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Hamilton dominates from start to finish to win Hungarian Grand Prix updated: Sun Jul 29 2012 11:22:00

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton controlled the race from start to finish to win the Hungarian Grand Prix Sunday to revive his title hopes.

Hamilton dominates Hungary practice as Schumacher spins off in wetupdated: Fri Jul 27 2012 12:45:00

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton was fastest in both opening practice sessions Friday for the Hungarian Grand Prix.

Latest Formula One standingsupdated: Sun Jul 22 2012 16:29:00

Fernando Alonso's third victory of the F1 season has seen him tighten his grip in the title race.

Fernando Alonso's drive to the topupdated: Sun Jul 22 2012 16:29:00

Fernando Alonso takes CNN though the ups and downs of his career ahead of the European Grand Prix.

Alonso extends title lead with victory from pole in Germanyupdated: Sun Jul 22 2012 14:13:00

Fernando Alonso stretched his lead in the world championship standings with a peerless drive from pole position to win the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim Sunday.

Alonso claims pole for German GP at Hockenheimupdated: Sat Jul 21 2012 10:36:00

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso will start Sunday's German Grand Prix from pole position after a classy drive in wet conditions in Saturday's qualifying session at Hockenheim.

When Silver Arrows dominated F1updated: Fri Jul 20 2012 13:09:00

Explore the heritage of the fabled Silver Arrows who dominated the 1954 and 55 F1 seasons with legendary driver Fangio.

Whitmarsh expects Lewis Hamilton to stick with McLarenupdated: Wed Jul 18 2012 15:51:00

McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh expects Lewis Hamilton to extend his stay with the Formula One marque, despite his contract expiring at the end of the current season.

Designing Formula One tiresupdated: Wed Jul 18 2012 15:51:00

Behind the scenes with Pirelli test driver Lucas di Grassi as F1's sole tire supplier develop next season's tires

Formula One 2012: HRTupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:47:00

Initially known as Campos Meta 1 and then Hispania Racing, the HRT team are still seeking stability after a less than spectacular entrance into Formula One in 2010.

Formula One 2012: Caterhamupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:45:00

It's been a preseason of change at CNN-sponsored Caterham, with the team being rebranded after competing under the Lotus name for the past two years.

Formula One 2012: Toro Rossoupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:44:00

Last year Toro Rosso continued to emerge from Red Bull Racing's shadow in only their second season as an independent constructor.

Formula One 2012: Force Indiaupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:43:00

Force India entered the elite division of motorsport when Indian businessman Vijay Mallya and Dutchman Michiel Mol purchased the now-defunct Spyker team in 2007.

Formula One 2012: Sauberupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:42:00

Sauber have been involved in Formula One since 1993, but arguably the team's greatest contribution to the sport has been handing a debut to double world champion Sebastian Vettel at the 2007 U.S. Grand Prix.

Formula One 2012: Williamsupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:41:00

Williams' form in recent years has not been befitting of a team boasting one of Formula One's richest legacies.

Formula One 2012: Lotusupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:40:00

Having competed under the Renault name in 2011, the rebranded Lotus team enter the new season hoping to avoid the off-track issues which blighted their preparations for the last campaign.

Formula One 2012: Mercedesupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:39:00

Having taken over the world champion Brawn GP team ahead of the 2010 season, Mercedes have struggled to be serious title contenders in the past two years.

Formula One 2012: McLarenupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:37:00

British team McLaren are the third most successful team in Formula One history, with their total of eight constructors' championships only bettered by Williams and Ferrari.

Formula One 2012: Red Bullupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 04:35:00

If the last two years are anything to go by, 2012 will once again see every other team and driver in Formula One desperately trying to keep pace with Red Bull.

Stirling Moss: A history of Silverstoneupdated: Sun Jul 08 2012 14:37:00

Racing legend Stirling Moss reflects on the evolution of Silverstone from WWII airfield to modern motorsport circuit.

Webber pips Alonso to take British Grand Prix at Silverstoneupdated: Sun Jul 08 2012 14:37:00

Mark Webber and Red Bull judged their race strategy perfectly to pip Fernando Alonso to the checkered flag during an action packed British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Championship leader Alonso takes pole at rain-hit Silverstoneupdated: Sat Jul 07 2012 11:12:00

Championship leader Fernando Alonso took pole position for the British Grand Prix after a rain delayed final qualifying session Saturday. Halfway through the season, IndyCar still experiencing changesupdated: Fri Jul 06 2012 17:01:00

IndyCar is a relatively traditional sport -- the unexpected comes during the races, not off the track. This year, however, IndyCar has instituted several significant changes, impacting the sport for drivers, teams and fans.

