In Monday's 24-page sports section
Saturday 02 March 1996
"Formula One is probably too insular and too incestuous. Somehow or other that's got to change."
Jackie Stewart tells Derick Allsop about his return to motor racing's top flight
As Scotland go for the Grand Slam, Steve Bale, Ken Jones and Tim Glover report on a decisive weekend in the Five Nations' Championship. Plus analysis by Tony Underwood
The most crucial weekend of the Premiership season so far sees the four leading teams in opposition. Glenn Moore looks ahead to Manchester United's visit to Newcastle on Monday and Guy Hodgson reports from Liverpool's match tomorrow at home to Aston Villa. Plus extensive coverage of the weekend football, including reports from every Premiership match, and That Was The Weekend That Was, our alternative guide to the weekend action
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