TS Karen Forms, Puerto Rico in the Cone

first_imgTropical Storm Karen formed Sunday morning and is projected to threaten Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, while a yet another tropical wave off the coast of Africa could become a tropical depression as well. As of 11 a.m., the National Hurricane Center reported Tropical Storm Karen had sustained winds of 40 mph and was moving west-northwest at 13 mph about 30 miles north of Grenada and 65 miles south-southeast of St. Vincent. DISCUSSION AND OUTLOOK———————-At 1100 AM AST (1500 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Karen waslocated near latitude 12.5 North, longitude 61.7 West. Karen ismoving toward the west-northwest near 13 mph (20 km/h) and thisgeneral motion is expected to continue today. A turn toward thenorthwest is forecast to occur on Monday, followed by a turn towardthe north on Tuesday. On the forecast track, the center of Karenwill move away from the Windward Islands later today, and thenacross the eastern Caribbean Sea tonight and Monday. On Tuesday,Karen is expected to approach Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.Maximum sustained winds are near 40 mph (65 km/h) with higher gusts.Little change in strength is forecast during the next 48 hours.Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 105 miles (165 km),primarily in squalls to the east of the center.The estimated minimum central pressure is 1006 mb (29.71 inches). BULLETINTropical Storm Karen Advisory Number 2NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL1220191100 AM AST Sun Sep 22 2019…KAREN BRINGING GUSTY WINDS AND HEAVY RAINFALL TO PORTIONS OFTHE SOUTHERN WINDWARD ISLANDS… Tropical Storm Karen has formed just north of Venezuela and is expected to take a northward path away from South America toward Puerto Rico.South Florida and the Bahamas are not in the cone of concern. WATCHES AND WARNINGS——————–CHANGES WITH THIS ADVISORY:A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the U.S. Virgin Islandsand Puerto Rico, including Vieques and Culebra.The government of Antigua and Barbuda has issued a Tropical StormWatch for the British Virgin Islands.SUMMARY OF WATCHES AND WARNINGS IN EFFECT:A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for…* Trinidad and Tobago* Grenada and its dependencies* St. Vincent and the GrenadinesA Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for…* U.S. Virgin Islands* Puerto Rico, including Vieques and Culebra* British Virgin IslandsA Tropical Storm Warning means that tropical storm conditions areexpected somewhere within the warning area.A Tropical Storm Watch means that tropical storm conditions arepossible within the watch area, generally within 48 hours.Interests elsewhere in the Lesser Antilles should monitor theprogress of Karen.For storm information specific to your area, please monitorproducts issued by your national meteorological service. SUMMARY OF 1100 AM AST…1500 UTC…INFORMATION———————————————–LOCATION…12.5N 61.7WABOUT 30 MI…45 KM N OF GRENADAABOUT 65 MI…105 KM SSW OF ST. VINCENTMAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS…40 MPH…65 KM/HPRESENT MOVEMENT…WNW OR 290 DEGREES AT 13 MPH…20 KM/HMINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…1006 MB…29.71 INCHESlast_img read more

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BSO Searching For Driver of White Dodge Ram Who Shot Motorist on I-95 in Hollywood

first_imgThe GMC driver then sideswiped another car and this morning is in stable condition. Broward Detectives are searching for the driver of a white Dodge Ram pickup truck who was involved in a shooting on I-95 that left a man wounded this weekend.FHP says someone opened fire on the driver and two passengers traveling inside a GMC on I-95 northbound near Hollywood Boulevard Sunday morning.The shooter, who was driving a white Dodge Ram, fled the scene after wounding the driver of the GMC, according to FHP.Shooter last seen riding in white Dodge Ram pickup truck with passenger-side damage, similar to one pictured below. If you can help investigators find it, contact Broward County @crimestoppers2. @WPLGLocal10 pic.twitter.com/kKjqnmJPXo— Trent Kelly (@TrentKellyWPLG) February 24, 2020last_img

