It'd be nice to have cards showing practice, qualifying and race results after each session (either in full or for the teams/drivers you search for).
Additionally it'd be awesome to have a live card during the race showing current position, current tyre choice and number of pit stops, for your favorite drivers.
There are already full tables shown if you search for F1, so it shouldn't be that hard to implement a Google Now card.
And as the US grand prix is getting near. What a great time to get it working.
Come on Google. Get talking to Mr Ecclestone and Formula1.com
I'm just not a football fan.
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