Sport Cycling: Buchmann extends at Bora-Hansgrohe
Power extends IndyCar deal with Penske
Australian driver Will Power will keep driving IndyCars with Penske Racing until at least the end of 2023 after signing a new deal with the powerhouse team.The 40-year-old, who joined the team in 2009, confirmed his new deal at this weekend's event in Florida.
The German Tour Hope Emanuel Buchmann will also lead to the German top team Bora-Hansgrohe in the pedals.
The German Tour Hope Emanuel Buchmann also takes place in the future for the German top team Bora-Hansgrohe into the pedals. The 28-year-old wheelprofi extended his end-of-seasonal contract at the Raublinger Rennstall until the end of 2024. The tour fourth of 2019 has been driving for Bora and its predecessor teams since 2015. Next weekend Buchmann starts for the first time at the Giro d'Italia (8 to 30 May).
"For me Bora? Hansgrohe is still the perfect team," Buchmann said, "The last year was very difficult for me, and whether a partnership is still harmonized, you always realize in the heavy times, not if it is already running anyway , The support I learned there has shown me that I am in the right team. "
Team boss Ralph Denk praised Buchmann as a "constant" in the team: "He has increased from year to year because he is an incredibly meticulous worker."
Machine Gun Kelly dishes on SNL performance which didn't go as planned .
Machine Gun Kelly dished about his emotional Saturday Night Live performance that didn't go as planned, and his first two dates with Megan Fox.During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that airs on Wednesday, the rocker-rapper dished on why he had to rethink his performance at the last moment, and that he now blames Pete Davidson for knocking him off the stage.