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If drone racing is the sport of the future, how will we watch it?
There has been a growing excitement around the prospect of a new sporting league where competitors race that very futuristic sounding vehicle, a drone. By drone they mean small remote controlled quadcopters, incredibly agile little aircraft that can …
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F1 legend Niki Lauda blasts Bernie Ecclestone for 'destroying' the sport's
Lewis Hamilton's boss has blasted Bernie Ecclestone for “destroying” Formula One, writes Byron Young in Barcelona. Niki Lauda lashed out after the sport's billionaire ringmaster said the sport had sunk to such a low he would not pay to watch it …
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2016 Nissan Maxima straddles sedan side of sport, sophistication
Another element keeping the Maxima more on the sophisticated side rather than the sport side of the sedan world is the fuel-saving, continuously variable transmission. But the improved CVT Nissan calls Xtronic also contributes to the impressive burst …
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Mitch Garbutt: Leeds Rhinos prop apologises for punch
Leeds Rhinos prop Mitch Garbutt has apologised for his red card in Sunday's World Club Challenge defeat by North Queensland Cowboys. Garbutt, 26, was sent off in the 71st minute of his side's 38-4 loss for punching opponent James Tamou. The Australian …
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