Ever wondered what your favourite drivers listen to when they arent driving a Formula One car? Well, wonder no more...Ahead of this years U.S. Grand Prix the Circuit of the Americas has been asking the grid to name their favourite songs to listen to on the road. The circuits official website has released the choices of a select group of drivers.?The three most popular artists in the list below appear three times: Bruce Springsteen (Born in the U.S.A), The Eagles (Hotel California) and Michael Jackson (Billie Jean and Th**ler). Other standout selections include Valtteri Bottas Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) by The Offspring, Daniil Kvyat choosing Strangers in the Night by Frank Sinatra and Jolyon Palmer opting the BBCs iconic F1 theme song The Chain by Fleetwood Mac.?Here are the selections in fullewis Hamilton:Ty Dolla $ign - WavyTy Dolla $ign - CampaignMadeinTYO - I WantNico RosbergU2 - Beautiful DayThe Beach Boys - Surfin USAKings of Leon - Sex On FireSebastian VettelBruce Springsteen - Born in the USAPrince - Little Red CorvetteKimi RaikkonenAmerica - A Horse With No NameSteppenwolf - Born to Be WildPMMP - PikkuveliDaniel RicciardoUncle Lucius - Keep The Wolves AwayThe Lumineers - Stubborn LoveMr. Wives - The WesternMax VerstappenMichael Jackson - Billie JeanMichael Jackson - Th**lerValtteri BottasBruce Springsteen - Born in the USALynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home AlabamaThe Offspring - Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)Felipe MassaPharrell - HappyMark Ronson and Bruno Mars - Uptown FunkThe Eagles - Hotel CaliforniaEsteban GutierrezThe Killers - All These Things That Ive DoneKings of Leon - Use SomebodyRascal Flatts - Life is a HighwayRomain GrosjeanJustin Timberlake - Cant Stop The FeelingMark Ronson and Bruno Mars - Uptown FunkMichael Jackson - Billie JeanSergio PerezU2 - VertigoColdplay - Viva La VidaEnrique Iglesias - BailandoNico HülkenbergThe Eagles - Hotel CaliforniaThe Beach Boys - Surfin USAThe Rolling Stones - (I Cant Get No) SatisfactionDaniil KvyatMetallica - Whiskey in the JarMot?rhead - Ace of SpadesFrank Sinatra - Strangers in the NightFelipe NasrZZ Top - Sharp Dressed ManThe Doors - LA WomanPearl Jam - Even FlowMarcus EricssonLynyrd Skynyrd - Simple ManThe Eagles - Hotel CaliforniaAC/DC - Back in BlackJolyon PalmerRed Hot Chili Peppers - CalifornicationFleetwood Mac - The ChainKevin MagnussenBruce Springsteen - Born in the USA Carolina Hurricanes Store . 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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he was skeptical that having full-time referees would improve officiating in the league.The commissioner also said the league is looking at a number of ways to make broadcasts shorter, including cutting some advertising in response to television ratings being down this season.Goodell addressed the issues at a New York Times conference Thursday amid increased talk that having part-time referees has contributed to the NFLs officiating issues.Goodell said he thought having full-time officials would not eliminate the human element, adding that he would consider it only if I thought full-time officials would solve the problem.As you see, there are officiating mistakes in other leagues, and theyre full-time officials, Goodell said. I dont think thats going to eliminate the human element. What we want to do is get the best people on the field to officiate the game to the highest levels. Our officials work incredibly hard, and the reality is they do a great job. But theyre going to miss calls.Goodell also addressed the use of replays and its impact on the pace of the game.?How much replay do you want to have? Because it can slow the game down to a halt, he said. So it goes back to the pace of game. If you can challenge every play, were going to spend more of our time watching video. We replay all scoring plays, and I get this reaction from fans quite a bit, and partners. A touchdown play, everybodys focused on it, its a great play, its a great time to celebrate, but were not sure if its really a touchdown yet, so it takes the celebration out of it. So you have to find that balance in there where you use technology to improve officiating.The average length of regular-season games last seasoon was 3 hours 8 minutes, six minutes longer than in 2008.ddddddddddddNew Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton vented his frustrations over the leagues officiating last week, telling NBC Sports Radios Pro Football Talk Live that its madness the NFL doesnt employ full-time officials.There arent many Mondays that go by that there arent at least 28 to 30 head coaches that are ticked off about certain calls that were missed or werent made. You see it all the time, Payton said. And its the frustration that the system currently hasnt improved. We say it has, but it hasnt.Were the only league that has officials that have primary other jobs, which is really madness. We can pay these guys. They should be full-time NFL officials, and they should be working throughout the week, communicating. And I know they get their hour in here, their hour in there, and maybe even more than that. But by and large, every other sports league employs full-time officials. And ours, these guys all have other signi**nt jobs. And I just think its very diffi**t to do with the speed of the game.Payton cited a pass interference non-call from the Atlanta Falcons loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 8 and a pass interference call on the Saints against the Oakland Raiders in Week 1.NFL senior vice president of officiating Dean Blandino acknowledged two mistakes made by the officiating crew in Monday nights game between the Seahawks and Bills, including not flagging Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman for unnecessary roughness as he attempted to block Bills kicker Dan Carpenters field goal attempt at the end of the first half. ' ' '