Home hope Hamilton tops rain-soaked British GP practiceupdated: Fri Jul 06 2012 13:13:00

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton set the pace in Friday practice ahead of his home British Grand Prix, on a day which saw heavy rain batter the Silverstone track.

Female F1 driver De Villota in profileupdated: Fri Jul 06 2012 08:41:00

Driver Maria de Villota explains how her career started with go carts and why she's putting off babies for F1.

Mayor of London open to Grand Prix in capitalupdated: Thu Jun 28 2012 12:54:00

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is open to the idea of a Formula One race in Britain's capital, but has yet to be approached by the sport's powerbrokers.

Alonso doubles up in Spain to reclaim world championship leadupdated: Mon Jun 25 2012 09:51:00

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso became the first two-time winner of the unpredictable 2012 Formula One season as he triumphed in front of his home fans in Valencia to claim the European Grand Prix Sunday.

Formula One 2012: Marussiaupdated: Mon Jun 25 2012 07:08:00

The rebranded Marussia team were plagued with difficulties in the buildup to the 2012 season, with the MR01 failing the 18th and final official crash test.

Formula One 2012: Ferrariupdated: Mon Jun 25 2012 06:57:00

Ferrari are the most successful team in Formula One history, with the legendary Italian marque boasting a record 16 constructors' titles and 15 drivers' championships.

Vettel storms to pole for European GPupdated: Sat Jun 23 2012 11:35:00

Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has claimed his third pole position of the season at Saturday's qualifying session for the European Grand Prix in Valencia, Spain.

Fernando Alonso: 'We will fight'updated: Fri Jun 22 2012 12:41:00

Fernando Alonso talks with CNN's Amanda Davies about Ferrari's championship challenge. Bruce Martin: Five things we learned at Michigan International Speedwayupdated: Sun Jun 17 2012 19:45:00

It was a day many NASCAR fans have awaited since 2008 as the sport's most popular driver -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. -- finally made it to Victory Lane in a Sprint Cup race. Fittingly, it came at Michigan International Speedway in the Quicken Loans 400 -- the same race he won on June 15, 2008.

The most powerful woman in Formula Oneupdated: Fri Jun 15 2012 08:48:00

CNN talks to Sauber CEO Monisha Kaltenborn, the most powerful woman in Formula One.

Sauber chief: F1 better than everupdated: Fri Jun 15 2012 08:48:00

Peter Sauber believes Formula One fans have never had it so good, after a season opening which has seen the first seven races produce seven different winners for the first time in the sport's history. Bryan Armen Graham: Can Formula 1 capture the imagination of American sports fans?updated: Thu Jun 14 2012 14:58:00

WEEHAWKEN, N.J. -- The scenery outside the window blurs as Sebastian Vettel, the 2010 and 2011 Formula 1 world champion, pushes the Infiniti IPL G37 Coupe toward 100 mph. in a 35-mph zone, drifting onto the wrong side of the road, flouting stop signs, cutting lanes, and generally taking full advantage of the police escorts blocking intersections and keeping the local streets clear. Bruce Martin: Five things we learned at Poconoupdated: Sun Jun 10 2012 19:37:00

As NASCAR Sprint Cup hits its Summer Stretch of races, Sunday's stop was at an old track with a new look -- the freshly-repaved 2.5-mile Pocono International Raceway. A new track surface always changes the dynamic of the race and that was clearly evident in Sunday's 400-mile race.

Ecclestone: F1 secure until 2020updated: Sun Jun 10 2012 16:39:00

Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone discusses the circuit's future and contract talks with constructors.

Hamilton wins in Canada to move top of drivers' standingsupdated: Sun Jun 10 2012 16:39:00

McLaren's Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix to record his first victory of the Formula One season and move top of the drivers' standings.

Ecclestone: American races good for F1updated: Sat Jun 09 2012 18:42:00

Formula One CEO, Bernie Ecclestone tells CNN that he will continue to extend the sport's global reach with races. Bruce Martin: Surging Johnson adds historic victory at Monster Mileupdated: Sun Jun 03 2012 20:22:00

The high-banked, concrete oval at Dover International Speedway is called the Monster Mile for good reason. But it was Jimmie Johnson that mastered the mile on Sunday as he continues his climb up the Sprint Cup standings. Cary Estes: Five things we learned in Charlotte at NASCAR's longest raceupdated: Mon May 28 2012 00:40:00

Rick Hendrick held a party last week in Charlotte to celebrate his organization's recent 200th- career NASCAR Cup Series victory. Most of the 15 drivers who had taken Hendrick Motorsports to Victory Lane over the years were in attendance and they were all honored by name during the event, from champions such as Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson to one-hit wonders such as Casey Mears and Jerry Nadeau.

