Team US FI has told its staff to stop working on the current car, but team boss Ken Anderson hopes the team can make it to Formula 1 for the 2011 season, Autosport.com reported Tuesday.
Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch said the timing isn't right for him to race in Formula One for the new F1 team based in Charlotte.
Is the new American Formula One team ready to go? Signs actually do point to yes, writes Dan Knutson.
Peter Windsor and Ken Anderson, owners of the newly minted USF1 team, may not yet have essentials like cars, drivers or a shop. But they have a plan, writes Ryan McGee, and that's certainly a start.
The founders of a new U.S.-based Formula One team plan to hire a pair of American drivers, and Mario Andretti believes his grandson is the perfect choice to fill one of the seats.
IndyCar star Danica Patrick says she has not been contacted by anyone from the new American-based Formula One team and has no plans to leave the IndyCar Series.
In the heart of NASCAR country, a new chassis company for the IRL is hard at work.
Greg Anderson wrapped up his fourth Pro Stock season championship and first since 2005, qualifying fourth Saturday in the Auto Club NHRA Finals.
Greg Anderson lost his Charlotte home in an accidental fire. He almost lost his team owner to a stroke. So why is the three-time NHRA Pro Stock champ smiling?
Pro Stock ace Greg Anderson has plenty of incentive to win this week's NHRA stop at Vegas. Team owner Ken Black will make his first appearance since suffering a stroke in 2009.