F1 in the USA, Joey Barton in conversation and karate football

This week’s roundup also features Wayne Rooney’s best, Donald Trump back in the day, retro skiing, beating the wallet snatchers and Jerry Quarry remembered

1) With the US Grand Prix on Sunday, some choice moments from F1 in the US: Bruce McLaren takes the flag, becoming the sport’s youngest winner but Jack Brabham is the star – pushing his car over the line to take fourth and the world championship at Sebring in 1959; Gilles Villeneuve magnificent in the wet at Watkins Glen 1979; John Watson with some glorious overtaking during his win at Detroit in 1982 and his comeback to win from 22nd on the grid in 1983 at Long Beach in full: parts one, two, three, four, five, six, seven and eight; Watson talking through both races; Keke Rosberg and Villeneuve battle at Long Beach in 1982; Ayrton Sennna v Jean Alesi at Phoenix in 1990 and Lewis Hamilton uncompromising through turn one at the Circuit of the Americas on his way to the world championship last year.

2) 14 years ago: remember the name – how Wayne Rooney’s introduced himself with that first goal against Arsenal, more were to follow. More up to date: Egyptian goalie makes great save outside the box, no one notices, photographer fails to make catch outside the end zone, everyone notices.

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