This year Austin will be hosting its second championship race since it made its debut last year. The Circuit of Americas thereby became the tenth venue in United States to host a F1 race; most by one country when you consider F1 is not really a commercial Posted by Rajan Thambehalli
Sebastian Vettel took revenge after what happened in Austin last year, with an unchallenged victory at this year's US Grand Prix. Romain Grosjean was again in top form, scoring his fourth podium in five of the recent races while Mark Webber finished on the podium in penultimate F1 race of his career. Posted byRachit Thukral
The series explores the efforts of a breakaway series with the goal of returning Grand Prix racing to the ‘Golden era’ of noisy cars with fat tyres, wacky designs and exciting tracks, at a price affordable to the fans. What can the new series learn from the mistakes made during the CART Vs Indy war? Will such a liberal rule-book ever work for real? And who is John Galt? Posted byJosh Wood
Although the organisers are very positive of hosting the grand prix in 2015, we need to wonder if the all the efforts that are undertaken hereafter are worth the effort. Things could have been so different by now had the efforts were undertaken by the organisers, and also the teams who were positive about the track and India were a little more cautious about their approach to the Country. Posted by Bala Yogesh
Racing is a generic addiction, People always want to be the best, and regardless of who they are or what they do, they want to be ahead of their nearest rivals. Racing as such, has been on an evolution. Historically, we can look at various epics, including Homer’s writings where there have been mentions of a one off race using Chariots,Horses or even other methods as per their Posted by Bala Yogesh
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