In the round-up: Blocking ban ‘about having respect’ – Hamilton • Bottas ‘to stay at Williams’ • Stroll begins Williams test
A split in tyre strategies between the front runners has added further intrigue to what already is a crucial race for the championship.
Sebastian Vettel admitted he was unsure why Ferrari has not qualified as well this weekend as they did in Japan.
Drivers will be given an additional warning when they are about to be lapped by a rival following complaints during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2016 United States Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton took his ninth pole position of the 2016 season after setting record-breaking pace in a close battle with team mate Nico Rosberg.
Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two in qualifying at the Circuit of the Americas followed by the Red Bulls and Ferraris.
The FIA has warned drivers they will now be reported to the stewards if they change direction under braking and force a rival to take avoiding action.
Max Verstappen led Daniel Ricciardo in a Red Bull one-two in the final practice session but the Mercedes drivers clearly had more pace in hand.
Daniil Kvyat will remain at Toro Rosso for the 2017 season, the team has confirmed.
In the round-up: Better for F1 if Rosberg loses – Ecclestone • Long calendar driving F1 staff out • Wolff “surprised” by Brawn comments
Toto Wolff has said a “miscommunication” within the Mercedes team led to a protest being lodged, then withdrawn, against Max Verstappen in Japan.
Daniel Ricciardo was not getting carried away by his performance after lapping within two tenths of a second of the Mercedes drivers on Friday in Austin.
Nico Rosberg took over from Lewis Hamilton on the top of the times sheets in Austin – and the Mercedes pair were separated by a Red Bull.
Lewis Hamilton badly needs to halt Nico Rosberg’s title charge at the Circuit of the Americas. Can he do it? It’s time to make your predictions.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2016 United States Grand Prix.
The Mercedes drivers occupied their customary position at the top of the times sheets in first practice for the United States Grand Prix, but with an inflated margin over their rivals.
F1’s new rules aren’t going to get rid of rolling starts completely and we are likely to see more racing laps spent the Safety Car as a result of them.
In the round-up: Bottas “not talking to Renault” • Ricciardo fault traced to fuel flow meter • Hamilton wants New York race
Sebastian Vettel says extending his Ferrari contract beyond the end of next season is not a priority for him at the moment.