Two-time WRC champion Sainz had not finished any of the prior three Dakars he had contested as a Peugeot works driver, yet 2018 proved fourth time lucky for the Spaniard.Having survived a high-attrition opening leg in Peru, Sainz - who had previously won
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of protesters were expected to take to the streets of New York, Los Angeles and Washington on Saturday for the second Women's March, a multi-city mass rally hailed as the start of a new era of female political acti
Thousands of anti-abortion activists and protesters carried posters and shouted slogans in support for the unborn on Friday, as they descended on Washington from various parts of the country for the annual March for Life rally.
DONALD Trump left crowds baffled after saying giving birth in the ninth month of pregnancy is “wrong”. The president made the bizarre statement to thousands of people at an anti-abortion rally in Washington. He said: “Right now, in a num
(Reuters) - Spaniard Carlos Sainz was one stage away from winning the Dakar Rally on Friday but Peugeot's hopes of a one-two finish in Argentina disappeared after reigning champion Stephane Peterhansel hit trouble.
President Trump on Friday became the first president to deliver a live speech to the pro-life activists of the annual March for Life rally in Washington, as he called for the end to laws that allow late-term abortions.
(Reuters) - Spaniard Carlos Sainz stretched his Dakar Rally lead to more than an hour on Wednesday after organizers rescinded a 10-minute penalty imposed earlier in the week for an incident with a quadbike.
Koolen had lodged a complaint to Dakar in the aftermath of the La Paz – Uyuni stage, alleging that he was hit by the Peugeot and that Sainz did not stop to assist him following the contact.The two-time World Rally champion was subsequently assessed
ROBERT KUBICA has been handed a sensational return to F1 with the Williams team. The Pole, who has competed in 76 GPs for BMW Sauber and Renault, suffered a horrific accident while competing in a rally in Italy in 2011. Kubica partially severed his right
It all started with a harmless conversation. Williams was evaluating its driver options for 2018 and Robert Kubica wanted to find out whether he still had the ability to drive a Formula 1 car at a high level, after sustaining life-threatening injuries in