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  • Malaysia frees Australia's 'Budgie Nine' after F1 stunt

    Nine Australian men who provoked anger in Malaysia by donning skimpy swimwear bearing the Muslim country's national flag at a Formula 1 race are released without charge.

  • All change for F1 as billion-dollar deal looms

    A new chapter dawns for Formula One with American media mogul John Malone poised to become the glittering but flawed sporting jewel's new custodian.

  • F1 boss’s mother-in-law freed

    Brazilian law enforcement agents storm a hideout near Sao Paulo on Sunday and free the kidnapped mother-in-law of Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

  • Button cleared to race after eye check-up

    Jenson Button is fit to drive in the German Formula One Grand Prix following a visit to hospital for a precautionary check-up after a piece of carbon dust lodged in his eye during practice on Friday.

  • Rosberg hoping to get back on top in Germany

    Nico Rosberg can banish the disappointment of losing to Mercedes team mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton in Hungary last weekend by winning in Germany on Sunday and taking back the overall points lead.

  • Uphill, sweaty battle for Lewis at Hungary

    Lewis Hamilton faces a demanding and sweaty battle with his championship-leading Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg and a potentially-rampant Red Bull team as he seeks a decisive victory at this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.

  • Hamilton poised to lead title race

    Lewis Hamilton heads into Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix fired up to complete a hat-trick of victories and seize the lead in the Formula One title race for the first time this season.

  • US Open increases prize money

    The 2016 US Open, the fourth and final Grand Slam of the year, will dish out a record $46.3 million in prize money, including $3.5 million for the men's and women's singles champions.

  • Hamilton grabs pole in Britain

    Lewis Hamilton held his nerve to grab pole position ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg for Sunday's British Grand Prix

  • Button needs a competitive car to stay in F1

    Britain's Jenson Button, the most experienced driver on the Formula One starting grid, says he needs a competitive car if he is to stay in the sport for an 18th season.

  • Raikkonen to stay at Ferrari next year

    Ferrari end months of speculation on Friday when they confirm that their popular Finnish driver Kimi Raikkonen is to stay with the team next year.

  • Hamilton wins Austrian GP

    Lewis Hamilton crashed with his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg in a wild final lap on Sunday as he claimed a dramatic victory in a pulsating Austrian Grand Prix.

  • Below-par Federer staggers into 2nd round

    Roger Federer is well short of his best as the seven-time Wimbledon champion advance to the second round with an uninspired victory over Argentina's Guido Pella on Monday.

  • Mercedes want a re-think on radio ban

    Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff has called for a re-think on the radio communications ban that robbed Lewis Hamilton of a chance to fight for a podium finish in Sunday’s European Grand Prix.

  • ‘Murray can end Djokovic's golden slam dream’

    Andy Murray has what it takes to ruin Novak Djokovic's dreams of sweeping to a 'golden slam', coach Ivan Lendl has said as the Scot prepares for another tilt at the Wimbledon title.

  • Hefty promises by new chess fed GS

    After being elected the new general secretary of Bangladesh Chess Federation (BCF), Syed Shahabuddin Shamim has promised to do everything they need to do to produce new Grand Masters and International Masters in the next four years.

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