s.league TAMPINES ROVERS WARRIORS FC 1 1 (Hafiz Sujad 15) (SHAHRIL ISHAK 58-PEN) Tampines Rovers coach Juergen Raab saw his side lose a 1-0 lead at Our Tampines Hub last night, and eventually had to settle for a 1-1 draw with Warriors FC. But the result wasn't what frustrated him most. Rather, it was the fixtures list that got him all riled up when he spoke to the media after the Great Eastern-Hyundai S.League match.
Petrolheads are clearly loving the first night street race on the Formula One calendar, with attendance figures rising from last year, but some showed a little too much excitement for the Singapore Grand Prix at the Marina Bay Street Circuit. A Facebook post by the All Singapore Stuff website showed a couple of fans posing on the race track yesterday morning, with the caption: "3am in the morning. Bribed the security guard to let us onto the track. He not only agreed, he took the photo.
He jumped atop his car and broke into a little jig of joy. Even with his helmet on, it was clear that Lewis Hamilton wore a broad smile as he celebrated with his Mercedes teammates and fans gathered under the podium - and why not? The 32-year-old Briton had said after qualifying on Saturday that he needed a "miracle" as he started fifth on the grid behind pole sitter Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari at the Singapore Grand Prix last night.
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