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Beuran Hendricks earns CSA national contract, Dale Steyn left out

first_img..Faf du Plessis re-contracted by CSA and remains available to playBy Firdose MoondaBEURAN Hendricks, the left-arm seamer who made his Test and ODI debuts for South Africa in the past season, is the only new name on the national men’s contracted player list for the 2020-21 season. Meanwhile, pacer Nadine de Klerk, who was part of South Africa’s squad at the T20 World Cup earlier this month and wicket-keeper Sinalo Jafta have been added to the women’s national contracted squad. Both lists include the same number of players as least season – 16 men and 14 women – with the option of a 17th men’s player being contracted through the season.Anrich Nortje, Rassie van der Dussen and Dwaine Pretorius are all examples of players who did exactly that. The trio were not originally named on the 2019-20 contract list but were upgraded over the course of the previous summer by virtue of the number of matches they played for the national side.All three have been contracted for the 2020-21 season.Top-order batsman Theunis de Bruyn has been dropped from the men’s contract list, while Dale Steyn, who remains available in white-ball formats, has been excluded and Hashim Amla and Vernon Philander have retired. Offspinner Raisibe Ntozakhe and allrounder Zintle Mali are the two women’s players who no longer have contracts.Faf du Plessis, who stood down as Test and T20 captain last month, has been re-contracted and remains available to play for South Africa in all formats suggesting his retirement is at least a year away. Du Plessis was part of the ODI squad that traveled to India earlier this month and has committed himself to his role as a senior player and in assisting his successor. While Quinton de Kock has taken over as white-ball captain, South Africa have yet to name a Test captain.Contenders are believed to include de Kock, Temba Bavuma and Aiden Markram who remains on the contracted player list despite missing most of last season on the sidelines. Markram broke his wrist during the October Test series in India, a self-inflicted injury caused by “lashing out a solid object,” after bagging a pair in India. He recovered in time to play the 2019 Boxing Day Test against England but fractured a finger in the match, ruling him out of the rest of the summer’s internationals. Markram returned for his franchise, the Titans, in late February and scored two hundred in six one-day cup matches before the competition was suspended.Markram’s replacement at the top of the order in the Test XI, Pieter Malan, has not been contracted. Neither has his brother Janneman Malan, who scored a century while opening the batting in his second ODI. Also missing from the list are Heinrich Klaasen and JJ Smuts, who have both been part of South Africa’s white-ball squads this summer and have both had decent returns, and Zubayr Hamza, who played in the Test team. However, all of them have the opportunity to earn a contract in the coming season.South Africa’s men’s team has a busy schedule and are due to play away tours in Sri Lanka (white-ball) and West Indies (two Tests, five T20s) between May and August, although the future of those trips will hinge on the impact of COVID-19, which has already seen two men’s ODIs in India postponed. That will be followed by the men’s T20 World Cup in Australia and the home season, which sees visits from Sri Lanka (Tests), Australia (Tests), Pakistan (T20) and India (T20). The women’s team is due to travel to West Indies and England over the winter – tours that may prove unlikely – and will then turn their attention to the 2021 ODI World Cup.They automatically qualified for the event before their home series against Australia, due to take place this month, was forced to be rescheduled because of the ongoing pandemic.Last Monday, all activity in South African cricket was put on hold for 60 days, after South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa declared a state of disaster as a result of the coronavirus. Although the impact on the season has been minimal – with the semi-finals and finals of the one-day cup and two rounds of first-class cricket unable to be completed – it does mean that off-season camps, aimed to upskill South Africa’s cricketers, will have to wait.Behind-the-scenes, CSA are continuing to plan for next summer and now that the central contracts have been announced, the six domestic franchises are expected to finalise their player pools in the coming week.Nationally contracted men’s players:Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis, Dean Elgar, Beuran Hendricks, Reeza Hendricks, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, Rassie van der DussenNationally contracted women’s players: Trisha Chetty, Nadine de Klerk, Mignon du Preez, Shabnim Ismail, Sinalo Jafta, Marizanne Kapp, Ayabonga Khaka, Masabata Klaas, Lizelle Lee, Sune Luus, Tumi Sekhukhune, Chloe Tryon, Dane van Niekerk, Laura Wolvaardt. (ESPN Cricinfo)last_img read more

