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James Moore: Sam Wiehagen sees the bright side of Greek tragedy

Outlook Good news has been in short supply for the embattled tour operator Thomas Cook.

Fernando Alonso pictured in Monaco

Fernando Alonso delighted by Ferrari change of fortune

Fernando Alonso is convinced Ferrari can savour title-winning delight this season after admitting to starting the campaign in the depths of despair.

Mark Cavendish trailed in fourth after being slowed up by a crash

Cycling: Ferrari roars to victory after pile-up ends Cavendish's hopes

Roberto Ferrari yesterday won the longest stage of this year's Giro d'Italia, from Assisi to Montecatini, as Great Britain's Mark Cavendish finished fourth.

Mark Cavendish hits the ground at speed, but eventually crosses finish line minus several layers of skin

Mark Cavendish sees red over Ferrari crash

A spectacular last-kilometre crash in the Giro d'Italia yesterday left Mark Cavendish to finish the stage battered and bleeding. Race leader Taylor Phinney crossed the line in an ambulance.

Alonso demands a faster Ferrari

Fernando Alonso says Ferrari must show progress at next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.

Judd Trump: 'My Twitter account used to say 'part-time
playboy' on it but I've taken that down now'

Judd Trump: 'I love fast cars but please don't call me a playboy'

He has enjoyed himself after reaching last year's world snooker final. But his fun will be limited to the table next week

Massa is coming under increasing pressure at Ferrari

Worried Massa puts in overtime

Felipe Massa has abandoned plans to return home to Brazil in a bid to improve results and potentially save his Ferrari career.

Fernando Alonso’s fifth place can be seen as a positive for Ferrari

Ferrari cash in on new deal with Ecclestone

Ferrari are believed to have followed Fernando Alonso's shock win in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix by concluding a lucrative deal with the Formula One ringmaster Bernie Ecclestone, receiving significantly better payments under a new Concorde Agreement to which the majority of teams are said to have agreed over the race weekend.

Kimi Raikkonen is back in Formula One after a spell in rallying

Kimi back to his mumbling best

Kimi Raikkonen took a step towards never being invited to another official press conference here yesterday, proving that two seasons of crashing rally cars has had no adverse impact on his ability to speak Morse code.

Fernando Alonso is predicting a slow start for Ferrari

Fernando Alonso anticipating slow start for Ferrari

Fernando Alonso is ready to fight through another potentially lamentable start to the latest Formula One campaign.

Enzo Ferrari Museum - Alfa Bimotore

The Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari opens in Modena

A new Enzo Ferrari birthplace museum opened this week in Modena in Italy. The Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari stands on the site of the house in which Ferrari was born in 1898, and celebrates not only his long life and many achievements, but also the remarkable central role of his home town in the development of the Italian motor industry.

Fernando Alonso is urging Ferarri to improve this season

New Ferrari 'hard to drive', admits Alonso

Fernando Alonso has warned that Ferrari must "improve a lot" if they are to mount a serious bid for the 2012 Formula One world titles.

Travel Agenda: English Tourism Week; Ferrari museum; Obidos chocolate festival; New York's NoMad hotel; Groovefest

Today: English Tourism Week starts today, until 18 March (enjoyengland.com). Events include free wine tours at Biddenden Vineyards in Kent, campervan hire discounts in Brighton, and walks, music and theatre across the country.

New figures show Italy's PM, Mario Monti, earned more than €1.5m in 2010 and is worth more than €11

Ministers' earnings and taxes laid bare in move for a more honest Italy

But while Italians rush in to learn of PM's wealth, one judge warns country is as corrupt as ever

Ferrari unveil 'aggressive' new F1 car

Felipe Massa has vowed to return to winning ways after being told he must deliver "something special" to make up for two years of under-achievement at Ferrari.

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