2012 Canadian Grand Prix preview – Montreal madness?

June 5, 2012 1:51 pm0 comments
2012 Canadian Grand Prix preview – Montreal madness?

This weekend Formula One rolls into Montreal at the famous Gilles Villeneuve circuit, scene of F1’s longest ever race in 2011. That weekend Jenson Button weathered the storm to claim his first victory of the season despite enduring a record number of safety car periods, 6 visits to the pitlane […]

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Euro 2012 – The taming of the Three Lions

June 2, 2012 11:29 am1 comment
Euro 2012 – The taming of the Three Lions

With little over a week until the start of the 2012 European Championships, the nation should be gripped with football fever. We should be placing the flags of St George strategically and carefully on our cars and bikes, our lucky red replica 1966 shirt should be being dug out again from the very […]

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Webber wins Monaco dogfight

May 28, 2012 6:08 pm0 comments
Webber wins Monaco dogfight

Mark Webber took his second victory around the streets of Monte Carlo yesterday after a four-way fight for victory resulted in the closest ever finish to a Monaco GP. With the top four cars separated by just two seconds at the chequered flag, Webber became the sixth different winner of a […]

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Has Manchester United’s Dominance of English Football Come to an End?

May 27, 2012 1:20 pm0 comments
Has Manchester United’s Dominance of English Football Come to an End?

Dumped out of the Champions League in the group stages, outplayed home and away by a mid-table La Liga side in the Europa League, knocked out of the F.A. Cup by arch-rivals Liverpool in the fourth round and beaten in the Premier League title race by their noisy neighbours: there […]

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Schumacher back on top – But advantage Webber

May 26, 2012 6:50 pm0 comments
Schumacher back on top – But advantage Webber

Michael Schumacher stormed to what should have been his 69th career pole position in Monte Carlo this afternoon – but starts 6th following his penalty for crashing into Bruno Senna in the Spanish GP. Mark Webber is the main beneficiary and moves forward to pole position for the 2nd time […]

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2012 Monaco Grand Prix preview – The ultimate prize

May 22, 2012 7:28 pm0 comments
2012 Monaco Grand Prix preview – The ultimate prize

This weekend Formula One hosts the most glamorous race of the year surrounded by the glamour and glitz of Monte Carlo. This really is the big one; ask any of the 24 drivers which race they would most like to win and it is guaranteed most of them will choose […]

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The Price of the Premiership

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The Price of the Premiership

In the aftermath of our Wembley heartbreak – the tangerine balloons have popped and the hangovers have subsided – West Ham can relish in their victory and look forward, not only to the millions the club will receive from their promotion, but also the money burning pint sized holes in […]

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Venezuela Victorious – Maldonado triumphs in Spanish masterclass

May 14, 2012 5:19 pm0 comments
Venezuela Victorious – Maldonado triumphs in Spanish masterclass

Pastor Maldonado became the first Venezuelan ever to triumph at motorsport’s highest pinnacle yesterday as he silenced his critics with a stunning win at the Spanish Grand Prix. The 27 Year-old absorbed relentless pressure from 2005/2006 World Champion Fernando Alonso to hand his Williams team their first victory in eight […]

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