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With the Circuit of the Americas readying itself for its first Grand Prix in just over thirteen months time, Red Bull Racing busied itself filming at the Texan arena.
Yesterday, the FIA released a controversial provisional calendar for the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship. As well as being reinstated for later this year, the Bahrain Grand Prix will retake its position as the season opener next March. The following week will see the Grand Prix circus make the long, long trip to Melbourne.Sepang and … Continue reading Formula 1 Expands its 2012 Calendar
The USA and Formula 1 have had a turbulent relationship for the past three decades. Back in the days when the US Grand Prix was held every year at Watkins Glen, a steady trickle of drivers from the States tried their hand in F1; however the intervening years has seen that relationship weakened considerably.
The layout for the circuit at Austin, Texas was revealed this morning to show a 3.5 mile track with 20 corners and at least 130 feet of gradient change. While that is all very interesting, the thing that really caught my eye was someone redesigning Hermann Tilke's Wikipedia page somewhat. I'm sure making "roughly two-and-a-half … Continue reading Rewriting History