Hamilton beats Vettel in tactical Austin duel
Lewis Hamilton was made to work for his victory at the U.S. Grand Prix in an absorbing contest that saw him forced to catch and pass Sebastian Vettel in the early stages of the race.
Ferrari boss rules out scapegoat for F1 title woes
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne says it would be "idiotic" to pin the blame on either team principal Maurizio Arrivabene or technical chief Mattia Binotto in light of the Scuderia's recent failures.
Hamilton surprised Vettel didn't race harder
Lewis Hamilton was surprised Sebastian Vettel did not put up a more robust defence when he passed the Ferrari driver for the lead of the U.S. Grand Prix.
Alonso thinks he was 'sublime' before engine failure
Fernando Alonso is rarely one to downplay his own performances and this weekend has been no different.
Driver reaction from Austin
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the Austin paddock following the 2017 U.S. Grand Prix
Can Bottas challenge for the 2018 drivers' championship?
ESPN's Jonathan Legard tells us why it is crucial for Valtteri Bottas' future at Mercedes that he challenges Lewis Hamilton for the 2018 drivers' championship.
Was Verstappen wrongfully penalised in Austin?
Jonathan Legard discusses whether Max Verstappen was correctly penalised and stripped of a podium finish for overtaking Kimi Raikkonen in Austin.
El piloto mexicano Sergio Pérez reconoce que tuvo un fin de semana complicado en el Gran Premio de Estados Unidos de Fórmula 1, que al final terminó octavo, tras arrancar en décimo sitio en la parrilla de salida.
Lauda: Max decision the worst I've ever seen
Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda has labelled the decision to penalise Max Verstappen at the U.S. Grand Prix as the worst ruling he has ever seen.
Can Mercedes be stopped in 2018?
ESPN's Jonathan Legard discusses how he believes Mercedes have managed to dominate the constructors championship in the past five seasons in F1.
Social story of the US Grand Prix.
Check out all of the reaction on social media from the US Grand Prix in Austin.
Max says 'idiot' stewards risk killing F1
Max Verstappen says there is always "one idiot steward" who makes decisions against him after F1 races.
Did mistakes cost Ferrari in Austin?
ESPN's Jonathan Legard shares his thoughts on what went wrong for Ferrari in Austin to allow Lewis Hamilton to edge closer to a fourth drivers' championship.
Toto Wolff's post race media session was interrupted twice this evening -- once by Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene and again by F1 boss (and former Mercedes team principal) Ross Brawn. Wolff stood up to greet both men and receive congratulations, with Arrivabene embracing his rival to applause from the media.
Hamilton edges closer to a fourth World title.
ESPN's Jonathan Legard reviews how Lewis Hamilton took a step closer to winning the drivers' championship by winning the 2017 US Grand Prix in Austin.
Story of the race: Let's get ready to grumble
ESPN rounds up the major talking points from a thrilling U.S. Grand Prix.
Red Bull furious at 'unbelievably harsh' Max Verstappen penalty
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has slammed the FIA's decision to strip Max Verstappen of a U.S. Grand Prix, calling it "unbelievably harsh" and "bad judgement".
Larson's early Kansas exit derails playoff hopes
Kyle Larson was eliminated from the NASCAR playoffs after an engine failure ended his race Sunday after just 73 laps at Kansas Speedway.
Arrancó el Gran Premio de Estados Unidos de Fórmula 1 en el Circuito de las Américas en Austin.
The best pre-grid atmosphere of the year! Everyone says Americans know how to put on a show and the boxing-style entrances voiced by Michael Buffer did not disappoint.
The view from pole position. If Lewis Hamilton can hold onto first place for the upcoming 56 laps, he'll take another big step towards becoming a four-time world champion. If he can do it with Sebastian Vettel sixth or lower, he will be crowned world champion this afternoon.
The two fastest men in the world? Probably. Usain Bolt gets a taxi ride he'll never forget with Mercedes F1 driver Lewis Hamilton at the Circuit of the Americas. And Hamilton did not hold back!
Stoffel Vandoorne has been shuffled to the back of the grid after Honda detected an MGU-H issue on his power unit on race day morning and opted to change it. Combined with the five-place penalty he already had for a new engine earlier in the weekend, Vandoorne has a 30-place drop -- moving him from 14th on the grid to last. For those keeping track of Honda updates, the power unit fitted to Vandoorne's car is version 3.8.
U.S. Grand Prix strategy guide
With overtaking possible at COTA, will F1 teams take a punt on a two-stop strategy to try to cut through the field during the race?
Mercedes claims fourth F1 constructors' title
Mercedes has won its fourth consecutive Formula One constructors' championship with three races to spare in 2017 following Lewis Hamilton's victory at the U.S. Grand Prix
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.