2020 F1 Sakhir GP Friday practice results

Read Also: Sakhir GP: Russell quickest in first session with Mercedes In FP2, Russell topped the timesheets again, 0.128s quicker than Verstappen this time. Sergio Perez jumped up to third for Racing Point, with Ocon fourth, ahead of Albon. Continuing his scruffy day, Bottas was only 11th, but had times deleted for exceeding track limits […]

Grosjean eyes private F1 test if he can’t race in Abu Dhabi

“The doctors say that is difficult to know yet [if] the right hand 100% will be ready [by Abu Dhabi]. The strength and the mobility in the left hand gets better day after day. The strength is here. The mobility, there’s still a lot of swelling from the inflammation. So, this needs to start reducing. […]

Digitalisation race among banks: Advantages of pioneers

Explaining why e-KYC of TPBank draws that a large number of customers, Pham Tien Dung, Director of the Payment Department under the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV), said that the SBV describes e-KYC as the “ticket” for banks to digitalisation, which has been owned by TPBank for four years before the technology is applied in […]

Georgia recertifies election results, rejecting fraud claims tied to viral video

Georgia election chief Gabe Sterling shared a fact-check article from a news outlet called Lead Stories in a Thursday tweet, saying, “The 90-second video of election workers at State Farm arena, purporting to show fraud was watched in its entirety (hours) by @GaSecofState investigators. Shows normal ballot processing. Here is the fact check on it.”

The Vulture Transcript: Whit Stillman on

The thing I find interesting about the film business is that these people are sponsoring these crazy stories and scripts that are really hard-edged and, you know, released X-rated, and really sort of perverse in every aspect. Then you meet the people behind them and they’re just so conventional and normal and worried about what […]

Our Truth, Tā Mātou Pono: Monocultural sports coverage has marginalised Māori stars

As a Silver Ferns player in the 1990s, Taurua “wasn’t one of those put forward to speak [to the media]. I was never one of those people seen as a leader, or captain material … It didn’t worry me, to be honest, I was quite happy just being in the background.”

Tote raises £20m to fund ambitious bet on move into football

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Apple’s ludicrous demand in next trial: Samsung must pay $40 per smartphone

Eventually, Apple and Samsung are going to have to settle their dispute. At the end of the day, Apple likely won’t get what it’s asking for, and the never-ending court battles are very likely to cost more than they’re worth. But there’s a steadfast belief in Cupertino, still seemingly cemented by Steve Jobs’ statements, that […]

Football fans CAN return to live games from December 2 with Premier League stadiums open as rules and tiers change

But allowing just 2,000 fans in Tottenham’s 62,000-capacity stadium might make it more expensive to re-open than to keep the ground shut out until that maximum attendance number is bigger.

Scientists brand Government’s mass testing ‘unsafe’ as report on Liverpool pilot shows the tests missed HALF of infectious cases – and the Department of Health ADMITS its use of swabs is ‘outside the instructions for use’

Every resident in Liverpool has been able to get tested for the disease since Friday, when the major army-backed scheme was first launched. The city, home to 500,000 people, was the first to be involved with No10’s ambitious ‘Operation Moonshot’ — a mission to screen millions of asymptomatic people every day.