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May

28
Max Verstappen: Red Bull’s weaknesses ‘found out’ in Monaco

Max Verstappen stated the Monaco street circuit exposed the weaknesses of his Red Bull car after his run of eight consecutive pole positions came to an end on Saturday with a sixth-place grid slot for Sunday’s grand prix. Verstappen struggled for performance throughout Monaco’s three practice sessions, blaming the lost lap time on his Red Bull’s unwillingness to ride bumps and kerbs around the street circuit. In qualifying, he aborted his final run after a brush with the wall at Turn One and concluded 0.297 seconds off the pole position time of Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc. “We tried a lot of things […]

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April

05
Hamilton says Vettel would be an ‘amazing option’ for Mercedes

Lewis Hamilton considers old rival Sebastian Vettel would be “an amazing option” to replace him at Mercedes in 2025. Hamilton’s move to Ferrari for next season has blown the driver market wide open and Vettel, who retired at the end of 2022 with 53 race wins and four world titles to his name, said this week he is open to the idea of returning if the right opportunity presents itself. Hamilton stated a Vettel return would be an ideal scenario for Mercedes. “I would love for Seb to come back and I think it would be an amazing option for the team,” […]

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March

27
Suns suffer ‘unacceptable’ loss vs. Victor Wembanyama-less Spurs

Phoenix Suns guard Bradley Beal didn’t mince words on Monday night following a disappointing performance. The Suns, two days removed from defeating the San Antonio Spurs by 25, played the same team in the same arena, and this time the Spurs were missing star rookie Victor Wembanyama. Yet the Spurs flipped the script with a 104-102 triumph. “It’s disappointment,” Beal told reporters after the game. “We came in here and laid an egg. We thought it was going to be easy with no Wemby. Just got our ass kicked. They came out aggressive, just like Coach told us they would, and we didn’t respond. Well, we did, but […]

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March

26
Alonso handed penalty after Russell crash, drops to eighth

Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso has been given a 20-second penalty for what the Australian Grand Prix stewards deemed an “unusual maneuver” which led to George Russell’s dramatic crash on the final lap. The penalty drops Alonso from sixth to eighth in the standings. Russell crashed through Turn Six while chasing Alonso for position. The incident was referred to the stewards due to the way Alonso had appeared to dramatically lose speed on entry, with Russell following less than half a second behind. After an investigation on Sunday evening Alonso was found to have breached Article 33.4 of the sporting regulations, […]

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March

08
Aston Martin’s Alonso top in Saudi GP practice

Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso was fastest in Thursday’s floodlit second practice for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after Red Bull’s reigning champion Max Verstappen set the afternoon pace in FP1. George Russell was second on the timesheets for Mercedes, 0.230 slower than Alonso’s one minute 28.827 second effort, with Verstappen third and 0.331 off the Spaniard’s best. The second session was delayed briefly due to reported loose drain covers, a problem that beset testing in Bahrain last month and also in Las Vegas last November. This time the matter was swiftly resolved. Alonso had been second in the first session, 0.186 slower than triple […]

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February

19
Under-fire Red Bull boss Horner to attend preseason testing

Red Bull boss Christian Horner has confirmed he will be in the paddock when Formula One preseason testing starts in Bahrain on Feb. 21, despite being subject to an ongoing internal investigation into alleged inappropriate behavior. An F1 employee has accused Horner of controlling behavior and inappropriate text messages. Horner, who had a hearing on the matter in London on Feb. 9, has strenuously denied the allegations. On Thursday, at the launch of Red Bull’s car for the new season, he told ESPN he is “absolutely” sure he will keep his job into the new season and labelled the investigation a distraction ahead […]

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February

12
Leverkusen crush Bayern to go 5 points clear in Bundesliga

Bundesliga leaders Bayer Leverkusen outplayed champions Bayern Munich for a 3-0 triumph on Saturday that sent them five points clear at the top of the league and put them firmly in charge of the title race. Goals from Josip Stanisic, Alejandro Grimaldo and Jeremie Frimpong made sure of the three points as Leverkusen, who have never earn a Bundesliga title, and stretched their undefeated run to 31 matches across all competitions this season. Bayern, chasing a 12th consecutive league crown, were nowhere to be seen and managed only a single shot on target over the 90 minutes. Xabi Alonso’s team, who also twice hit the woodwork, are now on 55 […]

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September

11
Belmont Stakes could be moved to Saratoga Race Course for 2024, ’25

The Belmont Stakes could be moved to Saratoga Race Course in upstate New York as soon as next year, an earlier-than-anticipated move for the third leg of horse racing’s Triple Crown. The New York Racing Association’s hope is to hold the Belmont at historic Saratoga in 2024 and 2025. The move, which had already been committed to for 2025 because of a $455 million renovation of Belmont Park, is subject to the approval of an oversight board and the New York State Gaming Commission. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports! A final ruling […]

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July

17
‘If He’s Ready, He’ll Run’: Casa Creed To Point For Fourstardave Repeat

LRE Racing and JEH Racing Stable’s 7-year-old multiple Grade 1 winner Casa Creed proved he is still at the top of his game with a one-length score over Grade 1 winner Annapolis in Saturday’s Kelso (G3) at Saratoga Race Course. Trained by Hall of Famer Bill Mott, the Jimmy Creed bay got his third graded victory traveling one-mile over the Spa’s inner turf, adding to scores in the 2019 National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame (G2) and last year’s Fourstardave Handicap (G1). It’s fitting that the evergreen Casa Creed will now point to a title defense in the $500,000 Fourstardave Handicap […]

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June

12
Horse euthanized after 13th race at Belmont, bringing year’s total to 3

A horse that broke down in the race following the $1.5 million Belmont Stakes was euthanized on Saturday, completing a grim Triple Crown for a sport that has seen deaths cast a pall over all three tracks hosting its most prestigious races. In the 13th race at Belmont Park, a 1 1/16-mile race on turf after the final leg in the Triple Crown, jockey Flavien Prat pulled up on Excursionniste in the far turn. According to a statement distributed by New York Racing Association spokesman Pat McKenna, the horse had a “catastrophic injury to its left front leg” and was […]

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