23 May 2015

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Formula One: Hamilton unbeatable despite car woes

SEPANG  World champion Lewis Hamilton was unbeatable even in a misfiring car as he topped practice at the Malaysian Grand Prix despite mechanical problems on Friday.The Mercedes man spent much of his time in the garage and departed first practice on a moped, but he still managed to set the day s quickest time by nearly four-tenths of a second.The performance at a sun-drenched Sepang underlined the superiority Hamilton showed in winning the season-opener in Australia as he sets

The Red Devils planning on spending £100m

‘Galacticos’ transfer policy will be in use as Manchester United sets sails for title search. Va Gaal will be focused on signing polished talents to reduce the risk that have become an inevitable transfer policy in the recent seasons.An amount of £150million was spent on the players like Radamel Falcao and Angel Di Maria which obviously didn’t come up to the expectations of Man United Officials.The Dutchman is authorized to spend an ostentatious £100m to help transform the club into serious title contenders again. To

New Zealand seeking to one-up 'big brother' Australia

New Zealand seeking to one-up 'big brother' AustraliaMELBOURNE: New Zealand's cricketers grew up playing backyard battles against imaginary Australia sides and will be eager to get one over their "big brothers" in the World Cup final, paceman Tim Southee said.The trans-Tasman rivalry is fierce across all sports but will reach fever pitch on Sunday when nearly 100,000 will pack out the storied Melbourne Cricket Ground for the title-decider."The rivalry between Australia and New Zealand does cover every sport and it is massive," Southee told

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