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Rugby Union: Walkinshaw walks in

Tom Walkinshaw may not be much of a singer, but he certainly knows how to bring the Hills alive with the sweet sound of booming bank accounts. A year after purchasing a controlling interest in the Arrows Formula One team and luring Damon Hill as his top-line driver, Walkinshaw yesterday presented Richard Hill with the financial clout to turn Gloucester into one of the most powerful outfits in English rugby.

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Williams' pursuit of the Formula One world title will continue to be backed by Rothmans, who first formed their successful partnership with the Didcot-based team in 1994. The cigarette company has agreed to back Williams again next year.

Technical itch for Frentzen

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Testing time ahead for Frentzen

Heinz-Harald Frentzen made no bones about his performance in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix. "It was nothing sensational," he said of a race in which he trailed home in ninth place while his team-mate, Jacques Villeneuve, won convincingly.

Hard work pays off for Hill in practice: Motor Racing

Damon Hill finished an encouraging ninth on the first day of practice for Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos yesterday.

Football: Only Damon Hill's new car is in tune less often than my blessed, most beautiful Newcastle

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After 30 years, Damon follows father to Palace

Damon Hill, who followed his father's tracks to become world motor-racing champion, yesterday retraced Graham Hill's footsteps to Buckingham Palace to receive the insignia of the OBE from the Queen.

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