Five things we have REALLY learnt from the Japanese Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton puts hands together in heart shaped position above head.

The race is probably one we could easily forget, not enough drama one would say. We have seen Sebastian Vettel struggling, again, Lewis Hamilton extending his advantage and Red Bull's double trouble Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen snatching podium places. Jolyon Palmer wasn’t oh-so-jolly anymore as he finished his racing

Who’s got the nerves to bag the Malaysian Grand Prix?

Mercedes Formula One car driving past Malaysian flag

A professional racing driver gives insights what battles you fight off the track and what could be the deciding factor for winning the Malaysian Grand Prix. It has been two weeks since the Singapore madness and its aftermath continues to linger on. Another wet race weekend should fire up the audience

Shakhtar’s Fonseca talks Premier League, Srna and codfish

Before his side's Champions League clash with Manchester City, Shakhtar boss Paulo Fonseca took the time to sit down with Sports Gazette's Ena Bilobrk for a chat about all things football. “My English is not so good, but I will try”, meekly admits Paulo Fonseca, Portuguese manager of Ukrainian champion Shakhtar

Just how necessary was the Laver Cup?

The lavishly staged Laver Cup premiered this weekend in the O2 Arena in Prague. Team Europe beat Team World in a dull series of matches over three days, only to enhance the oh-so elite dominance of European male tennis players. The only highlight was the double debut of tennis alpha-males

Six times football fans were ultra-nice

Notorious hooligans in bucket hats waving flares and shouting racist nonsense are back conquering international news. Their pyro shows and rowdy behaviour don’t just blur the on-field view but take away from what most fan groups actually stand for. To get away from the messy scenes that blighted recent times,