Championship leader Lewis Hamilton has defended his victory in the British Grand Prix, saying the triumph was down to strategy rather than a favourable Safety Car intervention.
MONACO: Lewis Hamilton withstood lap after lap of intense pressure on worn tyres to win a nail-biting Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday in a triumphant tribute to his Mercedes team’s late Formula One great Niki Lauda. The Briton, who now has 77 career wins and a 17-point lead over team mate Valtteri Bottas
Le Castellet: Valtteri Bottas outpaced his team-mate Lewis Hamilton to top the times in second free practice at the French Grand Prix on Friday, as Ferrari’s bid to be granted a review of Sebastian Vettel’s penalty in Montreal was rejected. Finn Bottas, who is 29 points behind defending world champion Hamilton
Hockenheim: Max Verstappen wrote off his own chances of a driver’s championship win on Monday despite his second victory for Red Bull in three races in the tumultuous German Grand Prix. The 21-year-old Dutchman said, despite a nightmare weekend, Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton, who is 63 points
Smith made 131 and put on 127 runs for the third wicket with Marnus Labuschagne to lay the foundation for Australia's total after they elected to bat in Bangalore.
After missing with a first punch, McGregor immediately bloodied a clinching Cerrone's nose with an upward shoulder strike — quickly followed by another.
Indian tennis star Sania Mirza along with Nadiia Kichenok came out with yet another brilliant performance as they defeated the China’s Peng Shuai and Zhang Shuai in straight sets to win the women’s doubles title