Formula 1 News

  • Red Bull reveal ‘traditional’ 2015 livery

    Having used a unique black and white ‘camouflage’ livery throughout testing, Red Bull have revealed the colour scheme that will adorn their RB11 car during the 2015 season proper. As expected, the Milton Keynes-based squad has retained its traditional dark blue livery, with purple highlights on the sidepods Source

  • FIA clarifies new helmet design rules

    Formula One racing’s governing body the FIA has published new helmet livery rules intended to make the drivers more recognisable while they are out on track. Drivers will now be restricted in the number of changes they can make to their helmet design during each season, meaning fans both at the track and those watching […]

  • Ferrari met all test objectives – Arrivabene

    Ferrari enter the 2015 FIA Formula One World Championship having met all of their pre-season testing goals, according to team principal Maurizio Arrivabene Source


  • Returning heroes spy Libertadores glory previews the 2016 edition of Latin America’s biggest club competition, the Copa Libertadores, as several stars return to their childhood clubs in the hopes of lifting the coveted trophy and a place at the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2016. Source:

  • FIFA recruiting female security officers

    Safety and security at football events across the world has always been the highest priority for FIFA. To ensure this, the FIFA Security Division is providing support and expert advice in security-related matters to host countries, local security agencies, Local Organising Committees and FIFA’s Member Associations. Source:

  • Doe: There’s been a transition in security for women

    With FIFA looking to attract more female Security Officers from around the world, we talk to Deborah Doe – who has performed the role at a number of FIFA tournaments – about the changes in the industry and the role. Source:

  • Renard appointed as new Morocco coach

    Morocco have appointed two-time CAF Africa Cup of Nations-winning coach Herve Renard to lead the side, replacing Badou Zaki in charge of the Atlas Lions. Source:

Premier League News

  • S.Korea’s midfielder Lee Chung-Yong breaks legphoto

    South Korea midfielder Lee Chung-Yong will be out of action for nine months after breaking his leg in a pre-season friendly playing for English Premier League side Bolton. Source

  • Man United outclass MLS All-Stars 4-0photo

    English Premier League champions Manchester United outclassed Major League Soccer’s All-Stars for the second straight year, beating the hosts 4-0 in their friendly. Source

  • Reo-Coker heads to Boltonphoto

    Former England Under-21 midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker has completed his move to Bolton Wanderers, the English Premier League club announced on Wednesday. Source