The most exciting thing about this year’s United States Grand Prix may have been what its huge turnout means for future races in America. But while the race may not have been a thriller, it was still a good time.
Perhaps Taylor Swift saved Formula One in America after all. Or great weather did. Either way, this weekend’s United States Grand Prix in Austin was a smash success, the most attended race of the five times it’s been held.
Hello, race fans! It’s time again for Austin’s own United States Grand Prix, an event that has so far seen 100 percent less catastrophic flooding and 100 percent more Taylor Swift than last year’s race. But now it’s time for the main event, and your Jalopnik staff is dutifully liveblogging the whole thing.
During a long break in track action at the United States Grand Prix on Friday, my colleague Stef Schrader decided it was a good idea to tell me, a crazy cat lady, that there may be about a dozen feral cats at Circuit of The Americas. Drop the laptops. Drop the blogs. We had to go find the cats.
Sunny, breezy, 75 degrees and filled with the sounds of race cars doing race car things—not a bad Saturday at all here in Austin, Texas. Here are some scenes from today out at Circuit of the Americas.
Two changes are coming to the Formula One United States Grand Prix. The FIA will change the F1 qualifying format in response to Marussia and Caterham's absence, and the series plans to test a yellow flag speed limit.
For the first time in history, Porsche Supercup's final race of the season is in the United States. Better yet, an American team will be racing in it. If you're a fan of GT3 Cup, consider this a Cup race on steroids. It's Porsche's flagship development series for new talent, and it's here. HOLY CRAP YES.
Want to get up close and personal with your favorite F1-related personalities, or perhaps hang out with other car nerds? We've got your back, plus Halloween in Austin is always a party. Here are the other events in Austin related to this week's United States Grand Prix.
If you're coming to Circuit of the Americas for the United States Grand Prix, welcome! We're here to answer the most burning question that no one's ever tackled in a local guide: where's the best place to go to the bathroom at the track?
Marussia joins Caterham as the second Formula One team to enter into administration due to financial difficulties. Because of this, the administrators over the team confirmed today that Marussia will be missing the United States Grand Prix.
Cars are en route to Austin for the United States Grand Prix, and per Bernie Ecclestone, two teams are missing from the shipment: Caterham and Marussia. Only nine teams and eighteen cars will make the USGP the smallest Formula One grid since 2005.
It's the week before the United States Grand Prix—do you know where your tickets are? Lucky you, then. Until I got my tickets late yesterday, I thought mine were wherever Kimi's paycheck is—completely missing in action. Other fans? Not so lucky.
In honor of Formula One's return to the United States, the race's drivers will make their parade lap on steely American chariots glistening in the cool Austin sun. Vettel will take the pole in a 1962 Chevy Corvette with his teammate Mark Webber in a 1971 Buick GS400.
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.
In order to prepare for the Austin F1 race this weekend, we recommended that you log onto Twitter and start following some teams and journalists in order to get all the behind the scenes info.
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The Formula One circus is returning to America for the first time in five years this weekend when they hit the track in Austin, Texas.
Formula One, the world's premiere motorsport, is returning to the United States this weekend after a five year absence. Watching F1 is different than watching any other form of motorsport. It's faster. It's technical-er. And to the outsider, it's boring-er.