F1 has produced plenty of phenomenal racing, high intensity drama and true characters over the years. To see how F1 has progressed throughout that time, you have to look back to some of the greatest and saddest moments, to really capture what the sport has become.
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The 2018 Six Nations saw both the best and worst of Scotland. They recovered from the worst possible start to finish 3rd, securing a memorable win over England along the way.
Daniel Akin, from south east London, only started playing competitive basketball three years ago. After his UMBC team made history this week, the 19-year-old talks about what it was like to play a part in the biggest basketball upset of all time.
Paul O’Neill was a leading touring car driver when he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2004. Despite his condition, O’Neill returned to racing two years later and didn’t retire until 2013. This is his story.
Gordon Duncan reflects on his first season as host of Superscoreboard, Radio Clyde’s flagship football discussion show, as well as his recent interview with Alex McLeish.
In the next instalment of ‘Behind the Byline’, ENRG Sport talks to Gary Heatly about his career in sports journalism, from the editorial positions he has held at Scrum Magazine to his freelance work for various publications, as well as the future of print in an increasingly digital world.