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McLaren handed an extra power unit in rules review

By Alan Baldwin SILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) - Struggling McLaren will be allowed an extra engine for each of their drivers as Formula One announced a package of measures on Thursday ...

Athletes ready to sweat it out in European heatwave

Berlin (AFP) - As Europeans sweat it out and lose a few pounds in a summer heatwave, the continents' top athletes will be taking the rising temperatures in their stride as the mercury threatens to hit 40 degrees this weekend.

Double, not Tour, the motivator for Contador

Utrecht (Netherlands) (AFP) - Alberto Contador said it is the prospect of completing a Giro d'Italia-Tour de France double which is motivating him rather than simply winning a third Grand Boucle.

Federer happy to play showman

London (AFP) - Roger Federer admitted he loves being Wimbledon's great entertainer after producing a candidate for shot of the tournament in his demolition of Sam Querrey.

Kyrgios eyeing Wimbledon revenge

Australian title hopefuls Nick Kyrgios and Bernard Tomic face their moment of truth in high-stakes Wimbledon showdowns on Friday.

Embattled Button and Alonso hope for turnaround in fortunes

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - After accumulating a total of more than 500 Grand Prix starts, 47 wins and three drivers? world championships, Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button deserve the respect of being genuine race-winning contenders at this weekend?s British Grand Prix.

Penalties red rag to a bull for Kyvat

Silverstone (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Russian Daniil Kvyat has compared Formula One?s controversial system of penalties for engine replacements to forcing a sprinter to run an extra 50 metres in a 100-metre race.

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