agreed to bump its inaugural Formula One grand prix to 2013 in light of recent financial troubles and F1 Muppet-master Bernie Ecclestone's promise/threat to hold the race back until he gets his money.
The US Grand Prix in Austin has less than three weeks to sort out financial troubles or else it will be absolutely cancelled. Speed's reporting that the race contract is gone, $25 million has dried up, and the track can't get a letter of credit. Prospects look grim.
If you've been thinking that the idea of Formula 1 coming back to America a year from now at a world-class circuit near Austin, Texas, was too good to be true, F1 maestro Bernie Ecclestone says your concern may be justified. Update!
The unfrozen caveman lawyer representing the organizers behind the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin faces down the Travis County Commissioners Court. Watch as they mock his transparent bullshit and lack of plans.
The organizers behind the U.S. Grand Prix revealed the first diagram today of a new 3.4-mile track in Central Texas that sports 30 turns, 133 feet of elevation change, a 0.75-mile long straight, and looks, appropriately, like a giant bong.
The mysterious circumstances bringing the U.S. Grand Prix to Austin, Texas and the location of the track were both revealed today. Big-bucks former Vikings/Saints owner Red McCombs will provide the funding, and the track will be out in the sticks.