Welsh sportscar driver Jann Mardenborough has been involved in a crash in a race in Germany which has resulted in the death of a spectator.
Mardenborough was competing in the VLN1 event at the Nurburgring Nordschliefe when his Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 flipped up in the air as it crested a rise in the circuit.
With the nose of the car pointing up in the air, it soared for around 30 metres before landing on its tail and bouncing over the catch-fencing into a crowd of people.
Mardenborough emerged from the car seemingly unscathed, although has since been taken to a local hospital for routine checks following an initial examination at the circuit medical centre.
Mardenborough is renowned for his epic rise into motor racing just four years after winning Nissan's 'gamer-to-racer' project.
In 2011, the 23-year-old from Cardiff won the GT Academy, a scheme run by Nissan and Sony that turns armchair gamers into professional racers.
Over the past few years Mardenborough, son of former professional footballer Steve, has competed in sportscars and single-seaters.
In mid-February, Nissan confirmed Mardenborough would take part in a full season of the World Endurance Championship, which includes the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Wales winger George North says he is "feeling okay" after being knocked out in Northampton's Aviva Premiership clash with Wasps on Friday.
North scored two tries in the Saints' 52-30 win but after the second, he was caught on the head by the knee of Wasps forward Nathan Hughes, who was sent off for dangerous play.
North left the field unconscious and in a neck brace but the club tweeted just before half-time that he was "awake" and the player wrote on his own Twitter account on Saturday.
The injury was a worrying sight after North took two blows to the head in his country's RBS 6 Nations clash with England.
He controversially played on in that game before sitting out Wales' next match against Scotland.
Wales captain Ashley Williams has said he has given little thought to winning his 50th cap this afternoon - with picking up Euro 2016 qualifying points the only thing on his mind.
The 30-year-old centre back reaches the half century mark after making his debut in a 2-0 win over Luxembourg in 2008.
Since then Williams has become an established Premier League defender at Swansea and Wales, now under the guidance of Chris Coleman, are hoping o the European Championship finals in France next year after making an unbeaten start to their qualifying campaign
That run will be tested against Group B leaders Israel on Saturday but Williams insists Wales are ready for the challenge on a night when he reaches his own personal milestone.
Williams will come up against one of the form strikers in Euro 2016 qualifying at the Sammy Ofer Stadium in Haifa.
Omer Damari has five goals in qualifying so far and shares the honour of being joint top-scorer in qualifying with England striker Danny Welbeck.
Wales' qualification hopes were buoyed by picking up a point away to group favourites Belgium in November.
It means they have eight points after four games, one shy of Israel who have won their three matches and play Belgium at home on Tuesday, and Williams admits Wales have to keep picking up points on the road.
Police in south Wales have seized Class A drugs, cash and weapons at two addresses in Cardiff following a raid yesterday.
A number of arrests were made for possession and supply of Class A drugs at The Canton Sports Bar and a residential address in the same area.
Cardiff Blues lost to Ulster tonight in the Guiness Pro 12.
Despite having no points at half time the Blues fought back, but couldn't do enough to close the gap on the hosts at the Kingspan Stadium.
The final score was Ulster 36 - Cardiff Blues 17.
Newport County have beaten Accrington Stanley tonight in League Two.
The final score was 0-2 to the Exiles, with goals from Aaron O'Connor and Shaun Jeffers.