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Defeat to old club Everton might be the most damning yet for the United boss, writes Daniel Storey.
We catch up with Reds cult hero Luis Garcia ahead of his Anfield return on Easter Monday.
Listen to Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold's latest podcast as they discuss the state of the NFC West.
Jamie Redknapp says that Jose Mourinho should focus on his own failings rather than blame match officials.
Lewis Hamilton sees the chequered flag twice in China and race result is rewound by two laps.
Lewis Hamilton registers his first hat-trick of wins in F1 to close the gap to Nico Rosberg.
Ted Kravitz takes a tour of the pitlane to tell the story of the race from every team's perspective.
Enjoy a bite-sized review from Shanghai as Lewis Hamilton produced a display worthy of the W05.
Just four races into the season, Fernando Alonso accepts that he's going to find it "very tough" be a title contender.
Fleet Street has its say on Lewis Hamilton's third straight win in China - not to mention Sebastian Vettel's struggles.
Ron Dennis hopes that a contract battle between McLaren and Red Bull can still be settled outside the courtroom.
Don't miss out! Tickets are now on sale for this summer's Santander British Grand Prix at Silverstone!
Have a watch as Pastor Maldonado forgets to look where he's driving and turns right instead of left.
The FIA's Court of Appeal has published its full verdict on the Red Bull fuel flow controversy.
Fancy attending Silverstone in style this summer? All you need to do is answer one simple question!
Lewis Hamilton was left confused as the chequered flag was waved in front of him a lap early during the Chinese Grand Prix.
What Grand Prixs have you been watching? The past 4 seasons have been boring and as you say a funeral procession. Development cost cuts stop in season testing or have you been watching a different series? I bet you cheered...
Well, the fact of the matter is that Hamilton is quick over one lap and quick when he is in a car that is the best in the field. That has always been the case. The fact that he has never won from behind row 2 confirms the foregoing....
I think Lewis has raised his game even higher this year. He's totally focused. One feels he would almost certainly have won every race so far were it not for the engine problem in Oz. After a lot of poor treatment from McLaren...
@Wesley, yes - for sure Lewis is driving a dominant car. BUT the difference here is that Lewis is driving against a very competitive team-mate, on completely equal terms without favourtism (as the last 10 laps of Bahrain proves beyond...
If they're so much more advanced than the rest of us why aren't they building their own chassis and power unit ??? After such arrogance I'm going to rather enjoy watching this particular team wallow around at the back...
Hahahaha I'd love to see this. It may well bring the establishment in F1 to their senses and realise that F1 is nearly dead. You can't have a formula that carries the F1 banner and it has a 1.6 bloody engine, no danger, no sound anymore...
My my we are all a tad sensitive. He's a wealthy american bringing a new team into the sport we all love. Although some of his comments are a bit jingoistic that's their way and you can't expect him to say they don't...