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Texas could be Ferrari's last stand in 2018

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene watched his red cars slip and splash around a wet Circuit of the Americas while Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton cut the quickest laps of the U.S. Grand Prix practice session.

A few minutes later, Arrivabene sized up the task in front of Ferrari and driver Sebastian Vettel: Win Sunday or stay close enough to Hamilton to keep alive their rapidly-vanishing hopes of winning the season championship. Read More...

Hamilton grabs pole position at US Grand Prix in title bid

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Lewis Hamilton warned Ferrari and championship rival Sebastian Vettel would be ready to "punch back" at the U.S. Grand Prix after recent poor results.

He was right. It's just that Vettel may be too far back to land anything strong enough to deny Hamilton a fifth Formula One championship. Read More...

Hamilton fastest, Vettel penalized at US Grand Prix practice

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Even in the rain, Lewis Hamilton seems to be in unbeatable form.

As for Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel's fading title hopes, another unforced error may doom his chances once and for all. Read More...

Haas fighting for F1 'best of the rest' in Year 3

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The third season for Haas F1 has been its best, even if it has been a bit bizarre.

Formula One's only U.S.-based team has the most points in its young history and it has overcome some serious bumbles early to compete with - and beat - some of the legacy teams. Read More...

2-time F1 champ Alonso hints Indy 500 return possible

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Fernando Alonso hinted that he could return to race the Indianapolis 500 again in 2019 after he retires from Formula One.

The McLaren driver raced at Indianapolis in 2017. He led 27 laps and was in contention to win until his engine failed in an appearance that made a splash with race fans. He skipped the race this year to be part of the winning team at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Read More...

Sergio Perez extends F1 contract with Force India for 2019

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Force India and Sergio Perez announced Thursday a one-year extension for 2019 for the Mexican driver ahead of the U.S. Grand Prix and next weekend's return to Mexico City.

Perez has been with Force India since 2014, and he and his management team have been closely involved in the restructuring of the team. He is expected to partner next season with Williams driver Lance Stroll, whose father led a consortium in helping resolve the Formula One team's financial problems. Read More...

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