The British former world F1 champion believes McLaren-Honda are making good progress.
Less than an hour after Michael Clarke had lifted the World Cup above his head on Sunday amid a blizzard of golden ticker tape, the tractor engines at the Melbourne Cricket Ground were chugging into life, poised to remove the drop-in cricket pitches and ready the playing surface for Australian Rules football.
Tiger Woods played 18 holes at Augusta National on Tuesday as speculation intensifies that the 14-times major winner will make a spectacular return to competitive golf at next week’s Masters.
By the time you read this Eddie Hearn’s 48-hour deadline for Amir Khan to accept a fight with his IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook at Wembley Stadium in June will probably have dwindled out of sight, with no winners.
Common sense is the central theme to emerge from the naming of Australia’s Test squads to tour the West Indies and England this coming Australian winter.
Two days after being fairly criticised by Formula One’s chief executive, Bernie Ecclestone, for not doing enough to promote the sport, Sebastian Vettel made appropriate amends, breathing life into a season which after only one race had appeared in danger of becoming moribund.
Rio de Janeiro is on track to deliver a “fit, clean and fun” Olympic Games on time and on budget, according to the deputy chief executive of the city’s organising committee.
Australia’s cricket team, led by Michael Clarke in his final one-day international match, have been lauded as deserved winners of the 2015 edition of the World Cup, with cricket media in virtually universal agreement that the best team of the tournament lifted the trophy at the MCG on Sunday night.
There was a commonly held theory last year relating to Rickie Fowler’s arrival as the man best placed to challenge Rory McIlroy.
Lewis Hamilton’s sometimes tense relationship with his Mercedes team-mate, Nico Rosberg, took a bizarre and slightly farcical turn on Saturday when the German driver posed as a journalist during the post-qualifying press conference at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
For as long as they play the game, Andy Murray and Tomas Berdych will always have the semi-final of the 2015 Australian Open.
No one likes losing but when things are taken out of your hands, it hurts that little bit more. Britain’s last representative in the juniors, Gabriella Taylor, was forced to retire from her quarter-final because of a virus, ending her hopes of a first grand slam title.
Tyson Fury has announced his rematch with Wladimir Klitschko has been rescheduled for 29 October in Manchester.