Carpooling with Valtteri Bottas.
Laurence Edmondson joins Valtteri Bottas on his journey to the Circuit of the Americas and discusses his career, his future and his relationship with team mate Lewis Hamilton.
Whincup's wet warning to Supercars rivals
Holden's Jamie Whincup says forecast rain is set to make the opening 300km Supercars race on the Gold Coast a lottery.
Supercars boss Warburton denies salary row
Departing Supercars chief executive James Warburton says reports he chose to resign from the position due to a pay dispute are in incorrect.
Hartley reveals Marko talks ahead of F1 debut
Formula One debutant Brendon Hartley says a bold remark to Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko helped plant a seed which eventually led to his opportunity with Toro Rosso at this weekend's U.S. Grand Prix.
Brown: 2018 a critical year for McLaren
McLaren executive director Zak Brown says 2018 will be a critical year for the future of the team as it makes the switch from Honda power to Renault.
Kvyat: Austin a chance to rectify 2017 errors
After sitting out the previous two races in Malaysia and Japan, Daniil Kvyat believes this weekend's U.S. Grand Prix is a perfect opportunity to demonstrate that he has the talent to remain in Formula One beyond this season.
Alonso had doubts about continuing in F1
Fernando Alonso was considering quitting Formula One at the end of this year before he convinced himself to sign a new multi-year deal with McLaren.
Vettel: Ferrari needs long-term solutions
Sebastian Vettel thinks it would be "completely wrong" for Ferrari to panic after the setbacks which have derailed his 2017 title bid but work to ensure they do not spill over into future campaigns.
Daniil Kvyat is back in the paddock this weekend. The Russian seemed to be in good spirits and refreshed by his two-race break - even though it was a demotion. Though he didn't watch much of the two races he did miss, he joked that the coverage has at least convinced him he doesn't want to become a journalist any time soon.
Lewis: No plan to take a knee during U.S. anthem
Though he insists he has no plans to stage a protest during the U.S. Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton says America's turbulent political climate gives him more motivation to win than the fact he could secure the title this weekend.
Daniel Kvyat is back in the paddock this weekend. The Russian seemed to be in good spirits and refreshed by his two-race break - even though it was a demotion. Though he didn't watch much of the two races he did miss, he joked that the coverage has at least convinced him he doesn't want to become a journalist any time soon.
Here's a look at Pirelli's ultra-soft tyres for the U.S. Grand Prix weekend. The printing on the sidewall is usually purple on this compound but as part of F1's efforts to raise breast cancer awareness, they've gone pink in Austin.
Whincup fears wet at Gold Coast Supercars
Queensland's big wet could prove a championship changer at this weekend's Supercars event on the Gold Coast.
Is Kubica the favourite to replace Massa at Williams?
ESPN's Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson discuss their thoughts on who they think will replace Felipe Massa at Williams.
Alonso to remain at McLaren for 2018
McLaren has confirmed Fernando Alonso will remain at the team for the 2018 Formula One season.
Can anything stop Hamilton in Austin?
Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson discuss if there is anything that can stop Lewis Hamilton from picking up his fourth Drivers Championship in the USA.
Supercars leader happy with underdog tag
Ford driver Fabian Coulthard says he's fine to be the underdog in the Supercars championship chase despite moving into the series lead after the Bathurst 1000.
Why COTA is going pink for breast cancer awareness
Formula One is partnering up with the Susan G Komen organisation and using the sport's global reach to support the ongoing battle against breast cancer.
Your alternative U.S. Grand Prix preview
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are on the verge of both titles -- but there are other storylines worthy of your attention at this weekend's U.S. Grand Prix. Here's a round-up of the best of them.
Alonso eyes points return in Austin
Having not finished in the top ten since the Hungarian Grand Prix in July, Fernando Alonso is hoping for a turn of luck at this weekend's U.S. Grand Prix.
U.S. Grand Prix: Full coverage
A round-up of all the reaction across the weekend of the United States Grand Prix, the 17th round of the 2017 Formula One championship.
The Pit Stop: Will the drivers' championship be won in Austin?
Craig Scarborough joins Jennie Gow to tackle your social media questions ahead of the US Grand Prix in Austin.
Grosjean: Haas much stronger in every area
Romain Grosjean believes Haas is not running at its maximum leaving significant room to move up the Formula One pecking order.
How can F1 be more accessible in the USA?
Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton discuss how Formula 1 can do more to attract a U.S. based audience.
Chase Carey on how F1 can crack U.S. market
A second Grand Prix, a long-term approach towards partnerships with host tracks and a determination to embrace the digital age are all central to Liberty Media's attempts to strike gold for F1 in the relatively untapped American market.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.