Vettel wondered ‘who’s next?’ after Baku crashes

Sebastian Vettel voiced his concerns after the two high-speed tyre blowouts in Baku left him wondering if it was about to happen to anyone else.

a person riding on the back of a truck: Lance Stroll Baku tyre failure

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Lance Stroll Baku tyre failure

Vettel’s Aston Martin team-mate Lance Stroll and Max Verstappen both had high-speed incidents when their left rear tyres failed on the 2.2-kilometre main straight in Azerbaijan – with the two drivers careering into the wall at speeds approaching 200mph.

Pirelli initially blamed the incidents on potential debris on track, but Verstappen pointed the finger at the tyre manufacturer by calling his accident “life-threatening”, particularly as if

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SIGNA Sports United To Go Public Via SPAC

In today’s top retail news, SIGNA Sports United (SSU) struck a deal to go public by combining with a blank-check company, while Signet Jewelers reported that its revenue nearly doubled from last year. Plus, vintage goods marketplace 1st Dibs went public.

SIGNA Sports United to Go Public by Merging With SPAC

SIGNA Sports United (SSU) has arrived at a deal to merge with a publicly traded special-purpose acquisition company (SPAC) Yucaipa Acquisition Corporation (YAC). The deal also involves the purchase of WiggleCRC Group, the online bike retailer.

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Updated 2021 Best-Ball RB Tiers

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Tier One

Christian McCaffrey (RB1) — Even in returning from a six-week absence at 3-5, McCaffrey handled 18-of-19 backfield carries (including 100% of the team’s carries inside the five) and 10-of-16 running back targets before re-injuring himself in the fourth quarter. Any discussion of a committee from Carolina’s coaching staff can be ignored.


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TSN Archives: ‘La Russa goes loco’ and other stories from the start of a Hall of Fame manager’s career

In his 34 season as a major league manager, Tony La Russa has won three World Series titles, six pennants and 12 division titles. Impressive numbers, of course, but it’s the 2,764 wins that are truly exceptional in MLB history. 

With his 2,764th victory — on Sunday, when the White Sox beat the Tigers 3-0 behind a stellar effort from Dylan Cease — La Russa moved into sole possession of second place on the list of all-time managerial wins. He moved past John McGraw and now trails only Connie Mack (spoiler: he’s not catching Mack and his 3,731 wins). 


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News 6 to air the SPORTYS. Here’s who’s up for the awards.

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Greater Orlando Sports Commission has unveiled the list of 52 finalists for the 2021 SPORTYS: Greater Orlando’s Night of Champions presented by Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute.

The 2021 SPORTYS will honor sports business professionals whose contributions and impact are vital in making Greater Orlando one of the country’s premier sports destinations.

The show will air on WKMG-TV News 6 and stream on at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 19.

The finalists were selected by a voting committee made up of members of the GO Sports board of directors. The finalists represent 33 different organizations

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FanDuel Sports Betting Partnership Gives Fox 34% Upside, Analyst Says

Because of the potential for expanded cooperation between FanDuel parent Flutter Entertainment (OTC:PDYPF) and Fox (NASDAQ:FOX)(NASDAQ:FOXA), the news and sports broadcaster, one analyst believes the latter’s stock possesses as much as 34% upside.

Wells Fargo analyst Steven Cahall recently upgraded Fox from equal weight to overweight, which is the equivalent of a buy recommendation, and set a price target of $47 per share. Fox stock closed at just over $35 per share yesterday.

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In a research note to investors, Cahall said there are two catalysts to Fox’s stock

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