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- Colombia's Lopez claims 'priceless' Vuelta San Juan victory
Colombia's Miguel Angel Lopez won the Vuelta a San Juan following Sunday's seventh and final stage claimed by Australian Sam Welsford in a sprint finish.Welsford of the DSM team claimed his second straight stage honors after also winning the sprint finish on Saturday's sixth stage. bc/mw/dj.
- Peter Sagan to retire from road cycling, eyes mountain bike at 2024 Paris Olympics
Peter Sagan said 2023 will be his final year as a professional road cyclist and that he will target the 2024 Olympics in mountain bike..
- After Bernal, Quintana, Lopez glory years, Colombian cycling hits hard times
A decade ago when the whippet-like Nairo Quintana burst onto the scene with stunning mountain escapes, Colombian cyclists looked poised to take over the world.- Bernal's painful battle back - Bernal looked set to be the greatest of the highly talented bunch of Colombian cyclists when in 2019 he became the youngest Tour winner in more than 100 years..
- Alaphilippe 'motivated' for Tour de France, 2023
Two-time world road race champion Julian Alaphilippe is ready to justify his salary in the 2023 season after some motivational criticism from his Soudal Quick-Step boss Patrick Lefevere."But he needs to show he's a champion, not just someone with a champion salary.".
- Quintana vows to fight on despite lack of team
Colombian great Nairo Quintana insisted on Wednesday he was not ready to give up after local media had speculated he would announce his retirement after failing to find a new team for this season."While it is true that I don't have a team, I'm a cyclist who remains available to wear a jersey and to give my best in races," said Quintana..
- Man found guilty of robbing British cycling star Cavendish
A man was found guilty on Monday of robbing British cycling star Mark Cavendish and his wife Peta of their high-value watches in a knifepoint attack at their home."I got up to follow her out (of the bedroom) and as I was stepping out of the room is when she started to come back up (the stairs)," Cavendish said Monday..
- Australia’s Jay Vine wins Tour Down Under
Australia's Jay Vine defended his overnight lead to win the Tour Down Under, the first event of the 2023 World Tour..
- Vine wins Tour Down Under, second to Yates in final stage
Australia's Jay Vine claimed his first World Tour victory in the Tour Down Under on Sunday, with Britain's Simon Yates winning a thrilling uphill battle to take the race's final stage. Vine won the World Tour TDU at his first attempt and continued his rise to prominence in world professional cycling after winning two stages at the Vuelta a Espana last year..
- France’s Coquard wins Tour Down Under Stage 4; Vine leads
French cyclist Bryan Coquard won Stage 4 of the Tour Down Under for his first-ever World Tour win, while Australia's Jay Vine retained the overall tour lead by 15 seconds with one stage remaining..
- France's Coquard wins stage as Vine holds Tour Down Under lead
Frenchman Bryan Coquard jubilantly broke through for his first World Tour win in 10 years as Jay Vine maintained his overall lead after the fourth stage of the Tour Down Under on Saturday.Coquard, who had 48 wins before Saturday's stage, excitedly greeted his breakthrough World Tour victory in the TDU. “It's been a long time, I wait 10 years for this win, my first one in the World Tour,” Coquard said..
- Bilbao wins Tour Down Under Stage 3, Vine leads overall
Pello Bilbao of Spain won the challenging Stage 3 of the Tour Down Under while Jay Vine took a 15-second lead on general classification..
- Rohan Dennis leads Tour Down Under after dramatic second stage
Former champion Rohan Dennis took the overall lead in the Tour Down Under after winning the second stage, which ended the hopes of the previous leaders..
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- The FIA Open An Off-Puttingly Difficult Application Process For New Teams To Join The F1 Grid
The FIA has formally opened the process for new teams to join the grid in the next few years. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean you can just grab an application form, band together a few friends and call yourselves an F1 team. Guess our dreams of a WTF1 Aramco Formula 1 Team are still figments of our imagination. They’ve explained […].
- Mark Webber Says F1 Drivers Claiming They’ve Made Sacrifices Are Talking A ‘Load Of Bull****’
Ah, Mark Webber. Never afraid to tell us exactly what he thinks, even if it’s in some kind of Red Bull code. You know what I’m talking about. Appearing on the Performance Hackers podcast, he had some strong words to say about F1 drivers who complain about the sacrifices they’ve made to be on the grid […].
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- How Ferrari’s new F1 boss plans to fix his failing team
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- Ferrari’s New Boss Tried And Failed To Sign Carlos Sainz Twice
It’s a changing of the guard at Ferrari at the moment as new Team Principal Frederic Vasseur starts working with one of his new drivers in F1’s “Smooth Operator”, Carlos Signs Sainz. But in a recent interview, the new team boss actually admitted that he’d tried to sign the Spanish ace twice for other teams. […].
- We Looked Into The Las Vegas Grand Prix’s Most Expensive Packages And They Are INSANE
Unless we win millions of dollars on a scratch card next week, it’s unlikely that we will be at the Las Vegas Grand Prix this year. The event will be INSANE, and it’s expected to bring in double the amount of money as the Super Bowl. And that’s not surprising when you see the prices […].
- Haas Become The First F1 Team To Launch Their New 2023 Livery
They may have been the last ones to announce their launch date, but in true Haas style, they just HAVE to be the first. I don’t know about you, but we have felt extra excited for launch season to begin. And, now we’ve seen the first contender, those feelings are entirely justified! 🤩 Did anyone […].
- Alfa Romeo Reveals New F1 Livery That Can Be Viewed In Augmented Reality
There is just something about seeing new liveries or pieces of art on an F1 car. It itches that special part of your brain and makes fans very happy. Well, Alfa Romeo have scratched that itch for us today with a very out-there new design, and we low-key love it. Think, intestines x alphabetti spaghetti. […].
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