Hockenheim: McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button were optimistic they could challenge the leaders in Sunday's German Grand Prix despite more tyre-related frustration in qualifying.
Despite car upgrades, the pair struggled in the wet conditions that have plagued their performances in qualifying for two Grands Prix in a row now, at Silverstone in Britain and Hockenheim.
If the forecast dry weather turns out correct on Sunday, they said they could be in with a shout.
"It does feel that it's a good improvement," Button told reporters after finishing seventh in qualifying, with Ferrari's championship leader Fernando Alonso on pole....more
10:36 AM, Jul 22, 2012
Karachi: Pakistan's leg-spinner Danish Kaneria, who is facing a permanent life ban from cricket and is presently suspended by the PCB, has sought time with the chairman of the board to make his position clear in the spot- fixing allegations against him. Sources in the board told PTI that Kaneria has recently returned to the city from London to make final arrangements for his appeal hearing, scheduled for December 10....
06:12 PM, Jul 21, 2008