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With the majority of Formula One constructors based in Europe, notably in Great Britain, teams from America entering the sport have been very few and far between with the last attempt being USF1’s attempt to make it onto the grid for the 2010 season. With the North Carolina-based encountering many difficulties on the way [...]

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Andretti: Mr Motor Racing

On November 15, 2012 By


When looking back at some of Motor Sport’s greatest few can rival the number of achievements and accolades that Mario Andretti accomplished. Over a career spanning more than four decades the American’s resourcefulness, professionalism and passion for his forte won [...]

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The 2005 United States Grand Prix held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will forever go down as a weekend completely mired by politics, poor planning and certain ‘big figures’ in the sport failing to come to an agreement which lead to just six cars starting the race. The remaining fourteen all pulled into the [...]

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It’s common knowledge that Formula One and the United States have shared a chequered past, with numerous attempts to establish a strong foothold having fallen short for one reason or another. This hasn’t been helped by the strength of the domestic racing scene [...]

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With just one week to go before the first United States Grand Prix at the new Circuit of the Americas in Texas GPFocus has decided to commemorate the occasion by bringing you a special preview in the week leading up to the race weekend. With the race being the first to be held in [...]

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Barely a year goes by when the British Grand Prix is in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. This year torrential rain has hampered organisers and forced them to take extraordinary measures – some with serious repercussions for the paying [...]

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Throughout the existence of the Formula One World Championship the British Grand Prix has remained a staple of the calendar and the scene of many unforgettable moments.

As the sport has evolved throughout the [...]

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Traditional Jonny giving Michael Fish a run for his money…

After much hype, yesterday’s Monaco Grand Prix turned out to be a dull procession with next to no overtaking and everybody nursing the tyres more so than any [...]

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