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Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes star sends warning to Sebastian Vettel after Monaco woe

Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes star sends warning to Sebastian Vettel after Monaco woe

I was just going flat-out, trying to go as fast as I can because for me it means that I'm staying ahead of Valtteri, first of all, and close to Kimi.'Yes we are the underdog and yes we need to catch up, ' said the Austrian. "We just need to understand it because Ferrari is able to understand and race the vehicle in these conditions and we have to do that". The three-time world champion finds himself second in the drivers' championship after six rounds, with Sebastian Vettel 25 points ...



Sailing-Ainslie loses to France in setback to America's Cup hopes

Skippered by Australian Jimmy Spithill , Oracle Team USA reached speeds of at least 42 knots as they left the French crew in their wake in their first race. However, despite Nathan Outteridge's team chasing down their French rivals, Groupama Team France kept their nerve and clinched an impressive victory.


D'back's Ray blanks Pirates

D'back's Ray blanks Pirates

Both starting pitchers departed with injuries . Neither team mounted a threat in the first three innings. The Pirates' best chance came in the fourth, when Josh Harrison led off with a double. Nova issued his first walk, to Chris Herrmann, loading the bases. Robbie Ray then grounded out to end the inning. Ray is coming off a masterful performance in Milwaukee, blanking the Brewers on two hits and striking out nine over seven innings.



Team NZ in controversial America's Cup win

On the water, they have caught their competitors off-guard with a pioneering switch to pedals to power their catamaran's hydraulics, while on land they were notably absent when other top teams endorsed a "framework agreement" for the future of the oldest trophy in global sport.


Cleveland Cavaliers aim to close out Celtics in Boston tonight

Cleveland Cavaliers aim to close out Celtics in Boston tonight

The Cavs had trailed by as many as 16 during that first half, showing numerous same issues that resulted in their stunning Sunday night loss. With about 30 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Irving pulled off this fun pass fake on the way to the hoop.


Durant, favored Warriors shrug off parity talk

Durant, favored Warriors shrug off parity talk

Brad Stevens would've been proud of his troops after the first half of Game 4 , when his Celtics held a 10-point lead thanks to four fouls on LeBron James - The King had never in his career picked up four fouls in the first half - but Cleveland unleashed in what many Australians refer to as the "premiership quarter".