Race to Perfection: The new Sky, F1 docuseries70th Anniversary GP: Sky F1 TV timesBottas, who cruelly lost points and title ground with his tyre puncture last Sunday, set the pace in P1 - a tenth of a second ahead of championship leader Hamilton in the glorious UK sunshine. … [Read more...] about 70th Anniversary GP, Practice One: Valtteri Bottas fastest for Mercedes
Rival team Renault filed protests about the legality of the brake ducts, which were added to the “listed parts” under F1 rules for 2020. That means teams must design their own. Racing Point argued it was merely using information about the Mercedes parts to inform its own design. … [Read more...] about Sergio Perez still has coronavirus; will miss second consecutive F1 race
"The only opening Stokes gave to Abbas here was where he took guard, which is on and around leg. This is important because though he may move across the stumps significantly, because of where he starts off, there's a paper-thin opening. Otherwise, there's little else he does wrong through this" Abbas began from around the wicket, as part of the vogue or because he thought it made more sense in this situation. Two years ago, at Lord's, he had trapped Stokes lbw from over the wicket, with a ball that DRS ultimately found to have pitched just in line with leg stump. Stokes was done for length there, one of those that you could stay back to, you could move forward to, but you could be out to in both scenarios. … [Read more...] about No, no way! You cannot do that, Mohammad Abbas!
“Absolutely. I think I’m definitely ready,” Stidham said, via MassLive.com. “I’ve put in a lot of work this offseason to really improve mentally, physically in a lot of different areas. At the end of the day, I’m extremely excited to compete with Cam and [Brian Hoyer] as we go forward in training camp and getting into the season and things like that. I’m really looking forward to the competition. I love competing in whatever it is, so I’m really looking forward to it.” … [Read more...] about Jarrett Stidham “definitely ready” to compete with Cam Newton
“It’s a judged sport and the way the audience reacts to the program has some influence on how the judges interpret your performance,” he said. “I think we don’t want to stick to one demographic in terms of the fan base, the audience. It’s nice to incorporate everything. It’s cool to see all the guys competing have completely different styles, so each program new, unique and fresh.” … [Read more...] about Nathan Chen hopes to hip hop his way to Skate America crown