F1 Brazilian GP: We Are The (Constructors’) Champion

The Brazilian Grand Prix has a history of crowning champions. Since 2005, the World Drivers’ Champion had clinched his crown at the Interlagos Circuit in Sao Paulo. All eyes were on Fernando Alonso as he tried to claim his third championship. However, a third place finish leaves the championship open for the final race of the season. However, Red Bull Racing clinched the World Constructors’ Championship thanks to a one-two finish led by Sebastian Vettel who scored his fourth win of the season. Continue reading

Soccer Night In South Africa: One Is Done


The first of two days of quarter-final action at the 2010 World Cup was played today. The last African team was in action as the vuvuzelas blew in the hopes of driving a continent’s last hope to victory. In the day’s earlier game, two powerhouse teams met as the Netherlands faced the favoured Brazilians. Continue reading

Soccer Night In South Africa: On The Attack


The third day of action in the Round of 16 at the 2010 World Cup is in the books. In a fortunate turn of events for viewers, all four teams in action were on the attack. There was seldom a dull moment in either of the days matches. Sure, one match today was a blowout but the team down on the scoresheet didn’t stop coming forward. That was just the mentality of the day. Continue reading

Soccer Night In South Africa: Sweet Sixteen


The group stages of the 2010 World Cup ended today with the final games in Groups G and H. Brazil already clinched a spot in the final 16 and Portugal was a near certainty but the Ivory Coast was lurking in the distance. Meanwhile, three teams could advance from Group H depending on the outcome of the day’s action. Continue reading

Soccer Night In South Africa: Champs or Chumps


The second weekend of the 2010 World Cup ended with one team advancing to the knockout stage and one group not clarifying anything. And in that wide open group is our defending World Cup champions who aren’t living up to their billing as threats to repeat. Continue reading

Soccer Night In South Africa: Group of Death


The fifth day of the World Cup brought us the moment we were all waiting for. It was the debut of New Zealand in the World Cup. Oh, and the Group of Death started action today with a pair of closely fought matches. Three quality teams in Group G were fighting for two spots in the knockout stages. But the biggest surprise of the day was the underdog. Continue reading

F1 Brazilian GP: He Is The Champion

It’s been nearly inevitable since the start of the season. When he went on that run of six wins in the first seven races, Jenson Button’s first world title seemed a near certainty. And try as he might to give the championship away, even his mediocrity couldn’t prevent him from picking up the biggest prize in all of motorsports. It wasn’t just a good day for Button but for all of Brawn GP which clinched the Constructors Championship after it nearly didn’t even race this season. Continue reading