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The Indy 500 and Monaco Grand Prix are the jewels in the crown of their respective categories, and provide a bumper double for motorsport fans this weekend.
Monaco is Formula One’s happy place. The impractical and dangerous streets of the cash-loaded principality have no real business forming a Formula One track, but this rusted-on race has come to represent that anything is possible for Formula One.
ust a week after producing a widely-publicised raft of radical proposals to reform the sport, Formula One’s controversial ‘Strategy Group’ was on Thursday described as “not fit for purpose” by leading team bosses who want to see it scrapped as soon as possible.
I was worried about how useful Sony’s Smart Tennis Sensor would be as I stepped onto the court to give it a whirl, but it quickly became clear that the seemingly simple little sensor has the potential to drastically improve the game of anyone that’s even half serious about it.
Mercedes have announced that reigning Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has signed a new three-year deal, extending his stay with the German marque until 2018.
Bernard Tomic’s struggles on clay have continued ahead of the French Open, the Australian No.1 retiring during his first round ATP match in Nice.
In what was billed as a pivotal meeting for the future direction of the sport, the Formula One strategy group met on Thursday and decided to accelerate Formula One’s demise.
Formula One fizzled back into life last weekend as teams and drivers reconvened in Barcelona for the start of the European middle leg of the 2015 season.
After another processional Grand Prix, the entertainment value of Formula One is again under the spotlight. While the Circuit de Catalunya always tends to produce a borefest, it’s become a common occurrence in Grand Prix racing.
Two former world number ones, Adam Scott and Tiger Woods, are in urgent need of an adrenalin boost.
Australia is set to field three seeded players at the French Open, with Nick Kyrgios’ win over Roger Federer helping him to a career-high ranking.
In some respects the opening four rounds of the season are points-paying testing rounds.
Daniel Ricciardo continued smiling Thursday as he admitted that Red Bull’s setbacks this season have forced him to revise his ambitions.
After defeating his childhood hero, Roger Federer, in three sets at the Madrid Open, Australian young-gun Nick Kyrgios finds himself staring at a likely seeding for the 2015 French Open.
Rising Australian star Nick Kyrgios has produced a stunning upset to knock his boyhood idol, world No.2 Roger Federer, out of the Madrid Open.
History could repeat for Australian touring cars as the V8 Supercars grid looks set to welcome the likes of Nissan Skylines and Ford Mustangs, in a throwback to eras when the performance models dominated the series.
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While journeyman, young guns, and everyone in between battle their way through the qualifying rounds of Roland Garros today, the focus and chatter around the grounds will rest firmly on the subject of Novak Djokovic.
Today see’s the women start their campaign in qualifying as they try to make the main draw of the French Open.
The year’s second Grand Slam tournament is now less than a week away and there will be so many contenders for the 2015 French Open, with Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Simona Halep among the big names to watch out for.
The year’s second Grand Slam tournament is now under a week away and there will be many contenders who will look to knock Rafael Nadal off the throne for just the second time ever.
With the new era of V8 Supercar television (and online streaming) upon us, there is some confusion as to how the final ratings numbers are arrived at.
The second Grand Slam of the year is upon us as the men start to qualify for the French Open at Roland Garros in Paris.
Another of the oft-maligned SuperSprint weekends has been run and won, under clear skies in rural Victoria. Here are my six biggest takeaways from a very interesting event in terms of the overall championship picture:
Welcome to what will hopefully be a weekly update on Australians in the ATP, WTA and ITF where we will review the previous week’s results and highlight those who have done well.
There is just one week left before the French Open gets underway in Paris and there will be some burning questions asked as the world’s best players fight it out for the second Grand Slam title of the year.
The final stops before the French Open this week feature two WTA 250 clay events in Strasbourg and Nürnberg. Just four of the Top 20 players will be in action as the marquee names rest ahead of Roland Garros.
Race result: Jorge Lorenzo has won back to back races in the 2015 Moto GP season with a win at the French Grand Prix in Jerez. After leading into the first corner of the race, Lorenzo was never threatened, as he won his 35th race in the Premier Class. The win also moves the Spaniard […]
Formula One looks set to go back to its past for inspiration in spicing up a series that has been lacking excitement over recent years.
If Russian-born Australian Daria Gavrilova continues her form in 2015, she will be Australia’s number 1 female player by year’s end.
Red Bull Racing’s Helmut Marko has made some unbelievable claims this week regarding his two drivers, Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat.
This week the ATP world tour heads to Rome for the fifth Masters 1000 event of the year. It shapes as one of the most important clay court tournaments of the season, providing the final preparation for many of the top players before the French Open.
Nico Rosberg finally stemmed the tide and took a convincing pole position and victory at the Spanish Grand Prix.