Lewis Hamilton has spoken enthusiastically about the “massively challenging” Portimao circuit but says he needs to work out “where I went wrong” with his Mercedes car’s set-up in Practice Two on Friday.
Hamilton was the only current driver in the field when F1 previously tested at the undulating track in the Algarve in 2009, but that was in wet conditions and in an era when the cars were not as fast as they are now.
More than a decade on, and with the circuit making its full Grand Prix debut as…
Christophe Dominici dead: Former France international found dead at 48 – The Independent
French rugby great was part of the 1999 World Cup side that famously defeated New Zealand
Former France rugby international Christophe Dominici has died suddenly, aged 48.
Dominici was found dead on Tuesday.
His former club Stade Francais confirmed the tragic news after he was found at his home.
It is with immense sadness and deep heartbreak that Stade Francais Paris learns of the death of Christophe Dominici, a statement from the Top 14 club read.
During the 11 years spent under our colours, Christophe will have, thanks to his incredible talent and his class, greatly contributed to…
Liverpool will be the boring winners of the most unpredictable season ever – Football365.com
In This Most Unpredictable Of Seasons, it turns out that the best team with the best manager are the best. Liverpool are bloody boring.
Everyone else is playing their part in making this the Most Wide Open Season Ever, apart from one team. Sure, they toyed with the idea briefly for one whole game but then decided they weren’t going to play along with everyone else and were just going to ruin it. Again. The miserable, brilliant sods.
So whos this weeks prick then?Liverpool. Yeah, I said it. Liverpool Football Club is a prick. Well get into why this is in fact a massive compliment shortly, but if you want to fire off your tweet/email/comment…
Steve McClaren returns to Derby as technical director at ‘critical time’ – The Guardian
Derby have appointed the former England manager Steve McClaren as technical director
Derby have appointed Steve McClaren as technical director. The former England manager, who has had two spells in charge of Derby, has returned to Pride Park following an agreement between the owner, Mel Morris, and Derventio Holdings, which is set to complete a takeover.
Steve McClaren has agreed a contract to act as an adviser to the board with immediate effect, the club said. In this capacity he will assume the role and duties of both advisor and technical director, a position which has been identified…
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