Kimi heads to Austin looking for a longer race than last time out, and expecting to enjoy some good old fashioned American hospitality.
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Here’s what some of drivers had to say about last year’s inaugural race, the city of Austin, and about heading back to Texas for this year’s F1 USGP.
On paper the timing of the two races certainly doesn't make sense. But does it actually matter?
Official announcement from Lotus F1 Team about Kimi Räikkönen and the last two final rounds of the 2013 F1 season.
Leigh Diffey: “This is our Super Bowl. we’re gearing up for the race of the year.”
Pirelli wants to know what they should do.
In early November, Central Texas hotels are wide open, and it’s beautiful time of year to visit Austin.
The popular web-mapping technology allows Internet users to see the world-class sports and entertainment venue from inside the 3.4-mile racing circuit.
Mark Webber: "There were some initial worries about the length of the first sector because it’s long and has a lot of consecutive corners."
The Spanish Ferrari man cannot be overtaken now.
The E21 demonstrated strong potential using both tyre compounds. Heikki was quickly up to speed.
Lewis Hamilton eager to collect another USGP win
Sebastian Vettel set a best time of 1m 37.305 on the medium compound tyre to finish 0.115s ahead of his Australian team mate Mark Webber on 1m37.420s.
A difficult afternoon for Heikki Kovalainen saw the Finn drop to fifteenth from his eighth place grid slot.
Pastor Maldonado had contact with Sutil's Force India on the first lap which forced him to pit early for a new front wing which compromised his strategy.
Team Principal Eric Boullier and Trackside Operations Director Alan Permane analyse the battle for Constructors’ Championship honours.
Formula One received an absolutely fantastic welcome from the American public last year, which made it a truly memorable race.
Caterham F1 Team Reserve Driver Alexander Rossi looks ahead to what will be a busy week in Austin, Texas for the US GP.
Daniil Kvyat: "...we still did 20 laps which is important mileage for me and we also managed to do some aero measurements."
Martin Whitmarsh: “Formula 1 has now found its spiritual home in the USA.”