Backmarker costs Vettel victory
Sebastian Vettel said that getting held up by a backmarker cost him victory in the United States Grand Prix.
Ferrari defends Massa's grid drop
Ferrari has defended its decision to hit Felipe Massa with a self-inflicted gearbox penalty ahead of the United States Grand Prix in order to get Fernando Alonso on to the clean side of the starting grid.
Hamilton delighted to beat Vettel
Lewis Hamilton described his victory in the United States Grand Prix as the culmination of "a great weekend" as he beat Sebastian Vettel.
Third constructors' title 'remarkable' - Horner
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has congratulated his team on taking its third consecutive constructors' title at the United States Grand Prix this weekend, putting its success down to long hours, dedication and determination.
Ferrari should be 'proud' to remain in the fight - Alonso
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari should be "proud" it has remained in the running for the driver's championship as the paddock heads to the final race of the season in Brazil.
No penalty for Kovalainen over Glock clash
Heikki Kovalainen will not be penalised for a late-race incident in the 2012 F1 United States Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas on Sunday afternoon.
'I did the right thing for the team' - Massa
Felipe Massa admitted he was unhappy to lose five places on the grid for the United States Grand Prix but said he "did the right thing for the team".
Raikkonen bemoans cloud cover
Kimi Raikkonen said a drop in temperatures due to cloud cover prevented him from holding off Jenson Button as his tyres dropped off.
Button pleased with clean racing
Jenson Button said it was good to see clean racing during today's United States Grand Prix as he fought his way up from 12th on the grid to fifth place.
Williams pair brush off battle
Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna brushed off the battle that saw Maldonado snatch ninth place late on in the United States Grand Prix.
Perfect summary of title situation.
B2R's summary is correct so I will only tell you about the track suiting to which team. One should look at the last 4 years since the introduction of these new aero rules which have changed the aero dependency from upper part of the car to the rear of the car and the only team that have won the last 3 races is RedBull. In 2009, Webber qualified on pole, while because of chaotic qualifying session due to rain Vettel qualified 17, in the race Webber wins the race and Vettel finish 4th.
In 2010, again wet qualifying session sees Nico Hulkenberg's Williams to qualify on pole ahead of Vettel, on the race start Vettel takes over him at the first corner and then cruise to victory, in 2011, Vettel qualify on pole with Webber behind him, during the race due to some gearbox problem fall back to second while Webber wins the race.
So, it is easy to assume that this track is another where RedBull have a bit of advantage and the only thing that could become a problem for them is reliability but I hope that nothing happens in that regard and we have a title fight till the last lap.