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Cavendish: 'I’m quite disappointed with my leadout... I think we’ll have to have words'

Cycling: Mark Cavendish turns on team after defeat

Mark Cavendish retained the lead after two days of the Tirreno-Adriatico, but rounded on his Omega Pharma-Quick Step team mates for failing to guide him to a second stage win.

Fernando Alonso (right) and Felipe Massa at the launch of the new Ferrari F138 in Italy

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali confident ahead of new F1 season

The opening Grand Prix takes place in Australia

Nico Rosberg boost for Mercedes

Nico Rosberg led the way at the end of the first day of the second Formula One four-day test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. The Mercedes driver posted a lap time of one minute 22.616 seconds, just 0.9 seconds slower than the pole time set by Lewis Hamilton in last year's Grand Prix.

Rolls sales drive HR Owen profits uplift

Luxury car seller HR Owen announced yesterday that a strong performance by Rolls-Royce and Bentley showrooms towards the end of the year meant 2012 profits will beat forecasts.

Justin Bieber calls for tougher laws after paparazzi is killed photographing his car

Justin Bieber has called for tougher laws to control paparazzi after a 29-year-old photographer was killed by a passing car just after snapping shots of the star's white Ferrari.

Canadian teenage pop star Justin Bieber

Paparazzi: Nobody needs a star snap that badly

After years of escalating tension between stars and the paparazzi, the news that a photographer has been killed chasing Justin Bieber's car had an air of inevitability. Celebrities regularly accuse the snappers of dangerous pursuits and harassment of families, while routinely members of both parties claim to be the victim of verbal and physical assault.

Photographer killed while taking photos of Justin Bieber's $200,000 Ferrari

29-year-old man struck by another vehicle while taking photos of star's white Ferrari 458 Italia

Red Bull driver Vettel is top of Ferrari’s list to replace
Fernando Alonso one day

Luca Di Montezemolo: Ferrari would pick Sebastian Vettel over Lewis Hamilton

If Fernando Alonso were to leave, German driver would be Ferrari's first choice

McLaren MP4-12C Spider

The McLaren Spider gives our reviewer the ride of a lifetime

Sebastian Vettel celebrates clinching his third drivers title in Brazil last weekend

Ferrari complaint about Sebastian Vettel a 'complete joke' says Bernie Ecclestone

If found guilty, world title could have passed to Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso pictured at the end of the Brazilian Grand Prix

Forget it Fernando Alonso - Sebastian Vettel is the Formula One World Champion, declare FIA

Ferrari question validity of Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix result

Fernando Alonso gets into his Ferrari ahead of the United States Formula One Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas

Fernando Alonso can become Formula One world champion, says Ferrari president

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying cry ahead of Fernando Alonso's last-ditch bid to become Formula One world champion.

Lewis Hamilton celebrates his US Grand Prix victory

US Grand Prix: Hamilton victory makes it a shoot-out in Brazil for Vettel and Alonso

Briton’s triumph means that Vettel leads Alonso by just 13 points with one race left

Fernando Alonso will start the US Grand Prix seventh, on the clean side of the grid

US Grand Prix: Ferrari take Felipe Massa penalty to aid Fernando Alonso title bid

Alonso to start Austin race from seventh on the grid

Rivals Sebastian Vettel (left) and Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso calm ahead of Formula One title showdown with Sebastian Vettel

Fernando Alonso has conceded to being relaxed and focused ahead of his latest Formula One world title showdown with Sebastian Vettel.

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