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F1 Behind the Scenes: Meet Sean Kelly

  Like many this week, you’re probably missing F1 again – so here’s a short quiz: When’s the last time all three podium finishers were all of the same nationality? When’s the last time four different constructors won the first … Continue reading

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McLaren’s Martin Whitmarsh on F1 in America and the Sport’s Future

It’s rare to hear team bosses speak out candidly on a range of issues in regards to the need for change in F1, and in this series of ongoing interviews with McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh, SPEED journalist Peter Windsor has … Continue reading

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Fairness to American F1 fans: 2011 British GP on FOX

    The British GP was the third of four races this season broadcast on Fox television in the US, the first of which was a marathon Canadian Grand Prix, and at over four hours, the longest ever.  During that … Continue reading

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