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The future of formula one in the United States hangs in the balanceafter what must rank among the greatest PR disasters in the historyof this or any other sport. The failure of the teams to agree on asolution to a tyre problem that had emerged 48 hours earlier shamedall involved in grand prix racing. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 21 June, 2005)
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World champion Michael Schumacher scored a hollow victory in the U.S. Grand Prix after only six cars started Sunday’s race due to safety fears over the reliability of Michelin tires. (CNN — 20 June, 2005)
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Fans declare grand prix the pits
Fans declare grand prix the pits

World champion Michael Schumacher claimed a hollow victory at the US Grand Prix after only six cars started the race because of a fiasco over tyre safety. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 June, 2005)
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Ferrari’s Michael Schumacher wins a US Grand Prix marred by thewithdrawal of 14 cars running on suspect tyres. – (The Age — 20 June, 2005)
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Angry US fans are threatening Formula One chiefs with multi-million-dollar lawsuits over the Grand Prix in Indianapolis on Monday (AEST), when only six cars raced. (The Australian — 20 hours ago)
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Michelin plan to stay in Formula One despite the fact that the teams using their tires did not race in Sunday’s U.S. Grand Prix over safety concerns. (CNN — 20 June, 2005)
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Italian Jarno Trulli gave Toyota their first F1 pole position at a U.S. Grand Prix that has been overshadowed by the threat of teams refusing to race after crashes in practice. (CNN — 19 June, 2005)
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The sport tore itself apart in full view of the world yesterday (AEST) as the US Grand Prix turned into an epic farce. (The Australian — 21 June, 2005)
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Mclaren, looking for a North American Formula One double after Kimi Raikkonen’s victory in Canada, underlined their intentions with the top two times in today’s practice for Monday’s US Grand Prix. (The Australian — 18 June, 2005)
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Three lawsuits have been filed by Formula One fans seething overthe decision to stage the US Grand Prix with only six cars. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 June, 2005)
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All seven Formula One teams who failed to race in Sunday’s US Grand Prix over fears their Michelin tyres might be dangerous have been charged with bringing the sport into disrepute. (The Australian — 22 June, 2005)
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Toyota’s Ralf Schumacher will miss Sunday’s U.S. Grand Prix after crashing heavily at the Indianapolis circuit for the second year in a row. (CNN — 19 June, 2005)
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