Topics : “This year has been unprecedented for the world and we are proud that Formula One has come together in recent months to return to racing in a safe way,” Formula One Chairman Chase Carey said.Negotiations over a new Concorde Agreement had been put on hold due to the COVID-19 crisis that hit the teams and sport financially.”We said earlier in the year that due to the fluid nature of the pandemic, the Concorde Agreement would take additional time to agree and we are pleased that by August we have been able achieve agreement from all ten teams on the plans for the long term future of our sport,” Carey added.”The new Concorde Agreement, in conjunction with the regulations for 2022, will put in place the foundations to make this a reality and create an environment that is both financially fairer and closes the gaps between teams on the race track.”Formula One’s three oldest and most successful teams — Ferrari, McLaren and Williams — were the first to sign with rights holders Liberty Media and the FIA on Tuesday, with the seven other teams following suit on Wednesday.”Over its 70 year history, Formula One has developed at a remarkable rate, pushing the boundaries of safety, technology… to the absolute limit and today confirms that an exciting new chapter in that history is about to begin,” FIA President Jean Todt said. Formula One’s 10 teams have committed to the sport until at least the end of 2025 by putting their signatures to a new commercial ‘Concorde Agreement’.The current agreement, which sets out the terms under which teams race and the share of revenues, is set to expire at the end of 2020.Formula One and the governing FIA on Wednesday said in a joint statement the agreement will secure the long-term sustainable future for the sport and reduce the financial and on track disparities between the teams.
The University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team (10-4-2, 4-3-2 Big Ten) was unable to put up any points Sunday against conference rival Northwestern (8-6-2, 5-3-1 Big Ten).In what was a quiet contest for the first 37 minutes of play, Northwestern surged before half to score two goals. Unfortunately for the Badgers, they were unable to match this offensive output in the remaining minutes.Wisconsin women’s soccer fights the Illini, walks away with a 1-0 victoryThe University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team is back on track after defeating the Illinois Fighting Illini on Friday night Read…Mckenna Agnotti scored the first of the two goals for the Wildcats on a strong shot from the left side of the field, assisted by both Brenna Lovera and Kim Jerantowski. The latter was finished less than three minutes later by Marisa Viggiano on a free kick put-in.Wisconsin was able to stay competitive in the shot count with their opponents, attempting five shots on goal to Northwestern’s six. However, the execution just was simply absent on both sides of the field for the Badgers.Goalkeeper Caitlyn Clem was unable to match her cousin Lauren’s performance in the game. Caitlyn’s .667 save percentage on the day was below her average and gave the Badgers little chance with the stagnant offense they displayed Sunday.On the other hand, Lauren Clem of Northwestern made all five of her saves, leaving a goose egg in the Badger’s box score. Lauren appears to be hitting her stride for the Wildcats, notching her second straight shutout in the home win.While the Badgers once again went with a three forward rotation, it was ultimately unsuccessful. Lauren Rice and Cameron Murtha were the only strikers to have shots on goal, with two and one respectively.Looking forward, the Badgers hopes for the Big Ten tournament appear to be darkening. This loss gives Northwestern a lead in the conference standings, where Wisconsin places sixth. However, the Badgers’ seed could fall to eighth within the next game, as only one point separates them from Purdue and Nebraska.Women’s soccer: Badgers get momentum back against Purdue after unsuccessful road tripAfter an underwhelming road trip, the University of Wisconsin women’s soccer team has gotten its winning streak back on track Read…Unfortunately for the Wisconsin women, their final road stand seems to be leaving them with more questions than answers. Will the Badgers generate enough offense to compete in tournament games? Can Caitlyn Clem consistently keep this team in low scoring games?The Badgers will look to answer these questions as they move on to Iowa on Saturday before returning to Madison to play their final home game on Oct. 25.
Ezekiel Elliott says Cowboys offense ‘didn’t do our jobs’ in loss to Saints “That’s why Chase is here,” Nagy said. “We’ll prepare for both guys, and I’ll know more (later). Again, our game plan is not going to change a whole lot. If Chase is the guy, we’re going to do things that Chase does well. If it’s Mitch, then we’ll continue to keep doing things with him. I’ll never get to a point where I’m frozen because I don’t know what to do. We’ll just keep growing.”ESPN reported Trubisky had an MRI exam Monday that revealed a dislocated left shoulder with a slight labrum tear. However, it’s not expected to require surgery. Rams’ Todd Gurley calls Thursday games ‘dumbest thing ever’ Chicago lost Mitchell Trubisky in Week 4, but the team doesn’t think he’s lost for the year.Bears coach Matt Nagy doesn’t believe the quarterback’s left (non-throwing) shoulder injury suffered in Sunday’s 16-6 win over the Vikings will be season-ending, but he said he will provide more information as it becomes available over the next few days. “I haven’t found out a whole lot other than it’s his shoulder, so I’ll know more here probably the next day or two,” Nagy told reporters after the game. “Hopefully a day. We’ll see how all that goes, but it’s unfortunate.”Nagy couldn’t confirm if the shoulder was dislocated or broken, but added the injury is “frustrating,” considering Trubisky still is trying to find his rhythm with the offense. Should Trubisky be sidelined for an extended period, the team will once again turn to backup quarterback Chase Daniel. Related News Rams’ loss to Buccaneers ‘a wake-up call for everybody,’ Sean McVay says Initial MRI on Bears’ QB Mitchell Trubisky revealed he has a dislocated left shoulder, with a slight labrum tear, but does not need surgery and should he back “sooner rather than later”, per source. He will travel with team to London and is unlikely to play vs. Raiders.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 30, 2019Trubisky was hurt on the Bears’ sixth play of the game when he was hit and fumbled the ball. He rolled awkwardly onto his left arm in what appeared to be an attempt to reach for the loose ball and possibly break his fall.here’s the called-back fumble that sent Mitchell Trubisky to the injury tent pic.twitter.com/Qoc7WlpMmq— Christian D’Andrea (@TrainIsland) September 29, 2019He entered Sunday’s game having completed 67 of 103 passes for 579 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.The Bears (3-1) are next slated to play the Raiders (2-2) in London Week 5 action before their Week 6 bye.