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With the 2006 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix on March 17-19 clashing with the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, the organisers and promoters Sepang International Circuit (SIC) are leaving no stone unturned to draw the fans.
The way soccer has run its business over the past two decades - with cash draining straight from the television windfall into the pockets of players - it seemed only a matter of time before players, or their agents, became the buyers of the clubs themselves.
One thousand copies of I>The Star/Iwill be given free on a first-come-first-served basis to ticket buyers for tonight's Malaysia Cup semi-final first-leg match between Perak and Perlis.
Riding under hazy condition, two-time Asian champion and overall leader Chia Tuck Cheong was upstaged by rival Ahmad Fuad Baharuddin in qualifying for the Fourth Round of the Pirelli Supersports Championship in the Malaysian Super Series at Sepang Circuit yesterday.
Southampton have rebuffed a reported £5 million bid from Liverpool for their lanky England striker Peter Crouch.
Top Malaysian racing driver Eric Yeo will have to prepare for his toughest race yet in the third round of the Supersaloon championships of the Malaysian Super Series (MSS).
The promoters and organisers of the Super GT, Sepang International Circuit (SIC), are offering a Satria GTi as the grand prize for their Japan GT contest in efforts to woo more racing fans to catch the races live at the Sepang Circuit on June 26.
Chinese world record hurdler Liu Xiang will auction off the shoes he wore in his Athens Olympic gold medal-winning performance with bids expected to start at 10 million yuan (US$1.2 million) state press reported yesterday.
Formula One chiefs are stepping up their campaign to slash escalating costs with cutbacks in testing as well as reducing the mini-army of people on team duty at Grand Prix weekends being proposed.
Carlos Tevez, the next great thing out of Argentina after Diego Maradona, is moving on - to Brazil. What gives? Isn't Brazil a nation that exports footballers? Are there western hands working secretly behind the scenes? And is Corinthians just a pit-stop for Tevez?