The FIA ​​confirms: the teams will be in favor of six sprint races from 2023 onwards

Lars Leeftink Tuesday, April 26, 2022 19:41 – last updated: 20:05 The FIA ​​has confirmed that all teams are in favor of increasing the number of sprint races to six from 2023 onwards. There will be three more sprint races in 2022, but that seems to be changing. The FIA ​​has not yet decided whether … Read more

Linssen: “Then we can win everyone”

Like supporters, Bryan Linssen can’t wait to play with Olympique Marseille. Feyenoord will meet with the French in the semifinals of the conference league on Thursday evening. The attacker is looking forward to the duel in De Kuip with great confidence. “I’m excited to win. And if Kuip is full with all their supporters, we … Read more

Ethan Hayter begins the Tour de Romandie prologue victory

Ethan Hayter begins the Tour de Romandie prologue victory Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 5:32 p.m. Ethan Hayter has put the Tour de Romandie prologue behind her name. In Lausanne, the INEOS Grenadiers ran 5:52 minutes on a 5.1-kilometer track, almost four seconds faster than Rohan Dennis (Jumbo-Visma). Felix Großschartner finished third in just over … Read more

The race permit on the Zandvoort circuit remains valid Inland

The case, initiated by various natural organizations, revolves around the question of whether nitrogen emissions are within the limits. The Mobilization for the Environment (MOB) estimates that the nitrogen calculation used is incorrect. According to the MOB, racing damages the protected nature around the circuit. “The permit will not lead to more nitrogen deposition,” the … Read more

Barcelona continues with Ronald Araújo and shares a billion clauses

Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 1:57 PM Ronald Araújo extended his contract with Barcelona, ​​mediating the club’s official channels. The central defender had an expiring contract with the Catalans, but has now signed an agreement until mid-2026. The Araújo contract extension has been on the agenda in Barcelona for some time. However, the negotiations were … Read more