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.
U.S. Grand Prix Race Will Run In 2016Race organizers announced Wednesday that the U.S. Grand Prix will run in 2016 after months of speculation that its financial struggles could scuttle Formula One's only race in the United States.
U.S. Grand Prix's Future Questioned As Texas Cuts FundsGov. Greg Abbott's office said Wednesday that it is cutting nearly $6 million in funding for the U.S. Grand Prix, raising questions about the race's future just four years after F1 put a footprint on American soil.
Hamilton Wins U.S. Grand Prix In AustinRace by race and point by point, Lewis Hamilton is tightening his grip on the Formula One world championship and squeezing out Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg.
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.
U.S. Grand Prix Included In 2012 F1 CalendarThe U.S. Grand Prix has been included on the 2012 Formula One calendar, despite fears that the race in Austin would be cut for financial reasons.
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.