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May 14, 2018
Spanish Grand Prix: As Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton extends lead, altered Pirelli tyres continue to grab spotlightWhile there is enough meat in both sides of the story, we may be able to assess the impact of these altered Pirelli tread tyres once the regular tread tyres of return after the British Grand prix.
Feb 20, 2018
Commonwealth Games 2018: Sakshi Malik feels preparations for Gold Coast event, Asian Games is on right trackSakshi said that in the CWG she considers the Canadian and Nigerian wrestlers as tough opponents while the Japanese and Chinese will be difficult at Asiad.
Feb 20, 2018
Kidambi Srikanth says he prefers the 21-point system; feels new service rule will affect taller players moreSrikanth emphasised, "I personally haven't tried the 11- point format. The 21-point (format) is working well for me and I prefer it to be the same way."
Jun 16, 2017
Tokyo 2020: McDonald’s ends 41-year sponsorship contract with Olympic Games three years earlyMcDonald's has supported the Olympics since the Montreal Games in 1976 and although the split takes place with immediate effect they will continue to be a sponsor at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang.
Aug 09, 2016
Apollo Tyres to pump in Rs 3,000 cr for tyre capacity expansionApollo Tyres chairman Onkar Kanwar said domestic tyre manufacturers are facing "big challenges" from cheap imports from China, which has now accounted for up to 35% of the market in India
May 29, 2016
Tyres in MotoGPWe take a look back at tyres in premier class GP motorcycle racing, and the sport's most defining rule changes
Oct 07, 2015
Bridgestone launches Ecopia range of tyres in IndiaThe EP150 and EP850 are claimed to deliver better braking performance and fuel efficiency than conventional tyres
Aug 04, 2014
McIlroy wins Bridgestone to claim world number one rankingRory McIlroy continued his dominating form when he won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational by two strokes on Sunday and regained the world number one ranking, replacing Australia's Adam Scott.