The British Grand Prix at Silverstone saw plenty of drama, including a spectacular crash at 200 miles per hour with Zhou Guanyu’s Alfa Romeo flying through the air and only a safety net protecting the crowd from injury. Zhou was saved by the halo device fitted to his car and was later released from the hospital unharmed.
The pattern that decides Grand Prix racing, apart from car power and driver skill, was again in full bloom with numerous incidents calling the safety car and restarting the race. So whoever establishes a lead suddenly finds himself almost on the starting grid with the whole peloton gathered behind him ready for a new attack.
Athletes representing one of the finest golf courses on the Riviera now have a championship title to their credit. The Monte Carlo Golf Club team recently won a big victory at the 3rd division French championships in Grenoble.
The Monegasque team had many twists and turns during the championships which took place over 4 days. The team has just slipped through to the final by coming in eighth place, or last qualifying position, after the first two days of the championship. They played very well in the semi-finals against the then first team, Dijon Bourgogne with a score of (4-3). The last match against Royal Mougins was won by an incredible score of 4.5 to 1.5.
Recently, an important marked public engagement session was held at the Lou Clapas Amphitheater, officially marking the entry of the Center Hospitalier Princesse Grace (CHPG) into the “Mon Restau Responsable” initiative. Many chefs from Monaco and the region attended the ceremony.
The CHPG thus becomes the first establishment in the Principality, as well as the first hospital in the PACA region, to obtain the participatory guarantee.
Even the greatest have their setbacks. Perhaps the way they deal with adversity even defines their path to future success. La Roca is full of stalwart hearts and while the Roca Team won’t lift the French Championship title for the first time in their history, they have shown the competitive spirit that will surely lead them back to being French Champions.
Despite two match points, and an 8-point lead 4 minutes from the end of this epilogue-like match 5, Sasa Obradovic’s men fell on an Asvel team which, moreover, never gave up and went after her after extra time (82-84).