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F1 isn’t the most popular sport in the U.S. The dedicated fans who do watch Formula One typically find it on ESPN. Since 2018 they have relayed the Sky TV Sports coverage from the UK to American audiences.

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But what if you’re a cordcutter? Or a diehard fan wanting complete coverage? Or maybe you just can’t keep track of which of ESPN’s myriad of channels is the one to watch this week? The official F1 TV Pro subscription is your answer!

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Getting There – it isn’t always the fun part

Our trip to Austin was not the smoothest excursion.

Fans spill out onto the track after Räikkönen wins the 2018 US Grand Prix.

But we finally made it to COTA, joined friends for a great time and watched an exciting race with a nail-biter of a finish.
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Alfa Returns to F1

Well… at least in name.

The backmarkers known as Sauber will wear the serpenti beginning in 2018, but at least to start with, that’s about all. Ferrari powerplants will be supplied to the team along with technical know-how from Maranello.

Sauber Formula One Team have announced a multi-year technical and commercial partnership agreement with Alfa Romeo. The Italian car manufacturer, which is part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), will be joining the Sauber F1 Team as Title Sponsor from 2018 onwards. By doing so, Alfa Romeo is returning to Formula One after more than 30 […]

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