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We've just launched our very special WAP service, so you now can get all the latest news on your mobile phone wherever you are. To find out more, click here.

We know that F1 fans love to get close to the action, so Autosport.com has now got its own Grand Prix Gallery section. With some of the best F1 action photography you will find on the web, our gallery brings you all the glamour and excitement of Formula 1 to your desktop. We'll be building it up over the coming weeks so you'll have a complete story of the F1 2000 season in pictures. To see the gallery simply click on F1 in the chequered flag at the top of the page, or click here.

And new for this weekend, Autosport.com now has live timings from CART qualifying and race sessions. So to get all the action from Mid-Ohio this weekend, and for the rest of this season's races, look out for the links on Saturday and Sunday.

Jim Bamber's cartoons in AUTOSPORT are an integral part of the magazine, and Jim's unique view on the world of F1 is going to be available on the web. Keep an eye out for Jim's animated cartoons coming to Autosport.com very soon.

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