Like his father, Chase Elliott feels Coca-Cola 600 heartbreak

Senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and 2-time Sports Emmy winner 2010, 2014 NMPA Writer of the Year If you would allow me to share with you some personal advice, feel free to write this down on a Post-it and keep it in your wallet or purse. Should a

Keselowski wins 600 as late pit stop costs Elliott

CONCORD, N.C. — Brad Keselowski, in a contract year and trying to up his value in free agency, gave Roger Penske a victory on what should have been the most celebrated day in motorsports but was instead just a 6-plus hour NASCAR show. Keselowski extended Jimmie Johnson’s losing streak to

England receive boost over Australia and Pakistan summer tours

England’s chances of scheduling the majority of their international fixtures this summer have received another boost, with positive noises from Australia and Pakistan about their forthcoming tours. The England and Wales Cricket Board is desperately trying to mitigate the negative effects of the coronavirus pandemic – working back from a

FRENCH RACING TIPS: All the best bets for Friday's meeting at Vichy

FRENCH RACING TIPS: All the best bets for Friday’s meeting at Vichy with Soft Light the class act in the Prix Biloe Monte-Carlo Automobiles It will be disappointing if Soft Light cannot win in the mile and a half contest He failed to win in seven starts in 2019 and

South Africa calls for India legend to take top ICC gig

South African director of cricket Graeme Smith on Thursday made a strong call for India’s Sourav Ganguly to be the next chairman of the International Cricket Council. Smith said he believed Ganguly, a fellow former Test captain and current Indian board president, was the right person to lead the game

Raceday focus: Best bets, inside mail for Hawkesbury and Wagga

It’s the post Happy Clapper era for Pat Webster and he’s enjoying the phone not constantly ringing, preferring to stay away from the attention but he might not be able to avoid it at Hawkesbury on Thursday. That’s because he’s got two very good chances racing at the western Sydney

England hero Ian Bell reveals the three best bowlers he faced

England hero Ian Bell has named Australia duo Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath and Pakistan’s Saeed Ajmal as the ‘toughest’ bowlers he faced. Bell came up against Australia legends Warne and McGrath during the 2005 and 2006-07 Ashes series. Warne and McGrath are two of the best bowlers in history,

Brigadier Gerard switch gets approval from Fellowes

Charlie Fellowes is delighted to see the Brigadier Gerard Stakes will now be run at Haydock as he eyes the Group Three contest for King Ottokar. The 10-furlong heat was originally pencilled in for Newmarket on June 5, should racing resume as hoped on June 1, but has now been

Cricket stars BANNED from using saliva to polish the ball

Cricket stars BANNED from using saliva to polish the ball during coronavirus crisis – and two home umpires may stand in Test matches in short-term move to limit travel Cricketers will no longer be able to use saliva to polish the ball during matches  The move comes amid fears of


FRENCH RACING TIPS: Waahaat stands outside chance of becoming Classics contender with Prix Nubienne victory at Saint-Cloud Jean-Claude Rouget is targeting success with Simeen in the French Classics Waahaat could also join Raabihah in contention with a win at Saint-Cloud Waahaat made a fine start to her career at the