Don’t miss any of the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action plus Formula V8 3.5 from Jerez in Spain.
Several drivers had cause to be thrilled with their weekend’s work in Austin while others had a more trying time. Here’s the F1 Fanatic verdict on all of them.
Nico Rosberg can win the world championship on Sunday despite Lewis Hamilton taking his 50th career win yesterday. Here’s all the United States GP statistics.
Lewis Hamilton asserted himself in Austin. His fourth win at the track allowed him to chip into Nico Rosberg’s championship lead.
The Virtual Safety Car period decided the battle for second place as it allowed Nico Rosberg to make his pit stop and stay in front of Daniel Ricciardo.
Great starts by both McLaren drivers put them on course for a double points finish in Austin despite both starting outside the top ten.
A last blast on super-soft tyres allowed Sebastian Vettel to set the fastest lap of the United States Grand Prix by almost two seconds.
Who do you think was the best driver during the 2016 United States Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
The 2016 United States Grand Prix in pictures.
Nico Rosberg’s championship lead is reduced to 26 points by Lewis Hamilton’s victory in the United States Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two in the United States Grand Prix, with Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo completing the podium.
Lewis Hamilton scored his fourth victory at the Circuit of the Americas to keep his championship hopes alive.
What did you think of today’s race? Share your verdict on the 2016 United States Grand Prix.
A split in tyre strategies between the front runners has added further intrigue to what already is a crucial race for the championship.
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.
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.
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.