Max Verstappen’s demotion from fourth place at the end of the United States Grand Prix meant one person scored a perfect 50 in the Predictions Championship.
Daniil Kvyat’s efforts won praise from Toro Rosso before he was dropped by the team. Here’s all the team radio messages broadcast at Austin.
Carlos Sainz Jnr, Esteban Ocon, Lewis Hamilton and Daniil Kvyat were F1 Fanatic’s Star Performance of the 2017 United States Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 United States Grand Prix weekend.
Lewis Hamilton only needs a fifth place to clinch this year’s world championship. But there’s a good reason why he won’t be complacent.
For the second race in a row Sergio Perez tried to get Force India to impose team orders on Esteban Ocon, without success. Here are the team radio highlights.
Who was the best driver during the 2017 United States Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The United States Grand Prix was one of the more varied races we’ve had this year in terms of pit stop strategy.
Max Verstappen climbed the most positions during the United States Grand Prix – but he had to give one of them back.
Sebastian Vettel set the fastest lap of the United States Grand Prix by just one-thousandth of a second as he tried to catch Lewis Hamilton.
Despite losing the lead to Sebastian Vettel at the start, Lewis Hamilton took a fifth win in six years at the Circuit of the Americas, and has the title within reach.
The 2017 United States Grand Prix in pictures.
Lewis Hamilton took another step closer to a fourth world championship by winning the Untied States Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has a 66-point lead over Sebastian Vettel with 75 points available in the remaining races. Mercedes have clinched the constructors’ championship.
Lewis Hamilton won the United States Grand Prix ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen.
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Sebastian Vettel could have a shot at Lewis Hamilton heading into turn one if he can get away well enough from the dirty side of the grid.
F1 cars are 1.8 seconds quicker at COTA this year. But shouldn’t the 2017 generation of high-downforce cars be even quicker than that?
Carlos Sainz Jnr told Renault they’d made “a good start together” after he reached Q3 on his debut with them in Austin. Here’s the team radio highlights.