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The return of the US Grand Prix is the latest attempt to crack a lucrative but crowded market

F1 rolls into Nascar country

The return of the US Grand Prix is the latest attempt to crack a lucrative but crowded market, reports Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

Interview: In-form Vettel takes championship by the horns

Double world champion tells James Allen how he learnt to bide his time before his season finally came good

Lewis Hamilton checks his performance in the McLaren pit

Telemetry: Every second counts in race for first place

Team engineers pore over mountains of data at every Grand Prix as they search for an advantage over their rivals, writes Roger Baird

Constructors: Mercedes hope Hamilton will be final ingredient in its formula

Recruitment of the British driver is part of a wider strategy, writes James Allen

Technology: UK shows its mettle with engineering expertise

Motorsport is key to a vibrant cluster of UK companies, says John Murray Brown

FIA president Jean Todt
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Interview: Todt tries the consensual approach to regulation

FIA president sets out his priorities for motorsport to Roger Blitz and James Allen

Young drivers: Talent-spotting process moves up several gears

Teams provide cash and career guidance, writes Simon Gray

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