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Motor racing: Hamilton says no plans to 'take a knee' in Austin
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Formula One title favorite Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday he sympathized with athletes protesting racism in the United States but had no plans to kneel during the national anthem before Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix.
Mercedes and Hamilton on brink of F1 titles
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton could be crowned Britain's first four-times Formula One world champion in Texas this weekend while Mercedes are on the brink of a fourth consecutive constructor's title.
Motor racing-Formula One drivers' form sheet
Oct 18 (Reuters) - Formula One drivers' form sheet ahead of Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix in
Motor racing-Formula One statistics for the U.S. Grand Prix
Oct 18 (Reuters) - Statistics for Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas (round 17 of 20 races):
Motor racing-Hamilton can lay claim to be F1's greatest Brit
By Alan Baldwin
Motor racing: Usain Bolt to put Hamilton under starter's orders
LONDON (Reuters) - Usain Bolt, the "world's fastest man", will be putting Formula One title favorite Lewis Hamilton under starter's orders for what could be a decisive U.S. Grand Prix this weekend.
Ecclestone moving to Switzerland after F1 exit
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's former commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone is moving further away from the sport he ruled for decades by relocating to Switzerland.
McLaren protege Norris wins Euro F3 title
LONDON (Reuters) - British teenager Lando Norris, singled out by McLaren as a Formula One star of the future, won the FIA European Formula Three championship in his rookie season on Saturday.
Race car driver Scott Tucker found guilty in U.S. payday lending case
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. jury on Friday convicted a race car driver who is also a Kansas businessman of crimes stemming from his online payday lending business, which prosecutors said made more $2 billion as it exploited millions of cash-strapped consumers.
New Zealander Hartley to make F1 debut in Austin
LONDON (Reuters) - Brendon Hartley will become New Zealand's first Formula One driver in 33 years at next week's U.S. Grand Prix after being called up by Toro Rosso on Friday as replacement for French rookie Pierre Gasly.
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