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Vettel: We are here to fight

Back to winning ways for the first time since 2015, Sebastian Vettel hailed Ferrari's "really, really hard" work, saying the win was "what we needed."

FP3: Vettel quickest as Stroll crashes

Lap times tumbled in a red-flagged final practice for the Australian GP as Sebastian Vettel posted a new fastest ever lap time around the Albert Park circuit on his way to P1.

Top spot for Crusaders

The Crusaders moved top of the Super Rugby standings on Friday as they claimed a 45-17 bonus-point win over the Force in Christchurch.

Smith courts controversy again

Australian skipper Steve Smith demonstrated what appeared to be a spectacular set of double standards during play on day three of the fourth Test against India.

Hamilton: My hunger to win has frickin doubled

Although he has three World titles to his name, Lewis Hamilton's hunger to win another has "frickin doubled" especially after losing the crown last year.

Day looking to turn it around at Riviera

Jason Day will tee off at Riviera Country Club at this weekend's Genesis Open, a place where he still has to prove himself.

Sir Alex: Mourinho unlucky this season

Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has voiced his support for manager Jose Mourinho, claiming he has been unlucky in the Premier League.

Ballack: Ozil's future could depend on Wenger

Former Germany captain Michael Ballack believes Mesut Ozil's future at Arsenal will depend on Arsene Wenger signing a new contract at the club.

India seal series in style

India made short work of the 106 runs they needed to win the fourth Test against Australia claiming an 8 wicket victory that gives them a 2-1 series win.

Race: Vettel wins with Ferrari Down Under

Sebastian Vettel put Ferrari back onto the top step of the podium as their pre-season form was realised at the Australian GP with the German winning ahead of Lewis Hamilton.

Hamilton quickest as F1 ups the pace

F1 delivered on its promise to up the pace as Lewis Hamilton topped the timesheets in the first FP1 of the season in Melbourne, 5.5 seconds faster than last year's P1 time.
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