Alonso slams ‘incompetence’ of F1 stewards

Fernando Alonso says he was unfairly penalized in the Miami Grand Prix due to “incompetence from the stewards” and that one of Formula 1’s race directors isn’t professional enough. The Spaniard was penalized for leaving the track and gaining an advantage late in the race in...
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Fernando Alonso questions competence of F1 race director, stewards

BARCELONA, Spain -- Fernando Alonso has questioned the racing "knowledge" of one of Formula One's new race directors after driver safety concerns raised in Miami were not acted upon. The FIA has appointed two race directors this year, Niels Wittich and Eduardo Freitas, to fill the role left by Michael...
Tahoe Daily Tribune

Destination stewardship (Opinion)

As we shake off the traces of winter, the Lake Tahoe region is beginning to feel the hopeful enthusiasm of the coming summer. Adding to the optimism is the newly developed partnership advancing what will be the first Lake Tahoe Destination Stewardship Plan. An unprecedented collaboration of recreation and tourism...

EXCLUSIVE: Premier League sets out plans to tackle spate of pitch invasions in emergency meeting... including telling clubs to use specially-trained SPRINTER stewards called 'pitch runners'

The Premier League has set out plans to tackle pitch invaders at an emergency meeting – which include the use of specially trained sprinter stewards wearing football boots. Each side has been told they need to use 'pitch runners' – quick-reacting stewards wearing appropriate footwear - whose sole purpose is to keep an eye out for fans who encroach the playing surface.

Alonso reprimanded for impeding Hamilton during FP1

Fernando Alonso has been handed a driving reprimand for impeding Lewis Hamilton during the opening practice session in Barcelona on Friday. Hamilton was rounding Turn 12 while setting a lap time, however ahead of him, the Alpine of Alonso disrupted his path. The two-time World Champion was called to the...

Sugar farmers are evolving stewards

Last month, the Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida celebrated the close of our 60th crop. Farmers in the Everglades Agricultural Area, like those at the Cooperative, are enjoying somewhat of a renaissance in farming innovation. We’ve significantly lowered our usage of fuel, implemented new risk management tools, and recruited first-rate talent to further cultivate our revolutionary farming and processing methods.