Drama at the first Korean Grand Prix

Sunday saw the first Korean Grand Prix, and what a debut for future races to live up to. With heavy rain delaying the start, and fading light threating to end the race before all 55 laps had been covered, the Korean GP was one of the most eventful races in the past few months. The race also saw a change in the driver’s championship top spot. Mark Weber (who went into the race well in front of the rest of the pack with 220 points), spun out on the wet track after 18 laps, taking Nico Rosberg out with him and putting the top of the leaderboard into play. Weber’s teammate Sebastian Vettel led for much of the race, but... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Monday, October 25th, 2010
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Cricket Fans Stumped After Match Fixing Scandal Emerges

After the superb opening day performance of the 18 year old Pakistani bowler, Mohammad Amir, who took six wickets and left England on a dismal 102-7, there seemed no way back for England. Step up Jonathan Trott and Stuart Broad, who with their world record eighth wicket partnership, led England to an emphatic win of an innings and 225 runs. After such an entertaining three days of cricket only those ‘in the know’ could have envisaged the headlines which would cast a shadow not only over the fourth day of a seemingly superb test or indeed the series itself but on the whole game of cricket. Much of the current furore is centred on 3 ‘no balls’ which, were delivered... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010
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