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Ferrari has chosen its number one driver - Hamilton

But those hopes were soon dashed after the German took the lead after Raikkonen went to the pits early whereas Vettel was left out for five more laps. "I'll be pushing and the guys will be pushing to fully understand because we don't want to be in this position", Hamilton said. "You never like seeing a auto tip over because you don't know if his head's going to hit anything, but the most important thing is that Pascal is okay".


Phoenix Suns land the fourth pick in 2017 Draft Lottery

Phoenix Suns land the fourth pick in 2017 Draft Lottery

So, dissecting the Lakers options, here are three routes the Lakers could take with their second overall selection. "I think we'll receive more calls than we'll make", he said. 1 pick, but we trust the process and it's going to be exciting to see what we're going for". The Sixers pick conveyed at fifth, but thanks to the Kings pick swap (!) they moved up to third.



Sebastian Vettel wins the Monaco GP

And so it proved. It was also the 29-year-old German's second Monaco triumph, his third win this year and the 45th of his career, lifting him 25 points clear of Hamilton of Mercedes in the title race. Raikkonen told reporters he had "got the bad end of the story... it's still second place but obviously it doesn't count a lot in my books at least".


Opening day nightmare for Kerber

Opening day nightmare for Kerber

Of course there's a few things to improve but that's expected after such a long time out and I'm really happy. She needed just an hour and 13 minutes to wrap up victory and will play either Bethanie Mattek-Sands or Evgeniya Rodina in round two.


A timeline of Tiger Woods' career

A timeline of Tiger Woods' career

As CNN notes, it's unclear if Woods actually tested positive for any intoxicating substances, but his arrest brings with it a pretty serious question nonetheless: exactly how bad is this mugshot? The PGA didn't comment on the pro golfer's arrest, and Tiger Woods himself has yet to make a statement regarding the arrest.



Sailing: Britain's Ainslie loses to France in America's Cup setback

Nationality rules have long since been dumped, although the British, French and New Zealand teams have strong national representation. Swedish crew members were incredulous at the "port-starboard" ruling, effectively meaning they didn't leave enough room for Team NZ's AC50 catamaran to safely turn.