Kahne wins NASCAR's longest race, the Coca-Cola 600updated: Sun May 27 2012 22:52:00

Four hours after the green flag dropped, Kasey Kahne sped across the finish line first Sunday night to take NASCAR's longest, most grueling race of the season, the Coca-Cola 600.

Female Indy 500 driver ready to raceupdated: Sun May 27 2012 19:12:00

British driver Katherine Legge describes being an Indy 500 rookie and competing in a male-dominated sport.

Franchitti wins Indy 500 for the third timeupdated: Sun May 27 2012 19:12:00

Dario Franchitti won the 96th edition of the Indianapolis 500 motor race on Sunday, placing first in the prestigious race for the third time.

Webber takes pole but Schumacher takes the plaudits in Monacoupdated: Sat May 26 2012 11:50:00

Mark Webber will start on pole position for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix but it was seven-time champion Michael Schumacher who qualified fastest after a flying lap which evoked memories of his finest years.

Ecclestone: Formula One teams agree to race until 2020updated: Fri May 25 2012 08:13:00

Formula One's 12 teams have struck an agreement to secure the future of the sport until 2020, Bernie Ecclestone has exclusively told CNN.

Pastor Maldonado's tour of Monacoupdated: Thu May 24 2012 12:16:00

CNN's Amanda Davies gets a tour of the Formula 1 track at Monaco by Williams driver Pastor Maldonado.

Vettel: Monaco no place for 'sissies'updated: Thu May 24 2012 12:16:00

Double Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has described the Monaco Grand Prix as "no place for sissies" ahead of the marquee race in the principality this weekend.

F1 legends describe challenges of Monacoupdated: Wed May 23 2012 13:24:00

Three-time Monaco GP winner Jackie Stewart describes the demands of the Monaco circuit.

Grit and glamor: The magic of Monacoupdated: Wed May 23 2012 13:24:00

Put simply, there is no other Formula One race to match the glamor and sophistication of the Monaco Grand Prix. Bruce Martin: Five things we learned at the All-Star Raceupdated: Sun May 20 2012 18:25:00

The long NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule includes 34 races that pay drivers with points. Points they need to make the Chase. But for Saturday night's All-Star Race, it's just about winning.

Schumacher proud of German driversupdated: Sun May 13 2012 18:07:00

7 time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher talks to CNN about the 2012 season so far.

Maldonado takes maiden Grand Prix winupdated: Sun May 13 2012 18:07:00

Pastor Maldonado grabbed his first Formula One victory as the Venezuelan impressively held off Ferrari's Fernando Alonso to win the Spanish Grand Prix. Bruce Martin: What we learned in Darlingtonupdated: Sun May 13 2012 00:33:00

When it comes to "Old school, NASCAR racing" it doesn't get any better than the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway. Saturday night's renewal of this classic contest was historic for many reasons as Hendrick Motorsports finally reached a milestone moment in what was just the third green, white, checkered flag finish in Darlington's history.

Take a ride with F1 champ Vettelupdated: Fri May 11 2012 13:36:00

F1 champ Sebastian Vettel has some fun on his day shooting a commercial, and CNN's Eunice Yoon goes along for the ride.

Vettel offers support to under-fire Pirelliupdated: Fri May 11 2012 13:36:00

It's the debate that just keeps going round in, well, circles. Are Pirelli's tires good or bad for Formula One? Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has already said the tires are like "driving on raw eggs," while racing legend Jackie Stewart warns they are a danger.

F1 legend: Pirelli tires are dangerousupdated: Wed May 09 2012 15:38:00

When Jackie Stewart speaks about driver safety in Formula One, it's worth listening. The racing legend was a pioneer in raising standards in an era when mortality rates were high, and his legacy has left F1 stars with greater support than ever before.

Jackie Stewart on Formula Oneupdated: Wed May 09 2012 15:38:00

Jackie Stewart sits down with Amanda Davies to discuss the state of Formula One racing.

Rosberg: Mercedes can challenge for F1 title updated: Tue May 08 2012 12:27:00

With four different drivers winning each of the four races so far, 2012 is shaping up as one of the most open seasons in Formula One history.

