Fast and Furious - Rosberg-Hamilton take rivalry to Texas.

Four races to go. 100 points to play for. Rosberg leads Hamilton by 33. It's time to turn up the heat as Formula One arrives in Austin.


1.92 seconds to - Stuff your face with marshmallows.

Red Bull can complete a pit stop in 1.92 seconds, but can Ricciardo and Verstappen fill their faces with marshmallows that quickly?


Ricciardo lives like a Texan.

Daniel Ricciardo took time out ahead of the US Grand Prix to immerse himself in a real slice of Americana, Texas-style.


Why 2017 rules could revitalise Raikkonen.

Marc Priestley discusses the type of driver Kimi Raikkonen is and explains why he thinks he could thrive next season.


Newey crucial to Red Bull in 2017?

There's plenty of positivity at Red Bull at the moment but what impact will a title challenging car have on Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen?


Paranoia affecting Ferrari?

Marc Priestley dissects the problems affecting Ferrari and questions what changes need to be made for them to improve.


Is Nico the more consistent driver?

Marc Priestly discusses whether Nico Rosberg is the more consistent driver of the two Mercedes, and whether his attitude has anything to do with it.


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