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Rashford gets honorary doctorate for work against child poverty

first_imgMARCUS Rashford will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Manchester for his “remarkable campaign against child poverty” which caused a government U-turn and the granting of free food vouchers for the poorest families over the summer.Boris Johnson had initially rejected the Manchester United striker’s calls before the prime minister reversed his decision last month.Rashford grew up in Wythenshawe, south Manchester, and will become the university’s youngest recipient of the award. It also recognises his “outstanding sporting achievements”.The 22-year-old said: “It’s a proud day for myself and my family. When you look at the great names that have been awarded this doctorate in the past, it’s humbling. We still have a long way to go in the fight to combat child poverty in this country but receiving recognition from your city means we are heading in the right direction and that means a lot.”Sir Alex Ferguson, Sir Bobby Charlton and Vincent Kompany are among the football figures to have received the award.Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, the university president and vice-chancellor, said: “Marcus is an extraordinary young man with an extraordinary talent and drive that stretches well beyond the football field. His work for charity and his high-profile campaign will not only help countless young people across our own city but across the entire country.“Our university has social responsibility at its core and this sense of civic pride and duty is something we are proud to share with Marcus. That is why the university is delighted to make Marcus our youngest-ever recipient of an honorary degree.”United’s manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, said: “We’re so proud of Marcus and I’ve said it a few times, the great person he is and a great human being who cares so much more about others than himself. Very proud of him and hopefully he’ll keep his personality for the rest of his life and be himself.”(Extracted from the Guardian) – Award comes from University of Manchester– Manchester United striker says it is a ‘proud day’ for himlast_img read more

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Minnesota natives get pumped up

first_imgSophomore defenseman Malee Windmeier is excited to return to Minnesota for a two games series.[/media-credit]Just like Wisconsinites who grow up envisioning their first Lambeau Leap or Bostonians who dream of playing in the shadow of the Green Monster, many girls in Minnesota spend their childhood idolizing Gopher hockey icons.This weekend, though, seven University of Wisconsin women’s hockey players who hail from the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” will take the ice donning cardinal and white, not maroon and gold.“Growing up in Minnesota you go to the Gopher games, and you want to be a Gopher,” sophomore defenseman Malee Windmeier (Champlin, Minn.) said of her childhood watching UM. “It’s a fun rivalry to go back and play the players that you’ve grown up playing. Play in front of a lot of people that you know, play in front of your family. It’s a fun atmosphere to go back and play in.”Along with sophomore defenseman Anne Dronen (Chaska), sophomore forward Maria Evans (Chanhassen), senior forwards Kayla Hagen (Crosslake) and Angie Keseley (St. Louis Park), junior goaltender Alannah McCready (Blaine) and freshman goaltender Nikki Kaasa (St. Cloud), Windmeier will be simultaneously venturing on a road trip and heading the way of home.Dronen, who last year scored the game-winner against Minnesota, said the trip is a highlight of her season.“Going back to Minnesota is probably my favorite — my favorite trip of the year,” Dronen said. “Just because it’s home. My whole family’s there. … I have aunts and uncles coming in from the Dakotas and people coming over from Wisconsin to watch. It’s a great atmosphere to play in.”In addition to providing a great environment, the Gophers home rink, Ridder Arena, has proved to be a friendly confine for the Badgers. Since going 2-10 in Minneapolis in the first six years of the program, Wisconsin has not lost there since the 2004-05 season — compiling a 6-0-1 record during that stretch.Keseley attributed the recent success to the high energy level generated by the rivalry.“I think our team just gets ready to play them,” Keseley said. “It’s always a big game, and our team gets really focused. This [weekend] is a huge game, so hopefully we come out on top.”One factor that contributes to the intensity of the rivalry is the mutual success shared by the programs. The Gophers hoisted the NCAA Championship trophy twice, in 2004 and 2005, as have the Badgers, in 2006 and 2007. Moreover, this weekend’s matchup marks the second time this season the teams have met boasting the No. 1 and No. 2 rankings. The teams are also tied atop the WCHA, and Nos. 1 and 2 in a number of statistical categories, including scoring offense, scoring margin and combined special teams.Another dynamic which adds to the competition is familiarity. Several Badgers have gotten acquainted with various Gophers on national teams, while the seven border-crossing Badgers will be squaring off against faces recognizable from their high school days.“I know quite a few of them from just playing on summer teams with them,” Keseley said. “It’s always a fun game to play against them — it’s always competitive — but it’s also fun at the same time.”Windmeier, for one, will get the opportunity to play former high school teammate, Terra Rasmussen.“It’s fun because I’ve always played with Terra, and now we’re playing against each other,” Windmeier said. “It’s a fun chance to really go against each other and be competitive on the ice, but be able to laugh about it off the ice.”Interestingly, Minnesota’s roster features no one from the Badger State, highlighting the rival states’ different youth sports cultures.“I grew up playing high school hockey,” Windmeier noted. “Everyone here, when you say, ‘I played high school hockey,’ they’re surprised because that’s not the thing to do here. So, Minnesota is just a hockey state, I think — you grow up with it.”Nevertheless, with just two series remaining, the Badgers look to take advantage of their Minnesota imports and put themselves in a strong position to win the WCHA.But even if they don’t, there are seven team members who can attest that you can always go home again.last_img read more

