Robert Kubica driving ‘70% left-handed’ in F1 after rally injury

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Rapid growth hurt Renault Formula 1 team’s ‘bang-for-buck’

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‘Disaster written all over it’: Cash warns of end of Davis Cup

A World Cup-style tennis tournament could spell the end of the Davis Cup and “has disaster written all over it”, Australian Grand Slam and Davis Cup winner Pat Cash tells BBC Radio 4’s Today. Plans for the new tournament were approved by the International Tennis Federation on Thursday. Chief executive David Haggerty said the decision would elevate the Davis Cup “to new standards”. BBC Sport

Jays lose long-delayed game against Royals, split series

Lucas Duda homered, Rosell Herrera had three hits and the Kansas City Royals beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-2 after a long rain delay Thursday night to split their four-game series. Royals relievers Brian Flynn, Kevin McCarthy, Brandon Maurer and Wily Peralta shut down the Blue Jays on three hits over the final five innings. Flynn (3-3) picked up the win with a scoreless inning. Kansas City took the lead with a three-run fourth highlighted by Jorge Bonifacio’s RBI triple. Toronto starter Sam Gaviglio (2-6) failed to make it through five innings for the eighth time in his past 13

Xfinity squad GMS could buy struggling BK Racing’s NASCAR Cup entry

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NASCAR Cup race-winner and Xfinity star Sadler to retire after 2018

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Kasey Kahne to retire from full-time NASCAR after 2018

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Jose Bautista’s bench barrage sets RBI record in Mets’ 24-4 victory

Jose Bautista tied a major league record by collecting seven RBIs off the bench for the New York Mets, who set a bunch of franchise records Thursday afternoon in handing the Phillies a historic 24-4 rout in the opener of a doubleheader at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. The 24 runs and 25 hits are both franchise records for the Mets, snapping marks set exactly 31 years earlier in a 23-10 win over the Chicago Cubs in which New York collected 21 hits. Bautista hit a grand slam as part of a 10-run fifth inning: Bautista hit a grand slam

Jose Bautista’s bench barrage ties RBI record in Mets’ 24-4 victory

Jose Bautista tied a major league record by collecting seven RBIs off the bench for the New York Mets, who set a bunch of franchise records Thursday afternoon in handing the Phillies a historic 24-4 rout in the opener of a doubleheader at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. The 24 runs and 25 hits are both franchise records for the Mets, snapping marks set exactly 31 years earlier in a 23-10 win over the Chicago Cubs in which New York collected 21 hits. Bautista hit a grand slam as part of a 10-run fifth inning: Bautista hit a grand slam

Williams learned before Konta loss that half-sister’s killer now free

Johanna Konta took just 53 minutes to beat former world number one Williams on 30 July Serena Williams says she discovered that the man convicted of killing her half-sister had been released on parole just minutes before her match with Johanna Konta last month. Briton Konta inflicted the worst defeat of Williams’ career, winning 6-1 6-0 in the first round of the Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose. Williams’ elder half-sister Yetunde Price was shot dead in 2003. “I couldn’t shake it out of my mind,” said the 23-time Grand Slam champion. Robert Maxfield was jailed for 15 years in

NASCAR Cup leader Kyle Busch insists Kevin Harvick still has edge

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