Is the new American Formula One team ready to go? Signs actually do point to yes, writes Dan Knutson.
Why did Scott Speed lose his F1 ride with Toro Rosso? Team boss Franz Tost claims America's only F1 driver simply underperformed, writes Dan Knutson.
America's only Formula One driver is getting the red-carpet treatment in Canada. California native Scott Speed will help F1 kick-start its North America doubleheader Sunday in Montreal.
Mercedes-Benz VP Norbert Haug likes the idea of one U.S. F1 race so much, he said the series should try for two, writes Dan Knutson.
What's the best way for an American to break into Formula One? For Californian Scott Speed, the answer was moving to Europe, writes Dan Knutson.
Formula One rookie Scott Speed said he learned a valuable and somewhat expensive lesson in Australia, writes Dan Knutson.
Fernando Alonso is the favorite to win the 2006 drivers' title, but he's not the only racer worth watching in F1, writes Dan Knutson.
Scott Speed got plenty of help on the way to being the first American in 13 years to join the Formula One fray, writes Dan Knutson.
Scott Speed is poised to become the first American Formula One driver in 13 years now that he has signed with Scuderia Toro Rosso for the 2006 season.
It's been a long time since a U.S. driver took part in a GP weekend. Scott Speed is about to change that.