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Syracuse tweaks snap count, hopes to improve discipline in red zone against Louisville

first_img Published on October 3, 2014 at 12:29 am Contact Phil: pmdabbra@syr.edu | @PhilDAbb George McDonald had some explaining to do.Standing in the Iocolano-Petty Football Wing on Tuesday evening for almost an hour —an eternity compared to the other interviews — the offensive coordinator took accountability for SU’s offensive flaws. He also pledged his faith in the Orange’s approach to fixing them and in the players who look to carry those solutions out.“The hardest thing is to keep doing what you are doing,” McDonald said. “It starts with me. There’s a couple calls that I wish I could take back. Every position kind of contributed to us not executing.“Our defense is doing a wonderful job and we’re not holding our end of the bargain.”In its season opener, Syracuse got away with poor discipline and execution in the red zone. But in the last two weeks, the Orange has paid the price for an abundance of penalties in and out of the red zone.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAs Louisville (4-1, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) and its Top-10 defense venture to the Carrier Dome for a 7 p.m. showdown on Friday, SU (2-2) hopes its snap-count tweaks help the Orange clean up its act on offense as ACC play gets underway.Since SU’s 40-3 win at Central Michigan on Sept. 13, its offense has scored just three touchdowns — all runs by Terrel Hunt. The Orange has put up plenty of yardage, but untimely penalties and other miscues have not translated well to the scoreboard.“I understand when you get five turnovers, there has to be points,” McDonald said, referring to SU’s loss to Notre Dame on Saturday. “Like, frick, we got five frickin’ turnovers and we got zero points.“A lot of those mistakes are self-inflicted and that’s the kind of thing we’re trying to get out of our system.”Through four games, Syracuse is 13th in the ACC in points per game out of 14 teams, 10th in penalty yards given away per game and third-to-last in third-down conversion percentage.Even with all those faults, the Orange ranks fourth in total yards per game. For SU, it isn’t a matter of getting drives going — it’s about finishing them off.“It will all come together when we put everything together,” running back Prince-Tyson Gulley said after the UND loss, “and we are going to be very potent.”This season, the Orange has only scored nine touchdowns from the red zone, second-worst in the conference. And the five penalties that have cost SU a total of 30 yards from within the opponents’ 25-yard line haven’t helped the cause.Senior left tackle Sean Hickey said that the red-zone gaffes are sometimes a product of trying too hard.“Whenever you get there, everything accelerates. The defense accelerates, the fans get louder, the urgency goes up,” Hickey said after the UND loss. “When urgency goes up, people tend to get so locked in on one thing and then they thought they heard the snap count, but it really wasn’t the snap count.“They want to finish a block extra hard, but it’s a penalty.”To resolve the Orange’s hastiness at the line, McDonald said Syracuse has made the snap count more uniform and will have more indicators of exactly when the ball will be snapped. The linemen can still be aggressive while the offense keeps the same tempo, McDonald said, but the revised snap count will put the line on the same page as Hunt.So when Syracuse is nearing the end zone against Louisville, McDonald hopes his offense’s approach will reflect the changes he’s made.“We all want to score points,” McDonald said, “but we’ve just got to understand that we’ve got to hold our water, take a calm breath and let the play get started so we can actually execute in that situation.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Davis is giving Trojans big boost

