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With the announcement of the new Grand Prix of America in New Jersey for 2013, the focus gets narrower as McLaren's Martin
Former F1 driver and world champion Jody Scheckter has weighed in on the recent death of Dan Wheldon and the state of Indycar
Dawn of a new era Formula One is a sophisticated sport. The amount of resources poured generously into the operations of
Everything in this world comes at a price. Facebook seemed to be simply a wonderful and free service that at worst showed us a few advertisements. Now it appears that the cost might be much higher. How much is you own privacy worth to you?
The future of Formula One racing could change in the next few months. The Concorde Agreement, which governs the sport's teams
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We've always been social creatures. Social networks and the web have not changed human nature, but they have provided a swifter delivery system for news and an engaging platform for discussion.
This weekend's Italian Grand Prix in Monza has a lingering safety concern--the blistering and camber settings the teams choose
There's something rotten about my laptop, and my phone, and my iPod and accessories. It's not that they were they made by lowly paid workers in poor conditions.
When French literary critic and theorist Roland Barthes declared the author dead in 1967, shock waves reverberated throughout the literary stratosphere. Today, I'd like to posit a similarly outlandish claim as it pertains to this dear fashion industry of ours: the trend.