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Formula One’s Blue Flags Leave Some Seeing Red

Formula One’s Blue Flags Leave Some Seeing Red

Sebastian Vettel of Scuderia Ferrari in action behind Pascal Wehrlein of Manor Racing during the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka, two weeks ago.
Mexico’s Formula One Evokes Go-Karts at Slippery Speeds

Mexico’s Formula One Evokes Go-Karts at Slippery Speeds

The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez has many grandstand areas with excellent views. Last year more than 300,000 spectators attended during the weekend.
For Race Fans in Mexico, Native Sons on Overlapping Paths

For Race Fans in Mexico, Native Sons on Overlapping Paths

Sergio Pérez, right, is in his second season with Force India and is one of two Mexican drivers in this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix.
Why Some Drivers Are Hired, Despite Their Records

Why Some Drivers Are Hired, Despite Their Records

Winning races, like Nico Rosberg did at the Mexican Grand Prix last year, is just one factor teams consider in choosing drivers. They also look at data, collected from hundreds of sensors packed into
A Young Driver’s Defensive Tactics Divide Rivals

A Young Driver’s Defensive Tactics Divide Rivals

Some drivers have been complaining about Max Verstappen’s defensive tactics.
Grand Prix Royalty, Looking to Rebound

Grand Prix Royalty, Looking to Rebound

The Williams team, dominant in the 1990s, has won one race in 11 years. One of its drivers, Felipe Massa, above, practiced before the Japanese Grand Prix this month.
The 1970 Mexican Grand Prix Was One of Passion and Chaos

The 1970 Mexican Grand Prix Was One of Passion and Chaos

Jacky Ickx, the Ferrari team leader, driving by fans on the grass in the 1970 Mexican Grand Prix.

Miming Photo in End Zone? Negative, the N.F.L. Says

The N.F.L. fined Giants defensive end Owa Odighizuwa $12,154 for an unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty issued after he pretended to take a picture in the end zone after a touchdown.
Sports Briefing: Hat Trick Lifts Rangers Over Lightning

Sports Briefing: Hat Trick Lifts Rangers Over Lightning

Dominka Cibulkova said her defeat of Angelique Kerber in the WTA Finals was the biggest victory of her life.
Sports Briefing: Rod Pampling’s Decade-Long Journey Ends With a 30-Foot Putt

Sports Briefing: Rod Pampling’s Decade-Long Journey Ends With a 30-Foot Putt

The Vendée Globe, a solo around-the-world sailing competition, began off the coast of France.
Rosberg May Claim Formula One Title, but Hamilton Still Holds Spotlight

Rosberg May Claim Formula One Title, but Hamilton Still Holds Spotlight

Nico Rosberg finished second in the Grand Prix in Mexico City last month behind his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton, who has often drawn more attention from the news media.

Sports Briefing: Amid Late Chaos, Nascar Whittles Title Field

Joey Logano advanced with a victory in an elimination race. He will race for his first Sprint Cup title against Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson.
On a New Jersey Speedway, a Thanksgiving Tradition Takes Another Lap

On a New Jersey Speedway, a Thanksgiving Tradition Takes Another Lap

A practice race at Wall Stadium Speedway in Wall Township, N.J., this month.
Jimmie Johnson Goes for History as a Nascar Season Full of Uncertainty Concludes

Jimmie Johnson Goes for History as a Nascar Season Full of Uncertainty Concludes

Jimmie Johnson will be seeking a record-tying seventh Nascar series championship Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Jimmie Johnson Ties Record With Seventh Nascar Championship

Jimmie Johnson Ties Record With Seventh Nascar Championship

Jimmie Johnson after winning the Ford EcoBoost 400 to join Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt as the only seven-time series champions.
Grand Prix chronicles: Double Points in Racing? Not After What Happened Last Time

Grand Prix chronicles: Double Points in Racing? Not After What Happened Last Time

Sergio Perez of Force India during qualifying runs for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Formula One Turns the Corner on a Troubled Era

Formula One Turns the Corner on a Troubled Era

Sebastian Vettel of the Ferrari team ahead of Fernando Alonso of the McLaren Honda team in the 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Sunday’s race is the last in a period noted for quieter, more energy-efficient
A Final Contest for Two of Racing’s Most Experienced Drivers

A Final Contest for Two of Racing’s Most Experienced Drivers

Jenson Button, left, and Felipe Massa share a moment during the drivers’ parade at the Italian Grand Prix in Monza in September.
At Mercedes, Racing Is ‘Business on Steroids’

At Mercedes, Racing Is ‘Business on Steroids’

Toto Wolff, the Mercedes team principal and chief executive, at the Grand Prix of Austria in July.