June 19, 2005
A blunt message from a US race fan before the 2005 United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis started with only six cars on the grid
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The start of the 2005 United States Grand Prix with only six cars
Michael Schumacher leads at the start of the 2005 US Grand Prix
June 17, 2005
Ricardo Zonta spins off during practice
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The Inside Line sounds yet another warning that smaller teams will struggle to exist without the help of a cost cap
The Inside Line looks at the reasons why the Shanghai experience gets an unfair review every season from many on F1's travelling circus
After the thriller in Bahrain, ESPN looks at whether we can expect a repeat at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix and analyses all the off-track developments at Ferrari and Red Bull this week
Maurice Hamilton believes Stefano Domenicali was doomed to fail at Maranello due to Luca di Montezemolo and Ferrari's "unparralled pressure of national expectation"
McLaren's chief operating officer Jonathan Neale and ExxonMobil's Bruce Crawley talk ESPNF1 through why F1's fuel challenge makes the new era as exciting as any before
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