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Lewis Hamilton coasts to fifth title at Chinese Grand Prix

With Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel starting side-by-side on the front row at the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday, the stage was set for a wheel-to-wheel duel between long-dominant Mercedes and a newly competitive Ferrari.

Haas unveils new car for its 2nd season in Formula One

American team Haas introduced its new car for its second season in Formula One on Sunday. The VF-17 car was unveiled on the team’s website and social media platforms. Red Bull and Toro Rosso also launched their cars on Sunday.

Gophers dismiss WR Brian Smith for violating team rules

Suspended Two-time Olympic silver medalist Louis Smith was suspended for two months by the British gymnastics federation on Tuesday after appearing to mock Islam in a video. Dismissed Minnesota has dismissed wide receiver Brian Smith from the program for violating team rules. The Gophers announced the move Tuesday without specifying Smith’s violation.

Auto racing: Jimmie Johnson wins at Martinsville, reaches final four

Jimmie Johnson earned one of four spots in next month’s title-deciding season finale Sunday with his ninth career victory at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia. The six-time NASCAR champion will race for his seventh championship, which would tie him for the record with Hall of Famers Richard Petty and the late Dale Earnhardt.

In Brief: Blue Jackets pick up first win, beat Blackhawks 3-2

Rookie defenseman Zach Werenski had a goal and an assist, and teammates Nick Foligno and William Karlsson picked up their first goals of the season as the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Friday night in Columbus, Ohio.

Digest: After let call, Andy Murray loses to Kei Nishikori at Open

Andy Murray dropped seven consecutive games after a let call caused by a loud noise in the arena’s speaker system during a fourth-set point and lost to Kei Nishikori 1-6, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 in a riveting U.S. Open quarterfinal Wednesday in New York.