17 February 2019 00:32
Let's use Live Aid as a way to celebrate Freddie's life and the music.' Sounds like the Bohemian Rhapsody cast were feeling 'under pressure'! Rami Malek, who played frontman Freddie Mercury, even insisted the Live Aid scenes be shot in one take to keep the energy of the performance intact. Here's what he said: They plunged in at the deep end, that was like the pinnacle performance they had to pull off right at the beginning at the start of shooting. LONDON: The memorial of German philosopher Karl Marx has been vandalised in London for the second time in two weeks, the cemetery that manages the site said on Saturday (Feb 16). BMW Andretti's Antonio Felix da Costa set the pace across the practice sessions ahead of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship's Mexico City E-Prix.
Pos Driver Team Car Time Gap 1 Antonio Felix da Costa BMW BMW 58.963s - 2 Felipe Massa Venturi Venturi 59.138s 0.175s 3 Sebastien Buemi e.dams Nissan 59.248s 0.285s 4 Jerome d'Ambrosio Mahindra Mahindra 59.323s 0.360s 5 Sam Bird Virgin Audi 59.384s 0.421s 6 Jose Maria Lopez Dragon Penske 59.396s 0.433s 7 Oliver Rowland e.dams Nissan 59.456s 0.493s 8 Nelson Piquet Jr. Jaguar Jaguar 59.474s 0.511s 9 Lucas di Grassi Audi Audi 59.506s 0.543s 10 Daniel Abt Audi Audi 59.590s 0.627s 11 Pascal Wehrlein Mahindra Mahindra 59.595s 0.632s 12 Jean-Eric Vergne DS Techeetah DS 59.600s 0.637s 13 Stoffel Vandoorne HWA Venturi 59.687s 0.724s 14 Robin Frijns Virgin Audi 59.742s 0.779s 15 Tom Dillmann NIO NIO 59.820s 0.857s 16 Mitch Evans Jaguar Jaguar 59.876s 0.913s 17 Oliver Turvey NIO NIO 59.911s 0.948s 18 Andre Lotterer DS Techeetah DS 59.923s 0.960s 19 Felipe Nasr Dragon Penske 1m00.155s 1.192s 20 Gary Paffett HWA Venturi 1m00.282s 1.319s 21 Alexander Sims BMW BMW 1m00.355s 1.392s 22 Edoardo Mortara Venturi Venturi 1m00.414s 1.451s Throughout the session, names at the top of the timesheets swapped around, with DS Techeetah's Andre Lotterer initially setting the pace before being demoted by Sebastien Buemi while Mitch Evans, Jose Maria Lopez and Jerome d'Ambrosio all briefly held the fastest time in the 30-minute session. Venturi Formula E's Felipe Massa emerged as da Costa's nearest challenger, with the former F1 ace trailing the Portuguese driver by only 0.175s after previously setting the slowest time in practice one. Panasonic Jaguar Racing's Nelson Piquet emerged as the fastest runner for the British marque in a second consecutive session, setting the eighth fastest time despite being one of a number of drivers who ran straight on at the circuit's tricky right-hand Turn 1.--Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry and his brother, Seth Curry of the Portland Trail Blazers, have more on the line than just family bragging rights when the 3-Point Contest takes place Saturday night as part of All-Star Weekend.The pair has a sizable wager on the line that has ramifications throughout the remainder of their careers."Family's obviously big for us and like our support," Stephen said Saturday. "So kind of wanted to weave that into the bet, so whoever loses has to pick up the tab for all the tickets any time we play against each other for the rest of our careers. I know he's very confident though."Stephen said he "knows for a fact" that many of his family members will be cheering for Seth to win."I hope to pull the upset tonight," Stephen said jokingly, drawing laughter from the assembled media.For his part, Seth said the brothers have split their lifelong series in various shooting contests."I'm sure it's very close to 50-50," Seth said.
"I hope he got a good night's sleep last night," Curry said with a chuckle. It's surreal every time I get to go back there, in terms of my humble beginnings, the imprint that the teams I got to play for made for those three years has left left on the program. "They got the win," Curry said. To be honest, me and my brother always dreamed of being part of All-Star Weekend, doing 3-point shootouts or playing in the game or whatever.