Quote of the Day

"Democracy has no place in Formula 1."
-- Former F1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone, criticizing the circuit's new owner Liberty Media over how it has tried to implement new engine rules. (GMM, 12/18)
Wednesday December 20, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 134 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Taking Charge

    The owners of League Championship side Barnsley "agreed to a takeover led by a duo of investment groups," telling fans that the deal is in their "best interests," according to Katie Martin of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The club said that the deal led by NewCity Capital and Pacific Media Group "meant the new shareholders had already taken up their board positions."

  • Not Happening

    McLaren resigned to not having title sponsor for '18.

  • Rubbing It In

    Aussie press lambastes England after Ashes victory secured.

  • Clean Sweep

    Aussie Ashes players in line for nearly A$1M bonus if they sweep England.

  • In The Game

    EA Sports, adidas release new kits exclusively for FIFA 18.

  • Going Up

    Heart of Midlothian owner says cost for new main stand is up to £15M.

  • Opening Markets

    ESPN Films to launch on ESPN Player in EMEA countries.

  • Taking The Helm

    Former Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou moves to CFG's Yokohama club.

  • Christmas Bonus

    NSW gives seven NRL clubs A$50M to fund centers of excellence.

  • Welcome Mat

    Birmingham to be named 2022 Commonwealth Games host, report claims.

  • Walking Away?

    Ferrari chair threatens breakaway series if F1 makes rule changes.

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