26 October 2014

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Mercedes secure one F1 trophy, other to follow

SOCHI: The Formula One constructors’ world championship trophy found a new home just down the road from Red Bull’s factory in England on Sunday as Mercedes celebrated a historic first for their ‘Silver Arrows’team.Russian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton might cover the distance in a matter of minutes but it has taken more than half a century for Mercedes to add their names to the likes of Ferrari, McLaren and Williams.If the late Argentine great Juan Manuel Fangio and his 1955 team mate Stirling Moss never

Top ranking means nothing for World Cup, says George Bailey

Top ranking means nothing for World Cup, says George BaileyABU DHABI: Australia’s stand-in captain George Bailey admits that regaining the number one ranking will count for nothing once they launch their assault on the World Cup on home soil in February.Australia claimed a nail-biting one-run victory in the 50th and final over on Sunday to take the third one-dayer against Pakistan and complete a 3-0 cleansweep.They won the first match in Sharjah by 93 runs and the second by five wickets in Dubai and are now back in the

Formula One: Hamilton takes pole for Russian GP

SOCHI   Formula One championship leader Lewis Hamilton, bidding for his fourth consecutive race victory, will start from pole position at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.Hamilton earned his seventh pole of the season by beating Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg by two-tenths of a second in Saturday s qualifying.Williams driver Valtteri Bottas was faster than Hamilton for two sectors in his last lap but then went wide in the last corner and stayed third.Hamilton leads Rosberg by 10

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