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Sebastian Vettel would be open for a return to Red Bull next season – if his former team wants him back.
It’s hard to be holy about inclusivity when 18 of your 20 acting award nominees are white. Oh, and you female directors? We’ll catch you next year, gals.
It’s the story of a couple of guys who love cars and live to make them go fast: Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and his pal, Ken Miles (Christian Bale). In the mid-’60s, they happen to find themselves the pawns in a war between a behemoth Detroit automaker and a smooth Italian sports car magnate.
Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc are under pressure to deliver Ferrari a much-needed win at the Monaco Grand Prix. After five races and no wins for either driver Ferrari’s hopes of ending the yearly dominance of Mercedes are already hanging by a thread. Vettel challenged for the title in the past two years but is already nearly 50 points behind Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. His Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas is challenging him much more than Ferrari.
The first Gonzaga-San Francisco matchup didn’t disappoint and neither did the Josh Perkins-Frankie Ferrari matchup.
Gonzaga’s Josh Perkins and San Francisco’s Frankie Ferrari have been going at it for years so Saturday’s showdown will be nothing new for the senior point guards.
Kendall Yards and Olmsted Park host the first ever Raven Music Festival in honor of Jim Byrd. In addition to the music festival, attendees will experience a great variety of local food and art with the option to camp in the park from Friday afternoon to Monday morning.
Lewis Hamilton denied Ferrari a dream home win at the Italian Grand Prix on Sunday as he overtook Kimi Raikkonen eight laps from the end to claim a fifth victory in seven years at Monza.
Shares in sportscar Ferrari tanked Wednesday after the new CEO told analysts that an annual revenue target set by the late former chief executive, Sergio Marchionne, was “aspirational.”
Lewis Hamilton put in a dominant performance at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, winning with ease and showing Ferrari that Mercedes remains the team to beat in Formula One.
Frankie Ferrari may look unassuming at 5-feet-11 and 180 pounds, but the junior guard triggers a San Francisco offense that gave Gonzaga fits in two regular-season meetings.
The Dons’ trio guards were a stern defensive test for the Zags two weeks ago in San Francisco. Nothing’s changed, except junior guard Frankie Ferrari has been in quite the scoring groove.
The owner of a $300,000 Ferrari is suing Marriott International, saying a hotel valet gave his keys to a young man who was trying to impress a woman he just met.
Ferrari has come roaring back into contention this year as Sebastian Vettel won two of the first three races to take the standings lead ahead of Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton. But there were questions over whether that success was more about smart tactics and Mercedes’ slip-ups than Ferrari’s raw pace. The Italian team proved it has the speed in Russia, as Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen snatched a one-two in qualifying on Saturday.
Ferrari roared onto the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday and its shares, trading under the ticker symbol RACE, jumped sharply in their public debut. The automaker, based in the northern Italian town of Maranello, had been a private company since its founding in 1929 by Italian sports driver Enzo Ferrari.
A roundup of Monday’s sports news.
Four-time defending champion Sebastian Vettel will leave Red Bull at the end of the season, with the team expecting him to join Ferrari. The 27-year-old German told Red Bull chief Christian Horner on Friday that he intended to leave, and the team made the formal announcement ahead of qualifying at the Japanese Grand Prix in Sazuka. Red Bull immediately named a replacement, promoting Daniil Kvyat from its associated team Toro Rosso to join Daniel Ricciardo in a youthful 2015 lineup. Vettel had been under contract with Red Bull for next season. Current Ferrari drivers Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen are both under contract with the Italian team for 2015, but Alonso acknowledged he had been in recent talks with the team about his future. – AP