Hamilton Plans To Have More Fun At U.S. Grand PrixLewis Hamilton said that he won't stop having fun. The defending Formula One champion said that he will probably have his phone on hand Thursday to take more pictures during a news conference at the U.S. Grand Prix in Texas.
Busch Says Haas Is Serious About F1NASCAR driver Kurt Busch said team owner Gene Haas is serious about making a strong entry into Formula One, a move that could expand the series' footprint in the U.S.
Gossage Upset With Formula One ScheduleTexas Motor Speedway executive Eddie Gossage is frustrated over Formula One's decision to hold the Grand Prix at Austin on the same weekend that his track hosts NASCAR.
NASCAR Moves To Knockout Qualifying FormatNASCAR is overhauling its qualifying process and will go to a knockout format similar to Formula One and IndyCar.
Formula-1 Team Trains At North Texas FacilityFor the first time in five years, Formula-1 Racing returns to the U.S. this weekend and the drivers will be climbing behind the wheel at a new track in Texas. And a Lone Star Olympic legend is helping train members of one international team.
EPA Doing Flyover Of Austin Before F1 RaceFederal officials will do air quality flyovers of the Central Texas racetrack where the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix will be held Sunday.
Tickets For F1 Race In Texas On Sale June 10The track is under construction outside of Austin. The cheapest tickets allow access to grassy areas located around the track, with higher prices for the grandstands.
Texas F1 Officials Say Building Schedule On TrackWorkers have excavated about 85 percent of the Circuit of the Americas track near Austin and they expect to start putting down the first layers of asphalt in April.
US Grand Prix Facing F1 Deadline For ContractOrganizers of the proposed U.S. Grand Prix in Texas face a Wednesday deadline to guarantee its long-term financial backing or lose the race for 2012.
F1 Boss: US Grand Prix Threatened By Contract RowFormula One boss Bernie Ecclestone says the U.S. Grand Prix could be removed from the 2012 calendar because construction of the Texas race track was halted.
UTA Engineering Student Busy Spinning Her Wheels What could be more exciting than racing a scale version of a Formula One racer? What about starting by designing it from scratch.
Formula One Track Takes A Big Step