Quote of the Day

"We think this will be really useful to British motor sport: more races, more events, more money coming into the country and more success for this extraordinary industry."
-- British PM David Cameron, proposing new rules to allow racing on public roads in the U.K. (London TELEGRAPH, 7/11)
Monday July 14, 2014 Vol. 3 — No. 13 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Disproving The Doubters

    Brazil President Dilma Rousseff said that the country "has proved its doubters wrong by putting on a highly successful World Cup," according to Manuel Martinez of the AP. Concerns that stadiums and airports would not be ready or that protests would disrupt football’s premiere event "dogged Brazil in the years leading up to the event." But now, with the Cup almost over, "people are hailing it as a sporting success and hundreds of thousands of fans have applauded the warmth of Brazilians and the lively party atmosphere."

  • Risky Business

    Nike's Risk Everything campaign showing signs of success.

  • All Inclusive

    Glasgow 2014 secures TV deals in all competing nations for first time.

  • Sold Out

    ManU sells out 55,000 season tickets in record time.

  • Barça Bites

    Luis Suárez's reputation doesn't stop Barcelona from making $120M offer.

  • Green Flag

    Tottenham gets government OK to start work on new stadium.

  • Street Racing

    Cameron's plan to allow racing on public roads opens door for London F1 GP.

  • Bright Future

    V8 Supercars CEO says new TV deal will transform circuit.

  • Showdown

    BBC, ITV go head-to-head in World Cup final.

  • Leaving The 'Burbs

    NSW government cuts funding for surburban stadiums to focus on major venues.

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