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Racing driver Sandra Harrison-Moore killed at Goodwood

A woman racing driver has died after a crash at Goodwood motor racing circuit, police said today.

Scouts sack lesbian leader for being gay

The Boy Scouts of America has come under renewed fire over its controversial ban on gays after it sacked a Tiger Scout leader on the grounds that she was a lesbian.

Jean Todt (left) and Bernie Ecclestone have been in the line of fire

David Tremayne: As F1 takes a battering, where is the silver lining?

The GP boosts wealth for organisers, but also the little people, corner shops and taxi drivers

Sebastian Vettel shrugs off his poor form for Red Bull so far this season to drive like the champion he is

Money talks as F1 show goes on regardless

Amid the protests and the prayers, Vettel claims pole position from Hamilton

Man's death adds to criticism of Formula One's Bahrain Grand Prix

Pressure on the Formula One authorities continued to build today as a man was found dead following clashes with police in Bahrain.

St Helens' Francis Melli holds off Widnes' Cameron Phelps

Widnes destroyed by Swift's hat-trick on his home debut

St Helens 62 Widnes 0

James Lawton: Dear Mr Ecclestone, the show really shouldn't go on

By going to Bahrain, F1 is providing aid to a regime that treats its people like wild dogs

David Cameron refuses to join Bahrain race calls

David Cameron resisted pressure to call for the cancellation of the Bahrain Grand Prix today, insisting it was a matter for the Formula One authorities whether the race should go ahead on Sunday.

Red Bull Racing's German driver Sebastian Vettel arrives in the pits in Bahrain

Safety fears limit Force India practice session

Force India are to play a limited role in second practice later today ahead of this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix due to safety concerns.

Violent confrontations broke out in Bahrain again last night as the country pressed ahead with preparations for the Formula One Grand Prix this weekend. Police used tear gas and stun grenades to clear protesters from the capital, Manama, and some members of the Force India team asked to leave the country. Meanwhile, drivers including Sebastian Vettel, centre, prepared for the race at the Sakhir circuit

Force India mechanics return home after team vehicle is petrol bombed

Two mechanics from the Force India Formula One racing team have asked to return home from Bahrain after a vehicle one of them was travelling in was nearly engulfed by a petrol bomb yesterday. Their decision to leave the troubled Gulf kingdom came as fresh violence broke out last night, with police using tear gas and stun grenades to clear demonstrations in the capital, Manama.

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

A woman and child pass anti-Formula One graffiti in Bahrain

Stun grenades and street battles at Bahrain F1 show

Security forces yesterday fired stun grenades at anti-government protesters who swarmed into a cultural exhibition for Bahrain's Formula One race, setting off street battles and sending visitors fleeing for cover.

JEAN TODT: The president of the FIA has insisted the Bahrain Grand Prix will go ahead on Sunday

Dazzling start dimmed by Bahrain cloud

With three different winning drivers and marques, the 2012 Formula One season could scarcely have got off to a better start. Jenson Button won for McLaren in Australia; Fernando Alonso won for Ferrari in Malaysia; Nico Rosberg won for Mercedes in China.

Spectators hit in rally car collision

A spectator was in a "life-threatening" condition last night, after being hit by a rally car, according to Grampian Police.

Bernie Ecclestone spoke to the media yesterday

Bahrain? It's perfectly peaceful, claims Formula 1 chief Ecclestone

Grand Prix to go ahead as planned, despite fears protesters will try to disrupt the event

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