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2dLaurence Edmondson

Bottas considering long-term options in 2017 decision

Valtteri Bottas says he is still not sure where he will be driving next year but has underlined the importance of making the best decision for his long-term future in Formula One.

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Has Gutierrez become a 'punching bag'? (2:28)
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Is Malaysia Ricciardo's last chance? (1:44)
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Verstappen setting the standard for young drivers? (2:44)
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What does Chase Carey need to change in Formula One? (1:07)
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6dJohn Oreovicz

New Indy aero plan has plenty of fans

INDYCAR's announcement that development on aerodynamic components will be frozen at the end of 2016 for the 2017 season has many applauding. But changes could be coming again in 2018.

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7dNate Saunders

How F1 can learn from U.S. sports

With new American owners in F1, ESPN looks not at what F1 can do for the U.S. but what the U.S. can do for F1.

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7dLaurence Edmondson

Red Bull needs 'something different' to win

Christian Horner says Red Bull needs "something different" to happen at one of the remaining six races in order win again this season.

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First impressions of new chairman Carey (2:43)
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10dNate Saunders

Carey: Liberty not in F1 to 'take the money'

New Formula One chairman Chase Carey says Liberty Media has the best interests of the sport in mind, and have not taken over to simply "take the money".

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9dNate Saunders

New chairman wants F1 in world's 'great cities'

New F1 chairman Chase Carey says the sport should be in places like "Los Angeles, New York or Miami", as he seeks to take the sport to the "great cities in the world".

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Pagenaud wins Sonoma for first IndyCar title

Simon Pagenaud gave Roger Penske an IndyCar championship to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the most storied organizations in motorsports.

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RADIO GAGA: Singapore Grand Prix (0:52)
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Who can take the fight to Mercedes? (1:49)
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Did Ferrari call cost Raikkonen? (1:42)
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Vettel drive was impressing in Singapore (1:57)
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Is Nico Rosberg a worthy champion? (2:36)
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Are Red Bull, Ricciardo closing in on a win? (2:30)
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What happened to Hamilton in Singapore? (1:51)
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What's holding up Perez's contract? (1:24)
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Is it game over for Jolyon Palmer? (2:26)
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12dNate Saunders

Rosberg knew Ricciardo wouldn't get past on final lap

Nico Rosberg says he knew Daniel Ricciardo would not be able to pass when he started the final lap of the Singapore Grand Prix after a "cool ending" saw him withstand heavy pressure to win.

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11dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg takes championship lead after Singapore

Nico Rosberg took the lead of the championship with a superb victory at the Singapore Grand Prix, holding off intense late pressure from the charging Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo for his third wi

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Alexis DeJoria back at it

A July crash left Alexis DeJoria with a broken pelvic bone and five weeks off to heal. She returned for the U.S. Nationals and claimed the final spot for the Countdown to the Championship.

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Police: R. Gordon's dad strangled wife, shot self

Robert Gordon strangled his wife, Sharon Gordon, before shooting himself, police said in announcing the cause of death of former NASCAR and IndyCar driver Robby Gordon's father and stepmother.

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15dNate Saunders

Can Red Bull and Ferrari dethrone Mercedes again?

ESPN looks ahead to the Singapore Grand Prix and why Red Bull might be the best bet to challenge Ferrari if Mercedes struggles to master Marina Bay again this weekend.

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15dNate Saunders

Grosjean: New owners could revolutionise F1

Haas driver Romain Grosjean thinks Formula One's new American owners could be important in improving broadcasting and taking the sport to a whole new generation of fans.

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20dMaurice Hamilton

F1's cockpit protection predicament

Maurice Hamilton looks at the conversations around cockpit protection at the Goodwood Revival and the contrasting opinions between some of racing's most iconic names.

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