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Mohammed Ben Sulayem elected to succeed Jean Todt as FIA president | 2021 F1 season

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:1 Minute, 39 Second FIA members have voted Mohammed Ben Sulayem as the new FIA president following today’s election at the general assembly. Ben Sulayem defeated opponent Graham Stoker to become the FIA’s first non-European president in the organisation’s 117-year history. Ben Sulayem’s campaign secured 62% of the vote, his team confirmed in a statement, meaning he has won the right to replace outgoing FIA president Jean Todt, who stepped down today after completing ...read more

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Dec 17, 2021

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'Robbed' Hamilton will 'never get over' title loss

Dec 17, 2021

Deposed Mercedes champion Lewis Hamilton will "never get over" the controversial climax to the Formula One season in Abu Dhabi, according to team chief Toto Wolff. Wolff said Hamilton was "robbed" and the end-of-race decision-making had left him a "sitting duck" for Max Verstappen. AS IT HAPPENED: Aussies rocked as captain ruled out due to COVID-19 rules READ MORE: England architects of own demise on day one READ MORE: NSW great's golden line that shut up Fatty Vautin The Mercedes b ...read more

Verstappen’s title-winning last-lap pass on Hamilton was “very painful” due to cramp | 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:3 Minute, 1 Second Max Verstappen revealed he was in agony as he performed the last-lap pass on Lewis Hamilton which clinched the world championship. The Red Bull driver overtook his rival at turn five as the final lap began, following a late restart which was the subject of post-race controversy lasting several days, until Mercedes dropped its threat of an appeal. Verstappen collected his championship trophy at the FIA prizegiving ceremony yesterday. The Red Bull driver, ...read more

Tom Curran, Ben Manenti Out of BBL 2021/22

Dec 17, 2021

Possibly one of the most successful T20 franchise sides in the world after Mumbai Indians, Sydney Sixers have won 3 KFC Big Bash League titles including 2 consecutive victories in the tournament so far. They’ve begun BBL 11 well so far with 3 wins in 4 games and they’re well on course to complete a hat-trick of victories but now, some injuries will hurt their bowling attack for the rest of the season. We’re talking about a neck-injury that put spinner Ben Manenti out of the rest of t ...read more

England great cries foul over conditions

Dec 17, 2021

Former England batter Kevin Pietersen was quick to criticise the conditions in Australia as his old side slumped their way a sorry end on day two at the Adelaide Oval. As the weather forced players from the field, England were looking down the barrel of another huge task, ending the day 2-17 after Australia declared on 473. The oft-opinionated Pietersen was quick to blame factors beyond the quality of play. AS IT HAPPENED: Australia stamp authority on day two READ MORE: Weather gives Engl ...read more

Verstappen: No reason for “disillusioned” Hamilton to quit F1

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:2 Minute, 35 Second Hamilton was left upset by the way that a late race safety car restart call in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix cost him the world championship title on the final lap in Abu Dhabi last weekend. His Mercedes team has said that the Briton has been left “disillusioned” by the way things were handled, and it has suggested there is no guarantee that the seven-time champion will return to F1 in 2022. A potential departure for Hamilton would rob the sport of what has b ...read more

LPL 2021: Jeffrey Vandersay Picks Triple Wicket Maiden

Dec 17, 2021

It’s always a good time when you’re watching T20 cricket but some Sri Lankan cricketers made it even more special today as we witnessed a good match in the ongoing Lanka Premier League (LPL). Today was a virtual quarter final between Colombo Stars and Kandy Warriors at LPL 2021 and we got a match worthy of the occasion in Colombo as well. Credits: Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images Firstly, it was the Stars who batted first and they managed a good score of 182/6 and this was way abov ...read more

Chappelli blasts English selectors after tough day

Dec 17, 2021

Australian Test great Ian Chappell says England need to get back to basics if they have any hope of turning the tide in the second Ashes Test. As weather stopped play late on day two, the visitors were left in a deep hole after another long day in the field. "They haven't had much luck, you can certainly say that — it [the weather] came at the right time for England, it wasn't fun batting out there," Chappell tells Wide World of Sports. AS IT HAPPENED: Australia stamp authority on day two ...read more

Warner & Labuschagne 90s See Australia In Control Of Day 1 In Adelaide

Dec 17, 2021

Last Updated on 16 Dec 2021 8:33 pm (UK Time) David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne both got to 95 for Australia as they finished Day 1 of the Adelaide test on top in the 2nd Test of this winter’s Ashes series. Team News Australia make 2 changes to their line-up from last week’s test in Brisbane with Michael Neser and Jhye Richardson coming into the team as new captain Pat Cummins misses out after close contact with someone who’s had Covid with former captain Steve Smith taking over ...read more

Rast reunites with G-Drive Racing for Rolex 24 at Daytona

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:1 Minute, 49 Second The Russian entrant, continuing its partnership with Algarve Pro Racing, will make its debut in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season opener as part of its preparations for a return to the FIA World Endurance Championship with a single Oreca 07 LMP2 next season. It will run two Orecas in the LMP2 class at Daytona, with Rast joined in its #26 entry by former IndyCar racer Ed Jones, FIA Formula 3 graduate Oliver Rasmussen and bronze-rated Francois ...read more

Adding the Numbers Up: Does the Accountant Make AEW Dynamite Better?

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:2 Minute, 54 Second There are many things that determine if a wrestling show is good: quality matches, entertaining promos, hot crowds, and engaging storylines. But what if there was a more important factor? What if what truly determined a show’s quality was not any of the things I just listed, but Anna Kendrick blankly staring at a Jackson Pollock painting while a solemn Sean Rowe song plays in the background? I’m doing a short and very stupid statistical look at the c ...read more

England great cries foul over Ashes 'nonsense'

Dec 17, 2021

Former England batter Kevin Pietersen was quick to criticise the conditions in Australia as his old side slumped their way a sorry end on day two at the Adelaide Oval. As the weather forced players from the field, England were looking down the barrel of another huge task, ending the day 2-17 after Australia declared on 473. The oft-opinionated Pietersen was quick to blame factors beyond the quality of play. AS IT HAPPENED: Australia stamp authority on day two READ MORE: Weather gives Engl ...read more

Crew chief Drew Blickensderfer to leave FRM

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:1 Minute, 5 Second The veteran CC has spent nearly 400 races atop the pit box at the Cup level. He worked with Roush Fenway Racing, Richard Petty Motorsports, and Richard Childress Racing before joining Front Row Motorsports in 2019. Blickensderfer won in his very first race as a Cup Series crew chief, taking victory in the 2009 Daytona 500 with driver Matt Kenseth. He and Kenseth would win the very next weekend at Auto Club Speedway as well. In 2011, he won at Daytona once ...read more

Why Mercedes believe they would have won an appeal but still lost the title | 2021 F1 season

Dec 17, 2021

Read Time:7 Minute, 34 Second Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff did not hold back on the debacle which saw Lewis Hamilton lose the world drivers’ championship in excruciating circumstances at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. “The decisions that have been taken in the last four minutes of this race have robbed Lewis Hamilton of a deserved world championship,” seethed Wolff yesterday. “Robbing him in the last lap of the race is unacceptable.” Yet, despite Wolff and Mercedes’s palpabl ...read more