Blog: Scott Bennett

"Almost nobody knows it, but this team has come an unbelievably long way since it was first announced on Speed TV 11 months ago. I was at that press conference, and I was one of the first three or four people to start working on the design of the car shortly afterwards, all of us crowded with our computers around a wobbly conference table in a dreary, poorly configured former Nascar shop. I wish I had taken pictures."

Rossi signs for ART Grand Prix GP3 team

Alexander Rossi, the 18-year-old American who starred in Europe in 2009, winning in Formula Masters and running top six in his GP2 debut, has signed with GP2 Champions, ART Grand Prix, to race a full season of GP3 in 2010. GP3 is the new, GP2-promoted category that supports most European F1 races.

More American talent goes abroad

Three months ago, few people outside of the Skip Barber Racing School in North America would have recognized the names Connor De Phillippi or Brett Smrz. However, by the conclusion of their first ever overseas foray to England in late October the pair had earned instant acclaim due to their outstanding performances in the traditional Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch and the equally prestigious Walter Hayes Trophy Formula Ford race at Silverstone.

Young Americans make F1 test debut in Jerez

Alexander Rossi and J.R. Hildebrand added a chapter to the history books about American drivers in Formula One when they participated in the "young driver" test sessions at Spain's Jerez track during the first three days of December 2009.

Blog: Peter Windsor

"It's great to be back in the USA! We're all complaining a little about everything closing down for the New Year but – believe me – America is currently much more industrious than the UK."

The return of Michael Schumacher to Formula One

US F1 Team would like to congratulate Michael Schumacher on his return to F1 in 2010 with Mercedes.

Blog: Peter Windsor

"You are about to meet the first American F1 team to design and build its cars in the U.S.A. since Dan Gurney did so with his Eagle back in the ‘60s."

5 Questions with Ken Anderson, US F1 Team Principal, President & CEO

Ken Anderson takes on some questions about what is going on at US F1 Team.

US F1 Team names Dave Stubbs as Operations Manager

US F1 Team announced today that long-time F1 veteran Dave Stubbs has joined the team as its operations manager.

US F1 Team joins Formula One Teams Association (FOTA)

“We are honored and thrilled to join the Formula One Teams Association,” said Ken Anderson, US F1 Team principal.

Chad Hurley, co-founder and CEO of YouTube, joins US F1 Team

Taking on the might of the world’s best race teams just got a little bit easier for US F1 as it was announced today that Chad Hurley, YouTube co-founder and CEO, has joined the American operation in its quest to compete in Formula One.

US F1 Team hires former Cosworth Director of Motorsport Bernard Ferguson

The team announced today it has hired former Cosworth Director of Motorsport Bernard Ferguson as its lead engine consultant.

US F1 Team Principal Ken Anderson signs Concorde Agreement

US F1 Team announced today that Team Principal Ken Anderson signed the Concorde Agreement, the document that governs the sport of Formula One.

US F1 Team granted entry into 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship

The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) announced today that US F1 Team was one of three new teams to be granted entry into the 2010 FIA Formula One World Championship.

US F1 Team names former BMW executive Carl Flesher Director of Communications

US F1 Team announced today it has named former BMW marketing executive Carl Flesher its director of communications.

US F1 Team moves into headquarters facility in Charlotte, North Carolina

US F1 Team took another step in the right direction today when it announced it has officially moved into its headquarters facility in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Ken Anderson and Peter Windsor formally unveil plans for US F1 Team

Formula One veterans Ken Anderson and Peter Windsor announced live on SPEED today their plans to launch US F1 Team, which, if accepted, would become America’s first Formula One team in more than 40 years.