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79dNate Saunders

Whiting: Watkins Glen a 'wonderful circuit' for F1

FIA race director Charlie Whiting gives New York circuit, which hosted the U.S. Grand Prix between 1961 and 1980, a ringing endorsement following recent track resurfacing.

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200dNate Saunders

Mexican GP open to collaboration with COTA

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez president Alejandro Soberon thinks circuit can work with Circuit of the Americas to avoid Austin track's concerns about back-to-back race scheduling.

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Gust of wind caused costly Austin error - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg has blamed a "big" gust of wind for the error which cost him victory at the U.S. Grand Prix and says it is important he understood what happened.

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Ferrari critical of rivals' 'circus' antics in Austin

'We are a Formula One team, not the Cirque du Soleil,' says Ferrari boss Arrivabene as he criticises rivals' attempts to entertain fans during U.S. Grand Prix qualifying washout.

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'He's a bit of a nutter, isn't he?'

An incensed Fernando Alonso, a bemused Kimi Raikkonen and a newly-crowned Lewis Hamilton feature in ESPN's round-up of the best of U.S. Grand Prix race radio.

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Rosberg, Massa, and the art of losing

Kate Walker contrasts Nico Rosberg's demeanour after losing another title to Lewis Hamilton in Austin with that of Felipe Massa, who lost out to the Brit in heartbreaking circumstances in 2008.

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215dLaurence Edmondson

Hamilton defends Rosberg collision: 'It was my line'

Lewis Hamilton believes he was not to blame for the first corner collision with team-mate Nico Rosberg at the U.S. Grand Prix, arguing he had every right to take the inside line at Turn 1.

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215dLaurence Edmondson

Hulkenberg cleared of blame in Ricciardo clash

Nico Hulkenberg was not held responsible for his collision with Daniel Ricciardo at the U.S. Grand Prix after the stewards discovered he had a front wing failure before the impact.

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Driver and team reaction

ESPN rounds up all the reaction from up and down the paddock after United States Grand Prix

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215dNate Saunders

Alonso: 'One of my best races' deserved fifth

Fernando Alonso thinks he was on for a "miracle" fifth place before a late loss of power in his Honda engine saw him drop out of the points in Austin.

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215dNate Saunders

Kimi: Radio outburst aimed at stewards, not Verstappen

Kimi Raikkonen says his radio call, where he seemed to suggest he would push Verstappen off the track, was aimed at stewards as he sought clarification over rules at U.S. Grand Prix.

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215dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes wary Turn 1 collision could cause conflict

Toto Wolff says Mercedes will act to prevent the first corner clash between its two drivers at the U.S. Grand Prix flaring up in the final rounds of the season.

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215dNate Saunders

Vettel felt win was there for the taking

Sebastian Vettel bemoans timing of second safety car after seeing his championship hopes end at a frenetic United States Grand Prix in Austin.

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215dNate Saunders

'Lewis went one step too far' - Rosberg

Nico Rosberg angry with Lewis Hamilton's aggression after being forced wide by Mercedes team-mate at Turn 1 of the U.S. Grand Prix.

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