Hamilton: No brake issues
Nico Rosberg said he has been working around brake problems all season but Mercedes team mate and Formula One title rival Lewis Hamilton has questioned how big an issue that really was.
"He was perfectly fine on the brakes in the last race (at Silverstone)...I'm just letting you know, because I know the data and he knows you're going to ask me that," the double world champion told reporters at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
"We don't have any problems with the brakes," Hamilton, a four times winner in Hungary, said of his own side of the garage.
"Naturally we are always wanting to improve the brakes, particularly in this hot climate where the brakes tend to fade."
Usain Bolt's suspect hip and Mo Farah's status as the golden boy of British athletics will come under scrutiny when both return to London's Olympic stadium this weekend.
The two-day meeting features a glittering cast but six-times Olympic gold medallist Bolt is the undoubted top of the bill when he goes in the 100m this evening..
The world record holder has looked a long way from the unbeatable sprinter and has yet to dip below 10 seconds in the 100 this season.
AFTER just one round of the Omega European Masters, Michael Hoey has already guaranteed he won't be leaving Switzerland empty-handed.
The 36-year-old won a life insurance policy worth 30,000 Swiss francs (€28,500) for his hole-in-one at the par-three third hole on his way to an five-under-par 65 at Crans-sur-Sierre.
Hoey's impressive opening round, which included five birdies, leaves him in tied third place, two-shots off the lead held by France's Gregory Havret. Peter Lawrie sits two shots back on three-under par after a steady 67,