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The 2006 United States Grand Prix Preview

Tom Keeble previews the tenth round of the season and rates the teams' chances of success at the United States Grand Prix

Formula One heads to the event which caused considerable embarrassment in 2005 as a six-car race left the weekend labelled a fiasco, booed by the hundreds of thousands of fans that travelled to Indianapolis. With the future of the event under negotiation, a solid show is required if the reputation of the sport is to recover...

Analysis

It seems almost as though Formula One is returning to the scene of a crime, after the Michelin tyre fiasco in 2005: the six-car event was certainly memorable for all the wrong reasons, even if it did afford Ferrari their only win. Early indications are that a repeat is not on the cards: with the return of tyre changes, even if a manufacturer is again overly aggressive, the race should take place.

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