A weekend of racing at Foxhall Stadium in Ipswich. The meeting includes the 2015 World Championship of the Lightning Rods class.
Stevenage driver Lewis Hamilton has been confirmed as the first ambassador for the Invictus Games Foundation.
The Foundation, which was established with the help of Prince Harry, say that they chose Hamilton because of his "focus, determination and talent."
He will act as a role model for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women and will actively promote the Foundation around the world.
“After meeting the Invictus team at BBC Sports Personality of the Year last year I was inspired by their mental strength and determination to overcome adversity and succeed, which encouraged me to get more involved with the Foundation.
I’m proud to be their first ambassador.”
It's fair to say England cricket fans will be heartened by the team's recent displays against New Zealand in this summer's test and one-day series.
Players like Northamptonshire all-rounder David Willey have contributed to exciting performances, which should offer encouragement ahead of the Ashes contests with Australia.
The world champions have been unstoppable lately, thanks largely to their fearsome fast-bowling attack. So can England's current stars keep them at bay, just as Northants legend David Steele famously did back in 1975?
In the first of two reports, our Sports Correspondent Donovan Blake has been reminiscing with David forty years after his surprise introduction to test cricket.
Norwich City have reportedly made an enquiry for Blackburn Rovers striker Rudy Gestede.
The powerful 26-year-old was in prolific form for Rovers last season, netting 20 league goals and forming a formidable partnership alongside former Ipswich Town man Jordan Rhodes.
Championship top scorers 2014/15
- Daryl Murphy (Ipswich Town) - 27
- Troy Denney (Watford) - 21
- Jordan Rhodes (Blackburn Rovers) - 21
- Rudy Gestede (Blackburn Rovers) - 20
That form has attracted the attention of a number of Premier League clubs, with Watford in particular also thought to hold a firm interest.
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It's thought that the Benin international has been valued at £7 million by Blackburn.
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Former Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings has thanked the club for their support after completing his move to Premier League newboys AFC Bournemouth.
The 22-year-old has agreed a four-year contract at The Goldsands Stadium.
Want to start by saying a massive thankyou to all at @official_itfc - the management, fans, players and staff for all they've done for me ?
Very hard decision to make because the management and club have given me the opportunity and support from non league #itfc
A dream come true to reach the premiership, so excited to get started with @afcbournemouth and over the moon to have joined them.
Bournemouth players Brett Pitman and Ryan Fraser have headed in the opposite direction, although Pitman's transfer isn't connected to the Mings deal.
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Hadleigh Park in Essex was home of the Montain Biking events during the 2012 Olympics - and now as part of the legacy of the games it's been turned into a world-class sporting venue.
Today VIP's including double Olympic champion cyclist Victoria Pendleton were there to celebrate the opening.
Click below to watch Serena Sandhu's report:
Ipswich Town have signed Bournemouth striker Brett Pitman for an undisclosed fee.
The 27-year-old moves to Portman Road after penning a three-year contract, with the option of a further 12 months.
The switch is separate from the deal that saw Town defender Tyrone Mings join Bournemouth and Ryan Fraser head in the opposite direction.
Pitman scored 13 league goals last season as the Cherries were promoted to the Premier League as champions.
Highly-rated Ipswich Town defender Tyrone Mings has joined Premier League newboys Bournemouth in what is a club-record deal for the Cherries.
He's signed a four-year contract on the South Coast.
Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has moved to Portman Road on a season-long loan as part of the transfer.