first_imgMost times when I hear the term “Century Mark” around USC, people are referring to Instagram. You know it’s been a good weekend when your picture from gameday gets more than 100 likes, and you know you’ve made it at the school once you can consistently hit that plateau.Justin Davis is redefining what it means to have a successful gameday around here, using the same number in a little bit of a different context. The senior tailback racked up 126 yards last week against Utah, then put up 123 on Saturday against Arizona State. It’s still early to say if his emergence as a go-to back will carry through the rest of the season, but his recent success should give Trojans fans a lot to be excited about going into the long stretch of conference play. Davis’ senior season began about as poorly as possible for a running back, and was not all too different from the rest of the team’s performance on Week 1. Alabama held Davis to only two yards rushing the entire game, even with seven carries. His receiving numbers that night in Arlington weren’t much better either: two catches for five yards.Davis’ other test against an elite defense was much improved, though ultimately ending in the same result for the Trojans. He picked up 63 yards on 14 attempts against Stanford, an average of 4.5 per carry, and added another 10 yards via four catches. But against Utah State, between the two first losses and in the past two Trojan Pac-12 South battles, Davis has truly been a game changer. His 70 yards on 16 carries — for an average of 4.4 per attempt — against Utah State was very solid. He also added 36 yards on two catches, including a crucial 27 yard gain on a third and 10 that set up USC’s third touchdown just before the half which gave the Trojans a 21-point lead instead of a 14-point lead going into the locker room.If it would be fair to call any game a “breakout” performance for the senior who was just seven yards short of the 2,000 career rushing yards mark going into Utah, then his performance at Rice-Eccles Stadium would have to hold that distinction. He hit both the “Century Mark” and the “Double Millennium Mark” that game, all within the first half. It took him both halves to get to 100 yards against Arizona State, but on top of the 123 yards he had on the ground, he added another 38 yards in the air, again on only two catches.       The look at USC’s running back situation gets really interesting when we go back to that second half against Utah. With 102 yards in the first half on six carries, it seemed like Davis was in position to take over the game, build on USC’s one touchdown lead and give the Trojans the crucial victory they needed in the beginning of divisional play. However, he got only four additional carries in the second half — without any in the fourth quarter — and added only an additional 24 yards to his total. Of course, the Trojans then let their lead slip late, and many questioned head coach Clay Helton’s usage, or lack thereof, of Davis. Because while Davis has been exceptional, sophomore running back Ronald Jones II has had the opposite degree of success this year. Jones, the highly touted recruit who was just 13 yards shy of hitting 1,000 yards rushing last year as a freshman, has not taken off in his second season, and is in a very deep sophomore slump. Though he did break out a 46 yard run against Alabama in the season opener, he was held to a net total of zero yards on his other six carries against the Crimson Tide. Against Stanford, he had his best output of the season, with 63 yards and one touchdown on 11 carries. But his totals against Utah State and Utah were both abysmal: eight yards on five carries against the former, 15 yards on eight carries against the latter. On Saturday, against ASU, he was only given another five carries, which he took for a passable 20 yards.It’s hard to believe that RoJo has completely lost it. He appears healthy. The offensive line has been very inconsistent, which is a likely explanation, but that hasn’t stopped Davis from several explosive games. When asked after the Utah game, the only explanation Jones could point to was that maybe he’s lost his mojo since cutting his dreadlocks. So I don’t fault Helton and offensive coordinator Tee Martin for trying to keep Jones in the mix. Jones has an exceptionally high ceiling. Allowing Davis to take most of the carries and keep some sort of a rhythm down the stretch probably would make sense, but Helton and Martin should still try to carve out situations for Jones to throw some additional challenges at defenses — and give Davis a chance to catch his breath on some drives. Nonetheless, it appears as though the Trojans have finally found their No. 1 quarterback and No. 1 running back. Out wide, junior wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is also finally looking like his old self, and the Trojans are reminding fans of all the talent and potential this team came into the season with. And the conference title race is still wide open. Arguably more important than USC’s dominating win over ASU was the revelation that Stanford is indeed beatable after being throttled by Washington, and that Utah will now have to win out to climb back on top of the division standings after losing to Cal. If the Trojans can keep up this rhythm on offense, they could still find a way to the Pac-12 championship game.      Luke Holthouse is a senior majoring in policy, planning and development and print and digital journalism. His column, “Holthouse Party,” runs on Wednesday.last_img read more

