• Formula 1 News

    • Pre-season testing in numbers – who went fastest, and furthest

      On the basis of 12 days of pre-season testing, it is reigning champions Mercedes who enter the season on a high, having set the quickest times and completed the most laps. But who came closest to matching the Silver Arrows – and who might be struggling in Melbourne? We crunch the numbers for both the […]

    • Wolff to drive for Williams in FP1 in Britain and Spain

      Susie Wolff will take part in two Grand Prix sessions in 2015, after Williams confirmed her participation in FP1 at both Spain and Great Britain. Wolff will also drive on the opening day of the post-race tests in Spain and Austria, as well as completing an “extensive programme of work” in the Williams simulator Source

    • 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

    FIFA News

    • Scottish hopes pinned on Celtic’s Invincibles

      FIFA.com reports from Scotland, where a clutch of Celtic players – unbeaten in 47 domestic games this season – have been called upon to revive the national team’s flagging FIFA World Cup hopes. Source: Fifa.com

    • Geynrikh: Goal-getter, selfie-shooter

      FIFA.com caught up with Uzbekistan icon Alexander Geynrikh, to discuss his country’s hopes of reaching the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, and his unique goal celebration against Syria in a qualifying match last year. Source: Fifa.com

    • Sharing the secrets to Serbia’s success

      After clinching a surprise triumph at FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015, Veljko Paunovic looks back on Serbia’s success and reveals how he overcame the daunting prospect of five-time winners Brazil in Auckland. Source: Fifa.com

    • New Zealand arrive in Saint Petersburg

      New Zealand landed at Saint Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport today, eight days ahead of their opening match against Russia at the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017. Source: Fifa.com

    Premier League News

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

      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 4-0 photo

      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 Bolton photo

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