Lewis Hamilton Leaving McLaren to Drive for Mercedes in 2013

After spending his entire career driving for McLaren, Lewis Hamilton will now be behind the wheel for Mercedes Formula One starting next season. Hamilton will replace seven-time Formula One champ Michael Schumacher.

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Formula One Grand Prix of America Official: June 16, 2013

After months of speculation on whether or not a deal could be done to make the Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial a reality, the date has been set for June 16th, 2013, and this time there’s no asterisk next to it.

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Ron Howard's F1 Movie 'Rush' Release Date Announced

New still photos of Ron Howard’s upcoming F1 movie, Rush, were just released as teasers for the film, which will debut in a little more than a year on September 20, 2013. 

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What Would You Ask Tony Stewart to Drive?

Would you rather see Tony Stewart drive a Chevrolet Astro van or a World War II tank? If you chose the tank then you’re in the majority, but that isn’t the last vehicle on the list.

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Mclaren MP4-12C Spider Official Launch Film Released

The Mclaren MP4-12C Spider debuted last week, and now the company has dropped the first video of the Spider out for a cruise. 

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Caterham F1 Team Show Off Driving Skills, by Playing Soccer – Video

With the British Grand Prix kicking off this weekend, Caterham Formula One drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov decided to flex their driving skills in conjunction with the Queen Park Rangers (QPR) football team.

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Sebastian Vettel Tests Grand Prix of America Course

Driving an Infiniti IPL G Coupe, F1 star Sebastian Vettel set tires smoking and caught some serious speed racing around the New Jersey roads that will mark the Grand Prix of America course in 2013. 

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Protests Force Cancellation of Canadian GP Opening Day Event

Ongoing student protests in Montreal, Canada are starting to impinge upon more than just the sleeping habits of the city’s residents, with organizers of the Canadian Grand Prix announcing the cancellation of festivities on the first day of the race weekend.

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Circuit of the Americas Open for Driving – in a Video Game

Fraught with delays and uncertainty, Texas’ latest race track, the Circuit of the Americas, is still under construction. Despite that, a digital version is ready to go, giving gamers the first crack at the new track.

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What a Formula 1 Car Looks Like Inside

If there’s one thing that probably beats being on the drug that is Charlie Sheen, it’s driving an F1 car. For better or worse, the average person has about as much of a shot at piloting one as they would at surviving Sheen’s devil-may-care cocaine habit. 

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Student Protests Threaten Montreal Grand Prix

Threats of protests threatening a Formula One race are nothing new in far away regions of the world like the Middle-East, but what about here in North America?

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Red Bull Launches 'Racing Spy' App

Have you heard the big news in Formula One? No, not that Mark Webber just won the Monaco Grand Prix, but that Red Bull has launched its ‘Racing Spy’ app, bringing plenty of Formula One goodness to your favorite Apple device.

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Michael Schumacher the 2nd Highest Earning Sportsman of All Time

Formula 1 is a lucrative career no matter how you place. It’s even more so if you’re a seven-time World Champion.

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Force India F1 Team Members Leave After Violence During Bahrain Grand Prix
Last year, civil unrest and rioting caused the Kingdom of Bahrain to  withdraw from hosting the 2011 Bahrain Grand Prix. One year later, Formula 1 returns to Bahrain despite remaining political instability.

Authorities gave their word to assure the safety of the visiting Formula 1 community, promising to provide an enormous security presence for the event.

Unfortunately, the security measures proved insufficient when four mechanics of the Force India F1 team were caught in the middle of an incident as police clashed with protesters while the team’s hire car was stationary in Bahrain traffic after leaving the circuit yesterday.

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Williams F1 Team Signs Susie Wolff

Having driven for the Mercedes-Benz DTM team for the past several years, Susie Wolff has now been signed on board the Williams F1 team as a development driver.

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