Quote of the Day

"There is a lot going on with this drug thing that I really feel they need to be clear (about) and clarify because now it is causing problems for me when it comes to making money in my sport."
-- Usain Bolt, complaining that WADA is scaring away potential sponsors because of the testing issues in Jamaica. (REUTERS, 11/16)
Monday November 18, 2013 Vol. 2 — No. 113 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Bright Future

    Williams F1 Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams is confident about the team's financial future.

    Williams F1 Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams said that there are “absolutely no concerns” around the team’s finances for next season, despite losing one of its main sponsors. Williams recently announced that Brazilian driver Felipe Massa will replace Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado in the team’s driver lineup for ’14 and as a result, PDVSA will end its deal with the team at the end of the year. The state-owned Venezuelan oil company will not be present on the team’s cars in ’14, but it will not further impact Williams’ ability to race next season.

  • 'Damning' Report

    Amnesty Int'l report criticizes FIFA, Qatar for World Cup labor conditions.

  • Charged Up

    Audi Sport team ABT ready to join Formula E circuit.

  • Losing Proposition

    Bolt claims Jamaican doping scandal is costing him sponsorship dollars.

  • Marketing Muscle

    Small firms want to use Commonwealth Games involvement for promotions.

  • Still On The Grid

    Despite bumpy season, F1 renews tire deal with Pirelli.

  • On The A List

    IMG Media bids $4B for rights to Italy's Serie A.

  • Wrapped Up

    Thohir, partners finalize deal for Serie A club Inter Milan.

  • Second Chance

    Contractor Transstroy signs new deal to finish St. Petersburg's Zenit Arena.

  • Final Countdown

    IOC issues ultimatum for India to change rules or face expulsion.

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