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A talk with Andrew Frankl at Stanford University

Last month, F1 author and journalist Andrew Frankl spoke to a full house at Stanford University’s Engineering school in front of faculty, students and F1 fans alike about his career in the sport with anecdotes from his travels and thoughts … Continue reading

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Team Principals Speak on the State of F1

It’s a chilly Saturday morning here at Circuit of The Americas, and for the first time since 2005, only 9 teams will be qualifying for a grand prix.  A lack of finances at Caterham and Marussia has created a situation that … Continue reading

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Progress at Circuit of The Americas Receives ‘High Marks’ from FIA

  Progress at Circuit of The Americas got an official inspection this week when the FIA sent Charlie Whiting (the real one) to check in on construction at the circuit with representatives of the track and designers from Tilke on … Continue reading

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