McLaren back at scene of triumphs and preparing for repeats in future

Ayrton Senna 1992 Monaco

Few circuits stir the heart quite like Spa-Francorchamps, one of the grandest of the grand old tracks. Whether bathed in sunshine or lurking in the rain, sometimes both in the space of the same race, it winds its way through the forests of the Ardennes, a heady mixture of challenge and reward. If Formula One belongs anywhere, it is here and if one team belong here then they are McLaren, who approached this weekend with optimism, if not so much for this race as for a future to match their storied past.


Hull City's Robert Snodgrass celebrates with team mates after scoring their third goal

The Hull City 14: the players tasked with performing a miracle

The good news for Mike Phelan is that, following Harry Maguire’s return to fitness, he now has 14 fit senior professionals from which to select a starting XI. The bad news is that Hull City have still to sign a first-team player this summer and making it three league wins out of three will be tested by José Mourinho’s Manchester United on Saturday evening.

Harrison Ford

Forbes' best-paid actors list: is Disney dismantling Hollywood's star system?

How is it possible to explain why Ben Affleck, star of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, is sitting pretty in sixth place on Forbes’ 2016 list of the highest-paid male stars in Hollywood with a whopping $43m in fees, while Harrison Ford, who headlined Star Wars: The Force Awakens, languishes down in 20th position with just $15m in earnings over the past year?