Latest - Scott Dixon spins into fifth in Wisconsin.
The defending Indy Car series champion Scott Dixon produced the drive of the race but only finished fifth in the latest round in Wisconsin.
The New Zealander spun on the first lap and ended up dead last, but fought his way back from 23rd to the top five.
Alex Rossi won the race, with Will Power second and Josef Newgarden third.
The New Zealander is now fourth in the overall standings about midway through the season, 94 points behind the leader American Josef Newgarden.
Proteas out of World Cup contention
South Africa's Cricket World Cup hopes crumbled into dust as Haris Sohail smashed a rapid-fire 89 to help Pakistan secure a 49-run win at Lord's that kept their own chances of reaching the knockouts alive.
Sohail's dominant 59-ball knock and a tidy half century from Babar Azam helped Pakistan reach 308-7, a total that South Africa never threatened to surpass.
South Africa captain Faf Du Plessis offered their only real resistance with a 79-ball 63 in another poor batting display from his side.
Wahab Riaz and Shadab Khan took three wickets each as Pakistan condemned South Africa to a fifth defeat of the tournament that left them languishing ninth in the 10-team table.
While Pakistan's slim hopes of reaching the knockout stages stayed alive, South Africa, with three points from their opening seven matches, are unable to secure a spot in the top four - who all advance to the semi-finals.
Hamilton wins again
Lewis Hamilton has led from start to finish to win Formula One's French Grand Prix.
Hamilton put on a display of domination in a processional French Grand Prix to go 36 points clear in the Formula One world championship and stretch Mercedes's winning run to 10 races.
It's Hamilton's fourth win in a row and sixth of the season.
The Briton took the chequered flag 18 seconds ahead of Finnish team mate Valtteri Bottas, who was pushed hard at the end by Ferrari's Charles Leclerc in a short-lived moment of tension.
While Mercedes celebrated their 50th one-two finish, fans around the world could be excused for stifling their yawns after a race that staked a solid claim for most boring of the year.
Black Sox fail to finish in top three
The New Zealand men's softball team will return home without a medal after finishing fourth at the world champs in the Czech republic.
The Black Sox lost the third place play off to Canada 2-1.
The Black Sox once again took the lead with a home run, this time to Reilly Makea in the top of the 4th inning but Canada levelled the scores at one all.
Canada's momentum continued with another run in the 6th to take the lead and eventually the game.
Barty becomes first Aussie world number one in over 40 years
Ashleigh Barty will become the first Australian in 43 years to climb to the top of the WTA singles ranking after she won the Birmingham Classic grasscourt title.
The 23-year-old beat Germany's Julia Goerges 6-3 7-5 in the final, meaning when the new WTA rankings are released on Monday she will knock Japan's Naomi Osaka off the summit.
French Open champion Barty gave up tennis in late 2014 and played Big Bash cricket for Brisbane Heat before returning to the sport in 2016.
The last Australian woman to reach the number one ranking was Evonne Goolagong in 1976.