Schu on tire troubles: 'It's like driving on raw eggs'updated: Mon May 07 2012 12:54:00

Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has continued to pillory Pirelli's tires, complaining that they are like driving on "raw eggs." Cory McCartney: Keselowski resembling title contender after victory at Talladegaupdated: Mon May 07 2012 09:01:00

TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Five things we learned from the Aaron's 499 at Talladega Superspeedway. Cory McCartney: Remedy for a ho-hum season could come Sunday at Talladegaupdated: Thu May 03 2012 11:29:00

Cautions are down and fans are griping. Their many submissions to my inbox say they want drama. They want action. They want fits of aggression played out with 3,400-pound cars bumping and banging into each other. What they want is NASCAR as a Michael Bay production.

When F1 meets football: Sauber joins forces with Chelsea FC updated: Mon Apr 30 2012 12:50:00

The mystery behind the peculiar inscriptions "Out of the Blue" and "True Blue" which first appeared on Sauber engine covers at the Chinese Grand Prix has finally been revealed.

F1 test driver Susie Wolff: It's incredibly physical driving at 280 km/ph updated: Sat Apr 28 2012 09:21:00

Female drivers in Formula One are few and far between, but one woman aiming to change this is Susie Wolff. The 29-year-old is a development driver for Williams F1, where she works with engineers in a simulator and on track tests. She is about to compete in her seventh DTM racing car season for Mercedes Benz. She tells CNN about her journey so far.

Classic 1950s Silver Arrow back on trackupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 12:46:00

It's no wonder the illustrious Silver Arrow has a special place in the Mercedes team's hearts. The car with the distinctive silver livery has delivered some of its greatest victories -- from successive world championships in the 1950s to the China Grand Prix earlier this month.

Pirelli hits back at Schumacher criticismupdated: Mon Apr 23 2012 12:46:00

Pirelli has reacted with surprise at seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher's criticism of its tires.

Champion Vettel holds off Raikkonen to win incident-free Bahrain GP updated: Mon Apr 23 2012 07:09:00

Two-time world champion Sebastian Vettel held off the surprise challenge of Kimi Raikkonen in a Lotus to win Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix.

Despite protests, Bahrain Grand Prix runs without a hitchupdated: Sun Apr 22 2012 19:12:00

Days of escalating government protests failed to halt the Bahrain Grand Prix on Sunday, which took place even as nearby streets were blocked with burning tires and trash.

Vettel bounces back with Bahrain poleupdated: Sat Apr 21 2012 12:50:00

The last time Sebastian Vettel raced in Bahrain, it was the start of a season in which he became Formula One's youngest world champion.

As protests continue, Bahrain prince says Grand Prix 'builds bridges'updated: Sat Apr 21 2012 06:11:00

The Bahrain Grand Prix will act as a unifying force amid the nation's unrest, the Bahraini government said Friday, while opposition activists accused the Gulf kingdom's rulers of cracking down on demonstrations.

Security concerns in Bahrainupdated: Fri Apr 20 2012 13:09:00

Security will likely be a major issue during the Bahrain Grand Prix, as CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.

Bahrain uneasy ahead of Grand Prixupdated: Fri Apr 20 2012 12:52:00

As CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports, Bahrain's government says the Formula One Grand Prix race should be trouble-free.

Bahrain Crown Prince insists grand prix will not bow to extremistsupdated: Fri Apr 20 2012 12:52:00

Bahrain Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa has insisted Sunday's grand prix in the Gulf kingdom will go ahead despite continued anti-government protests on the country's streets.

Vettel aims to bounce back in Bahrainupdated: Fri Apr 20 2012 12:19:00

Sebastian Vettel is hoping to kickstart his season in Bahrain this weekend as he continues his bid to win a third consecutive world drivers' championship.

Safety fears raised as Bahrain protestors hurl petrol bomb over Force India carupdated: Thu Apr 19 2012 12:36:00

Two members of Force India's Formula One team have left Bahrain after a petrol bomb was thrown at one of the marque's cars during an anti-government protest.

Bahrain's 'calculated risk' auto raceupdated: Wed Apr 18 2012 13:27:00

The Bahrain circuit's chairman tells CNN's Fred Pleitgen about the decision to go ahead with the controversial F1 race.

Bahrain circuit boss: Race not a big riskupdated: Wed Apr 18 2012 13:27:00

Bahrain Grand Prix bosses have made a "calculated decision" to go ahead with the controversial race on Sunday, claiming civil rights protests have nothing to do with the event. Kahne wins Truck Series race at Rockinghamupdated: Sun Apr 15 2012 18:38:00

ROCKINGHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Kasey Kahne celebrated NASCAR's return to Rockingham Speedway with a win Sunday in the Truck Series race.

