Tributes have been flooding in, after the death of French Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi. The Oxfordshire-based Marussia (now known as Manor) driver died after being in a coma for several months, following a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
A statement from his team described him as a shining talent destined for great things.
"Words cannot describe the enormous sadness within our team this morning, as we come to terms with losing Jules. He has left an indelible mark on all our lives, and will forever be part of everything we have achieved, and everything we will strive for going forward."
"Last night we lost a truly great guy and a real fighter - my sincerest condolences to his family and friends."
"An untold talent, and a potential world champion in the making".
Formula One's Lewis Hamilton and Jensen Button are two motor racing drivers who've competed and trained at Buckmore Park in Kent. Now, more than forty youngsters followed in their tyre tread marks as they took part in a special challenge. Tom Savvides reports.
Forget the Olympics, the real sporting action was in Maidstone as ferrets, pigs and gerbils raced against each other partly for glory (but mostly for food).
The unbeaten 4 year old racehorse Frankel will compete at Glorious Goodwood in Sussex later. Racegoers will hope he can continue his unbeaten run of 11 wins.
He has been the highest rated racehorse in the world since May 2011. Conservative estimates value him at 100 million pounds
Salisbury have been forced to abandon their first meeting in five years due to a waterlogged track.
Unfortunately it was due to be of their biggest crowds of the season but a further downpour overnight has left the course unraceable.
It's the first meeting the course has lost in five years.
Despite a ban on some outrageous styles in the royal enclosure at Ascot, the fashions are certainly fabulous at Ascot this year.Read the full story ›
It's hats off to Royal Ascot, which got underway today. And, this Jubilee-themed outfit had heads turning. Racegoer Jackie St Clair donned the hat in honour of The Queen's Diamond celebrations.