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Formula One

Who the Hell Is Juan Pablo Montoya?

In the third episode of Who The Hell Are You?, our motorsports correspondent Marshall Pruett throws some tough questions at the IndyCar and Formula 1 legend.

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An Afternoon With Schumacher's 2001 Ferrari
Ferrari F2001 chassis #211 will be auctioned next week, but it made …
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How Today's F1 Engines Burn Oil for More Power
In road cars, burning oil is a bad thing. In an F1 car, it's actuall…
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2021 F1 Cars Will Rev Higher, Abandon MGU-H
The FIA provided an outline for future engine regulations in Paris t…
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Max Verstappen's Penalty at the USGP Was 100 Percent Correct

The rules regarding track limits are cut and dry. Verstappen broke them.

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Will Formula One Go All-Wheel Drive?

Plus Miata updates, Newgarden's F1 ambitions, and more

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Brendon Hartley Will Race for Toro Rosso Again at the Mexico Grand Prix

The Porsche Le Mans winner has been invited back into the driver's seat at the expense of Daniil Kvyat.

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Verstappen Loses Third in USGP After Stewards Suddenly Care About Track Limits

Plus NASCAR's 'big one,' updates in mirror tech, and more.

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Here's Your 2017 United States Grand Prix Preview

Will this be the race where Lewis Hamilton is crowned 2017 champion? We spoke to NBC Sports' Will Buxton to find out.

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Here's How Much Quicker F1 Cars Have Become in Just 10 Years

F1's turbo hybrid era might not sound great, but the cars are unbelievably quick.

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Formula 1 Is Moving to ESPN

Over a year after Liberty Media's purchase of F1, the sport's television broadcasting rights have been acquired by ESPN.

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Here's Every Agonizing Angle of That Massive F1 Crash at Singapore

Turn one didn't go so well for a handful of drivers this weekend.

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Alonso Won't Race in the Indy 500 Next Year if He Stays in Formula One

"If I remain in Formula 1, it’s because I believe I can win next year."

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Fernando Alonso Has Retired From an Entire Season's Worth of Races With McLaren
If you add up all the retirements Alonso's had since he started racing with the British team, it's more than 20 races—or an entir…
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Felipe Massa Says He'll Go to Formula E After F1

The 36-year old Brazilian confirmed he's already spent some time behind the wheel of a Formula E car.

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Formula 2's New Car Gives Us a Peek at Next Year's F1 Halo

For 2018, Formula 2 has incorporated the halo safety bar, a feature expected in Formula 1 next season.

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Fernando Alonso's Car Couldn't Handle Fernando Alonso's Driving
The Spanish driver's McLaren got confused and didn't send adequate power when given full throttle at a corner where it didn't expect fu…
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How Formula 1 Got So Much Faster and Better to Watch in 2017

A few simple tire and aero changes were all it took to make Formula 1 exciting again.

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Everyone's Favorite Driver Will Be Back at Ferrari for the 2018 F1 Season

Kimi Raikkonen, the emotionless Finn known to most as the "Iceman," will continue to drive for Scuderia Ferrari.

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90 Percent of F1 Teams Apparently Opposed the Cockpit Halo

Nine out of 10 Formula 1 teams voted against the halo, but the FIA is still requiring it for the 2018 season.

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Formula One Will Introduce Cockpit Protection Halos for 2018

After testing several different designs, officials have decided on the three-pronged halo to be implemented next year.

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One of F1's Greatest Engine Builders Is Planning a Return to the Sport

Cosworth has been out of F1 since 2013, but reportedly, it could come back in 2021.

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Here's How Race Stewards Extract an F1 Driver in an Emergency

This video walks us through how FIA stewards remove a driver from a car if they're incapacitated.

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Sebastian Vettel Tests Formula One Cockpit Shield for the First Time

This is the first we've seen of the new protective shield on a car.

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Porsche Might Drop out of Le Mans to Start Building Formula One Engines

As Porsche decides whether or not to stay in the WEC, its focus shifts to open-wheeled racing.

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