Rosberg breaks grand prix duck with victory for Mercedes in Chinaupdated: Sun Apr 15 2012 09:32:00

Nico Rosberg tasted grand prix success at his 111th attempt with a faultless drive to win the Chinese Grand Prix Sunday.

F1 chief gives Bahrain race green lightupdated: Sat Apr 14 2012 09:57:00

In an exclusive interview, Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone is adamant the Bahrain Grand Prix would take place.

Bahrain Grand Prix will go ahead, says F1's ruling bodyupdated: Sat Apr 14 2012 09:57:00

Motorsport's governing body has ended uncertainty over the Bahrain Grand Prix by issuing a statement confirming that the Formula One race will go ahead next weekend.

Rosberg claims maiden pole for China GPupdated: Sat Apr 14 2012 09:46:00

Mercedes' Nico Rosberg has secured the first pole position of his career at the qualifying session for Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai.

Funeral in Bahrain erupts in violenceupdated: Sat Apr 14 2012 09:07:00

Thousands of mourners defied government forces and took to the streets Friday in Salmabad, Bahrain, to attend the funeral of Ahmed Ismaeel, who was killed last week in anti-government protests, witnesses told CNN.

F1 chief Ecclestone: Sport and politics should not mixupdated: Fri Apr 13 2012 10:03:00

Should sport and politics mix? Bernie Ecclestone has told CNN that they should not -- and that is why he is happy for Bahrain to host a Formula One race next weekend despite protests from human rights groups unhappy with the kingdom's regime.

Schumacher: I feel safe in Bahrainupdated: Fri Apr 13 2012 06:57:00

Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has dismissed security fears ahead of next week's Bahrain Grand Prix.

Schumacher: Bahrain is safeupdated: Fri Apr 13 2012 06:57:00

F1 legend Michael Schumacher insists that Bahrain can safely stage its grand prix. CNN's Eunice Yoon reports.

F1's dilemma over Bahrain Grand Prixupdated: Thu Apr 12 2012 15:19:00

CNN's Dan Rivers explains how the controversy over a hunger striker is hanging over an F1 motor race in Bahrain.

Bahrain Grand Prix chief stands firm against 'scaremongering tactics'updated: Thu Apr 12 2012 15:19:00

Bahrain Grand Prix organizers insisted Tuesday that the Formula One race scheduled for the Gulf kingdom later this month will go ahead despite mounting pressure for it to be scrapped.

F1's new female driver aims to set wheels in motion for womenupdated: Thu Apr 12 2012 08:02:00

Susie Wolff, the second woman to join Formula One in recent weeks, hopes her new role will pave the way for more females in the elite level of motorsport.

F1 teams 'will not pull out of Bahrain GP' updated: Wed Apr 11 2012 18:29:00

Organizers for the controversial Bahrain Grand Prix have been given a boost after several Formula One teams, including world champions Red Bull, told CNN they will not unilaterally pull out of the race.

F1 urged to rethink Bahrain Grand Prix as protests continueupdated: Mon Apr 09 2012 09:46:00

Formula One bosses are under increasing pressure to review their decision to stage the Bahrain Grand Prix later this month.

Sauber boss backs F1 budget cap updated: Tue Apr 03 2012 11:35:00

The chief executive of Formula One team Sauber has backed recent calls for a budget cap saying that it would make the sport "more interesting."

Lotus v Lotus: What's in a name?updated: Thu Mar 29 2012 12:43:00

In the glitz and glamor world of Formula One, image is everything.

The value of the 'Lotus' nameupdated: Thu Mar 29 2012 12:43:00

Clive Chapman, son of Lotus founder Colin Chapman talks to CNN about the value of the Lotus name in Formula One.

Can anyone catch Red Bull Racing?updated: Wed Mar 28 2012 11:14:00

As the 2012 Formula One season begins, some are asking if anyone can stop Red Bull Racing and driver Sebastian Vettel?

Hamilton on pole as McLaren dominate F1 qualifying in Australiaupdated: Wed Mar 28 2012 11:14:00

Lewis Hamilton had a 2011 season to forget, but the former world champion showed on Saturday that he and McLaren teammate Jenson Button are ready to challenge Red Bull's Formula One supremacy. Bruce Martin: Three key storylines to watch as IndyCar series heads to Barberupdated: Wed Mar 28 2012 10:52:00

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Now that the long-awaited IZOD IndyCar Series opener has finally concluded, it's time to move away from the storyline that has cast its shadow over the sport since the tragic death of Dan Wheldon at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Beginning with this weekend's Honda Grand Prix, the new season marches forward. Here are three key questions to keep an eye on as the season progresses.

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