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Yeehaw! Formula One is returning to the United States in 2012, bringing its ultra-fast cars and flair for the exotic to the land of longhorn cattle and cowboy hats.
The U.S. Grand Prix has been included on the 2012 Formula One calendar, ending fears the race in Austin, Texas, would be cut for financial reasons.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has given organizers of next year's U.S. Grand Prix another week to save the Texas race by proving they have the finances in place.
The 2012 U.S. Grand Prix will be canceled unless the organizers in Texas sign a contract with Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone by the end of next week and prove they have the money to put on the race.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone gave the organizers of the U.S. Grand Prix until the end of next week to sign a contract or the 2012 race in Texas will be called off.
The head of Formula One expressed doubts on Saturday over whether the 2012 United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, will go ahead as scheduled.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone expressed doubts on Saturday over whether the 2012 U.S Grand Prix will go ahead as scheduled in Austin, Texas.
The running of the Bahrain Grand Prix has been put in doubt less than a week since it was reinstated to the 2011 Formula One schedule, with Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone saying the race can't go ahead without approval from the F1 teams.
Formula One's governing body rescheduled the canceled Bahrain Grand Prix for Oct. 30, saying the decision reflects a "spirit of conciliation" in the troubled Gulf kingdom.
Bahrain has asked Formula One's governing body to reschedule its Grand Prix race when it meets Friday, insisting the country is returning to normal despite ongoing political tensions for months.
Ferrari awaited a decision Wednesday on whether it will face further sanctions from Formula One for breaking rules on team orders at the German Grand Prix.
Formula One's governing body decided Wednesday not to impose more sanctions on Ferrari for breaking rules on team orders at the German Grand Prix.