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Vettel does not think before he acts - Ricciardo

Vettel does not think before he acts - Ricciardo

This damaged both cars - loosening further the head-rest in Hamilton's auto so severely that he was ordered to pit on safety grounds for repairs - and caused Vettel to lose his temper by pulling alongside Hamilton and then turning into him.


Date and details of Team NZ homecoming parade

Date and details of Team NZ homecoming parade

Peter Burling may still be basking in the glory of winning this year's America's Cup with Team New Zealand, but the young helmsman already has some thoughts on what type of boat he'd like to be in for the Cup's defence in four years time. Murray, who is one of the most successful Americas Cup veterans, has previously worked on winning campaigns with Team New Zealand, Switzerlands Alinghi and Oracle Team USA.


Usain Bolt to make European bow in farewell season

Usain Bolt to make European bow in farewell season

The event will commence from August 5. "I've discussed with my coach (Glen Mills) what he thinks I should do, whether I end my season after the World Championships, we haven't fully made up our mind on what we're doing yet", Bolt said. "To run here for the last time is a great feeling because I've been coming here for years.it's nearly like home, it's a wonderful feeling". "Every meet will be emotional", he said.


Sky Sports cuts prices for devoted fans

Sky Sports cuts prices for devoted fans

There will be two stations dedicated exclusively to football and one each for golf and cricket, which join the already existing Formula One channel. The report claims that Sky are overhauling their sports channels in an attempt to combat a decline in viewership.



Ricciardo wins Azerbaijan Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton branded world championship leader Sebastian Vettel as a "disgrace" and challenged the German to "prove you're a man" after he deliberately crashed into him in Sunday's tempestuous Azerbaijan Grand Prix . Imagine all the young kids that are watching Formula One today and see that kind of behaviour from a four-time world champion. "It says it all". But despite the effect Vettel had on the race, Brundle reckons he's been punished enough for his role in the incident.