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Alonso Indy 500 sponsors get free deals to offset F1 woes

Alonso Indy 500 sponsors get free deals to offset F1 woes

The three other rookies in Sunday's 101st running of the Indianapolis 500 did attend the luncheon, sponsored by Indiana's dairy farmers, American Dairy Association Indiana and featuring milk and milkshakes. If your leaning towards the F1, all we're going to say is that double World Champion Fernando Alonso is jumping ship from the F1 to the Indy 500, meaning he'll miss the Grand Prix.


Wenger in the dark as Arsenal verdict looms

Wenger in the dark as Arsenal verdict looms

It was an impressively complete display, itself completed by the psychological conviction of responding to what could have been a ruinous late Chelsea equaliser for Aaron Ramsey to score the victor. Arsenal has won the FA Cup three times in the last four seasons and Ramsey has now bagged the victor twice. "After that goal, we tried to play but they deserved it".



Eden Hazard: Chelsea can send message for next year with double

Chelsea star Eden Hazard says he is yet to receive a new contract offer and will not rule out the prospect of leaving Stamford Bridge before next season. "The FA Cup and Champions League, why not?" Hazard hopes Chelsea will be ruthless and send a message that the Blues are the team to beat next season, with a new generation ready to rival Chelsea's serial winners of old.



Mike Pence's Graduation Speech Was Interrupted by Students Walking Out

WeStaNDFor put out a release last week explaining that they are primarily protesting Pence's opposition to gay rights, his attempts as governor to prevent Syrian refugees from resettling in IN, his support of President Donald Trump's immigration travel ban, and his opposition to sanctuary cities that do not enforce federal immigration laws.


Francis Coquelin dedicates FA Cup final win to Arsene Wenger

Francis Coquelin dedicates FA Cup final win to Arsene Wenger

After finishing fifth, Wenger and Arsenal missed out on Champions League football for the first time in 19 years. The Gunners board and Wenger will convene for a board meeting on Tuesday (30 May) where his future will be decided. For the trust from my team-mates and my manager because being sidelined for such a long time, I suffered a lot this season because you want to contribute on the pitch.