After mistake in 2012, Sato learns lesson to win Indy 500

Takuma Sato had a previous best finish at the Indy 500 of 13th. Sato passed Castroneves for the lead on Lap 195 - the last of 35 lead changes in the 200-lap race on the historic 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval and the seventh straight year that the decisive pass for the Indy 500 lead occurred in the last six laps.

Bourdais returns to Indianapolis Motor Speedway after crash

Bourdais returns to Indianapolis Motor Speedway after crash

I feel really bad for Fernando. "It was a fantastic race". He had come close to winning the race in 2012, however, when he crashed out on the final lap as he battled Dario Franchitti for the lead. The 42-year-old's most recent Indy 500 win was in 2009, and he remains the last driver to win back-to-back races in 2001 and 2002. Attrition was a factor with nine of the 33 cars eliminated in accidents.

Man United to reward Jose Mourinho

Mata says United tried to "lift the spirit of the town" at a time when it is not easy not to focus on something as insignificant as football. "I think finishing inside the top four and winning the league was our ambition at the start of the season", he told the club's official website .

Cavs coach says Irving is feeling 'good' after Game 4 ankle injury

In Game 5 against the Celtics on Thursday , James passed Michael Jordan as the leading all-time scorer in playoff history. Act III in this trilogy is overloaded with story lines, with the biggest being whether James and Co. "I went when I was 23 years old, and it felt like the Western Conference Finals was nearly like the championship". Plus, they have the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft.

Cavs' Kevin Love: We're defending champs, not Finals underdogs

The two finals teams have lost just one game between them on the way to the finals , the Warriors going a ideal 12-0 in cutting a swathe through the Western Conference and the Cavs dropping just one game. "I think maybe people just fail to realize that you just have two great teams and don't appreciate that". They'll do their talking, if they can, when the ball goes up in the air.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa will only leave Stamford Bridge for one club

Chelsea striker Diego Costa will only leave Stamford Bridge for one club

There's a World Cup and if I go to China I won't play it. "I have a contract and no intention of leaving, but if the coach won't count on me anymore or is to give space for another striker, I know I'll have to leave". "I will only leave Chelsea for Atletico". He complained, with justification, that Alexis Sanchez's fourth-minute opener for Arsenal should not have been allowed to stand due to a "very clear" handball, but admitted his team's start "wasn't good enough".