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Formula 1

The Pit Stop: Will the drivers' championship be won in Austin?

Craig Scarborough joins Jennie Gow to tackle your social media questions ahead of the US Grand Prix in Austin.

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How can F1 be more accessible in the USA?

Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton discuss how Formula 1 can do more to attract a U.S. based audience.

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MotoGP

Miller ready for the Phillip island challenge.

Australian MotoGP rider Jack Miller is confident his past form on Phillip island will benefit him.

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Can Sainz top Hulkenberg on his Renault debut?

Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton explain why the arrival of Carlos Sainz at Renault means more pressure on Nico Hulkenberg.

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Will Hartley keep his Toro Rosso seat?

Brendon Hartley has secured a Toro Rosso seat for the US Grand Prix, but will he keep it beyond that?

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What can we expect from the US Grand Prix?

ESPN's Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton preview the US Grand Prix and Lewis Hamilton's chances of clinching the drivers' championship.

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The USA Grand Prix's journey to Austin.

From Las Vegas to Austin, Maurice Hamilton looks back on the history of the USA Grand Prix.

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Formula 1

Britain's Norris wins European F3 Championship.

Great Britain's 17-year-old Lando Norris has emulated Lewis Hamilton by winning the European Formula Three Championship.

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AutoRacing

NHRA racer walks away from 302-mph crash.

Steve Torrence crashes hard into the wall at 302 miles per hour and not only manages to escape the car unscathed, but also wins the round.

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