McLaren have taken a system normally used on the racetrack and have turned it into a tool that could help people battle obesity.
Force India take the wraps of their new car
The former ITV Anglia sports reporter Steve Rider is back in the region to launch his autobiography.
Mercedes have launched their new formula one car at Jerez in Spain. It's the last of the three fomula one teams based in our region to reveal its new car. The Mercedes will be driven by Lewis Hamilton this season after he signed from McLaren.
Mercedes, based at Brackley, in Northamptonshire, had a disappointing season last year despite scoring their first win with Nico Rosberg, who will partnering Hamilton this season.
Michael Schumacher will retire from Formula One for the second time at the end of the season.
The seven-time World Champion will leave the Northamptonshire-based Mercedes Petronas team at the end of the season.
Schumacher's seat at Mercedes will be taken by McLaren's Lewis Hamilton in 2013.
He said: "I have decided to retire at the end of the season. I still feel I am capable of competing against the best but the time sometimes comes to say goodbye and this time it might be forever."
Maria De Villota has been released from hospital following an accident that resulted in her losing her right eye while test driving for F1 team Marussia.
De Villota required two operations at Addendrooke's Hospital in Cambridge in the wake of a crash at Duxford Airfield.
She was admitted to Madrid's La Paz hospital last week and has since undergone plastic surgery, and a statement from the hospital released on her behalf revealed she has not suffered any neurological injuries.
The family of Maria De Villota, the Formula One test driver who was badly injured in a crash at Duxford Airfield, has thanked the public for their support.
The 32-year-old remains in a stable condition in Addenbrooke's Hospital, having lost her right eye in the accident.