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Formula E electric series cancels Moscow race

LONDON (Reuters) - A Formula E race scheduled for Moscow on June 4 has been cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances" relating to road closures, the electric motor racing series said on Friday.


Narrow escape for Leicester's Gray ahead of PFA awards

(Reuters) - Leicester City's Demarai Gray dodged death after almost walking into the tail rotor blades of a helicopter prior to Sunday's Professional Footballers' Association Awards.


Chelsea submit plans for new 60,000-seat stadium

LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League champions Chelsea have submitted a planning application to re-develop their Stamford Bridge ground into a new 60,000-seater stadium, the club said on Tuesday.


Formula E hopes to expand to Africa, India

LONDON (Reuters) - The Formula E electric car racing series is aiming to expand to Africa and India after a successful debut season in Asia, the Americas and Europe.


Piquet is world's first electric champion

LONDON (Reuters) - Brazilian Nelson Piquet junior became the first Formula E champion on Sunday as the new electric series wrapped up its debut season with a race that had the crowd making more noise than the cars.


Renault to invest more in electric series

LONDON (Reuters) - Renault will invest more in Formula E after a successful debut season for the world's first electric racing series, chief executive Carlos Ghosn said on Sunday.


Formula E will overtake F1 in five years, says Branson

LONDON (Reuters) - Electric racing will overtake Formula One in popularity within five years, British entrepreneur Richard Branson predicted on Saturday at the final round of the new Formula E series.


Formula E to stage Moscow race next to Kremlin

LONDON (Reuters) - The new Formula E electric series will hold a Moscow race in June on central city streets adjacent to the Kremlin, organisers said on Tuesday.

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Wiggins win raises British hopes as Games near

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain basked in the glory of Bradley Wiggins' historic triumph in cycling's Tour de France on Monday and looked ahead with relish to more sporting success at the Olympics, boosting the nation's hopes after a troubled buildup to the 2012 Games.

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London torch relay to visit Buckingham Palace

LONDON (Reuters) - The Olympic torch relay will visit the London residences of both the Queen and Prime Minister on the day before the opening ceremony next month, organisers said on Thursday.