Tim Collings

F1 changes are revving up a storm

The departure of key figures has cleared the track to make racing appealing to a younger generation.

English FA to restrict imports of foreign players

The Football Association wants to reduce the number of non-EU players in England's leagues by half to foster local talent and boost the national side.

Italy helps England extend record in hopelessness

The first penalty shootout at Euro 2012 has been settled by Italy, as England extended their hopeless record in soccer's version of Russian roulette.

Webber claims first win this year at Monaco

Mark Webber made F1 history when he steered his Red Bull to victory and claimed his first win this year and Red Bull's third successive Monaco win.

Ferrari hopes for Spain revival

Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso is aiming to lead a Ferrari fight-back to boost their title bid at his home Spanish Grand Prix this weekend.

Alonso confident as Ferrari begin fightback

Fernando Alonso may be relying on the old cliche of taking one race at a time but Ferrari could still mount a decent bid to win this year's title.

This is a tough job, says McLaren chief

Martin Whitmarsh has admitted he was feeling the pressure of his job, but was not fearful for his future after the team's disappointing weekend.

Hamilton looks to Canada to end Vettel’s streak

Two weeks on from his controversial exit, Lewis Hamilton returns to the circuit where he won his first Formula One race -- the Canadian Grand Prix.

Opposition casts doubt on Bahrain Grand Prix

Uncertainty and confusion surrounded the Bahrain Grand Prix just four days after the FIA had reinstated it on the 2011 Formula One calendar.

Alonso set for Red Bull charge

Spaniard Fernando Alonso will bid to resist the pressure of warring Red Bull drivers Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel to claim his third world title.

Kewell off as Australia hold Ghana to draw

Australian forward Harry Kewell was controversially sent off midway through the first half but Australia managed to cling on to a 1-1 draw with Ghana.

Renault determined to build bright future with Kubica

Two years ago, Eric Boullier was heading the French team contesting A1GP's doomed series and Robert Kubica was starring for the BMW Formula One team.

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