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England v India - Test 2, Day 4 - When I'm Back On Top, Back On Top In June

George Headley, Graham Gooch and Michael Vaughan remain the three players to have scored a century in each innings at Lord’s. Any chance Ajinkya Rahane had of joining them, and yes it was very early in his innings, was sawn off by an umpiring error by Bruce Oxenford. 1,017 more words


2014: German Grand Prix Preview

Following Lewis Hamilton’s triumphant victory on home soil, attention turns to Nico Rosberg as Formula One heads to Hockenheim for the German Grand Prix. Rosberg suffered his first retirement of the season at the British Grand Prix as he was forced to stop with a gearbox problem. 233 more words


Two Pagani Zonda Revolucions At The San Martino Del Lago Racetrack

The Pagani Zonda Revolucion is a more extreme and more powerful version of the already insane Pagani Zonda R. Equipped with a Mercedes-AMG 6.0-litre V12 produce a whopping 789bhp and 538lb ft, a 6-speed magnesium transversal sequential gearbox, a 12 way traction control, mad aero upgrades, DRS, and F1-technology derived CCMR brakes all wrapped up in a carbotanium body weighting just over a ton, the Zonda Revolucion is widely recognised as the ultimate Zonda. 38 more words


Proof That Even Future Future Hall of Famers are Mortal

Derek Jeter’s impending retirement after this season has garnered lots of attention, as he has embarked on a farewell tour akin to Mariano Rivera’s a season ago where teams celebrate the captain’s career (much to my chagrin I might add. 841 more words

Would cricket allow India to play without LBWs if they didn't like that law?

Before I go any further… the quandary England find themselves in at the end of today’s play at Trent Bridge isn’t down to dodgy umpiring.



We are only two days into this DRS-less five Test series v India and there have already been a number of dubious umpiring decisions that are being questioned. 700 more words


Fixing something that wasn't broken: the sorry state of F1

F1 has changed dramatically in the past few years more so than ever before, whilst some of the new moves are certainly beneficial to the sport, I would argue that many of them are just spoiling the natural spectacle of F1 racing that we all loved and continue to love even today. 1,330 more words