Lewis Hamilton ‘so happy’ to win Styrian GP, hails Mercedes gesture

Lewis Hamilton said he was “over the moon” to rebound in Austria with a dominant first win of the F1 season, as he also reflected on a “beautiful” moment before the race when Mercedes joined him in taking a knee. Hamilton dominated Sunday’s Styrian GP from start to finish for

Lewis Hamilton hails ‘beautiful thing’ as star and Mercedes make Black Lives Matter stand

Lewis Hamilton has hailed the unity he feels part of at Mercedes after his team-mates joined him in taking a knee before Sunday’s Styrian Grand Prix. Hamilton, wearing a t-shirt adorned with the Black Lives Matter slogan, again led the field of drivers in making the gesture as F1 took

Lewis Hamilton joined in taking a knee by other drivers at Styrian GP

Lewis Hamilton was joined in taking a knee by the majority of his fellow drivers ahead of F1’s second race of the season at the Styrian GP, with some drivers again opting to stand. As at last week’s Austrian GP, all 20 drivers again wore T-shirts featuring the words ‘End

Styrian GP: Lewis Hamilton takes first F1 2020 win, Ferraris collide

Lewis Hamilton took his first victory of Formula 1 2020 in dominant fashion in the Styrian GP as Mercedes proved too quick for Max Verstappen, while Ferrari imploded after a first-lap collision between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc. After acing pole position in a qualifying deluge, Hamilton provided another masterclass

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer exclusive: The blueprint to success at Manchester United

Think of a successful football team, and mistakes don’t come to mind. Triumph comes from being drilled, faultless, always picking the best option, knowing your role with a radar-like awareness, of course punctuated by technical ability. Premier League players shouldn’t make mistakes, especially not those at elite clubs. Correct? Not

Neymar: PSG owners make transfer decision as Barcelona eye Lionel Messi reunion

Neymar won’t be allowed to leave PSG on a free transfer in 2022 by the club’s owners, reports say. And that will be boost Barcelona’s changes of signing the Brazil international this summer as they continue to eye a reunion between the Samba star and Lionel Messi. Neymar is eager

Tottenham must do more to integrate men’s and women’s squads, says Chloe Morgan

Goalkeeper Chloe Morgan says her former club Tottenham must do more to ensure the women’s team do not feel like second-class citizens. Morgan has just left Tottenham after six years with the club, and appeared to suggest on Twitter earlier this week she did not see eye-to-eye with the club

Robert Helenius and Otto Wallin leading title charge for Nordic heavyweights

Robert Helenius and Otto Wallin are leading the resurgence of Nordic heavyweights as more contenders are mounting a title charge in the top division. Finland’s Helenius is within touching distance of a world heavyweight title fight as he awaits news on a WBA final eliminator, while Wallin has proven his

Workday Charity Open: Groups and tee times for final round

Groupings and starting times for the final round of the Workday Charity Open. Tee times have been brought forward due to the threat of bad weather. Players USA unless stated, all times BST: Starting at hole 1 1200 Tim Wilkinson (Nzl), Pat Perez, Patrick Cantlay 1211 Billy Horschel, Bronson Burgoon,