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Lewis Hamilton eyes Singapore hat-trick through the haze this weekend

first_img 11 months ago Singapore’s NEA reports air quality in the city at unhealthy levels Press Trust Of India LIVE TV 11 months ago India and Singapore reaffirm strategic partnership “I hope that it is competitive between us — I want this battle to continue.”  COMMENT WE RECOMMEND First Published: 18th September, 2019 13:30 IST 11 months ago Singapore a fulcrum for India’s economic policies: S Jaishankar 11 months ago Jaishankar meets Singapore Dy PM, discusses avenues through New Indiacenter_img Last Updated: 18th September, 2019 13:58 IST Lewis Hamilton Eyes Singapore Hat-trick Through The Haze This Weekend Lewis Hamilton will be hoping his march towards a sixth Formula One world title around the streets of hazy Singapore this week Lewis Hamilton will be hoping his march towards a sixth Formula One world title around the streets of hazy Singapore this week is not affected by smoke from wildfires raging in neighbouring Indonesia. The National Environment Agency is forecasting pollution at the “low end of the unhealthy range” for Sunday’s showpiece night race after dense smog last weekend. Formula One bosses are reported to have a contingency plan in place should the “highly changeable” air quality deteriorate, though the race weekend is still scheduled to go ahead as planned.READ: Seth Rollins gets a wake-up call from Fiend ahead of Hell In A CellHamilton, Bottas and MercedesHamilton, who has a 63-point lead in the title race over teammate Valterri Bottas after winning eight Grand Prix this season, and Mercedes have prospered in the past at the Marina Bay Circuit. But they could do little to prevent Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc from storming to consecutive victories on power-friendly layouts in Belgium and Italy in the two races since the summer break. Hamilton has taken four of Mercedes’ five victories at the demanding 23-turn city-centre street circuit and is looking for a third consecutive triumph in the race that even without the threat of smog is traditionally draining because of heat and high humidity. But Hamilton remains wary of Leclerc, who has outshone his error-prone Ferrari teammate Sebastian Vettel since joining the Italian team at the start of the season. “I am not looking forward to the next race thinking it will swing our way,” Hamilton said of the 21-year-old from Monaco. READ: Brock Lesnar returns to SmackDown, decimates WWE Champ Kofi Kingston Toto Wolff  on Singapore GP “We knew that Spa and Monza would be difficult for us,” Wolff said of the previous two races.”On paper, we should be strong in Singapore — as should Red Bull. Let’s see if we are really demolishing them there.”But I have no doubt that Ferrari will have learned and will have a good package.” Red Bull have enjoyed 12 podium finishes in Singapore since 2008, including three wins, and the Milton Keynes-based outfit will be hoping Max Verstappen can improve on his second-place finish from a year ago to stay ahead of Leclerc in their battle for third in the overall standings.Vettel knows his chances of recording a first victory since Belgium last year will have diminished due to the nature of the remaining circuits on the calendar, but the German four-time world champion will be looking to seize on any opportunities that may fall his way.”I think we still have some races coming where we will be probably more competitive than others, but overall it’s just about getting a good weekend,” Vettel said.”I think the speed is there, so I’m not worried, it’s honestly just a matter of putting things together. But we have a lot of races and a lot of time.” READ: Kane adds another feather in his cap, wins the WWE 24/7 ChampionshipREAD: WWE RAW: Five infamous rumours about WWE RAW that fans almost believed SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US 11 months ago Singapore: Iconic Marina Bay Sands planning to add fourth tower Written By WATCH US LIVElast_img read more

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