Daniel Ricciardo out, Oscar Piastri in? What we know about contentious Formula 1 situation
Talented rookie Oscar Piastri is engaged in a contract dispute that could leave veteran Daniel Ricciardo without a Formula one seat next season.Oscar Piastri, who is currently the reserve/test driver at Alpine F1 team, was announced Tuesday as one of the team's two primary drivers for the 2023 season. However, about 30 minutes after Alpine's press release, Piasti wrote on Twitter that he did not have a contract with Alpine for the 2023 season and called the press release "wrong.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Dallas Cowboy fans be warned: ESPN's Stephen A. Smith has a memoir coming out next year.
13A, an imprint of Gallery Books, announced Tuesday that Smith's “Straight Shooter: A Memoir of Second Chances and First Takes” is scheduled for January 2023. According to 13A, Smith will share stories about growing up poor in New York City, his early years in journalism and his long history of speaking his mind — to a fault — about sports (the Cowboys are a favorite target) and a wide of range of issues, including comments about domestic violence that led to ESPN's briefly suspending him in 2014.
“This book is a long time coming. Due to my fixation on privacy pertaining to my personal life, it took a lot of time, and a lot of prodding by loved ones, to finally get me to do this," Smith said in a statement.
"But as I once told my Mom, ‘if I’m going to write a book, I’ll be damned if I’m holding back. I’m going to speak my truth, say what I have to say, just so everyone knows where I stand and why.’ I know I’ve done that in this book. I had to do so eventually. It was time. No matter the consequences.”
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Tyron Smith injury: How Dak Prescott, Cowboys are impacted by veteran tackle's torn hamstring .
Tyron Smith injury: How Dak Prescott, Cowboys are impacted by veteran tackle's torn hamstringSmith suffered a leg injury at Dallas' practice on Wednesday. It was quickly reported by ESPN's Todd Archer that Smith hadn't suffered a torn ACL, and that gave both Smith's teammates and Cowboys fans some hope.