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Spain La Vuelta cyclist Lampre's Nelson Oliveira of Portugal, celebrates on the podium after winning the 13th
stage between Calatayud and Tarazona, 178 kilometres (110,6 miles), at the Spanish Vuelta cycling race in
Tarazona, northern Spain, yesterday. AP PHOTO
TARAZONA---Nelson Oliveira of Por-
tugal sped away to win the 13th stage
of the Spanish Vuelta, while Fabio Aru
kept his lead yesterday before the Grand
Tour enters three straight days in the
mountains. Oliveira broke free from an
escape group of 24 riders with around
20 kilometres (12 miles) to go on the
hilly 178-kilometre (110-mile) ride from
Calatayud to Tarazona. The Lampre-
Merida rider had time to savor his first
international win. He slowed down,
zipped up his maillot, and bowed to the
crowd as he crossed a minute ahead of
the chasing pack.
"This is one of the happiest days of
my life, my first international win and
to get it on the Vuelta," he said. "I had
circled this stage on the calendar. Those
were the longest 20 kilometers of my
life." Aru finished in the peloton with
the remaining main rivals following the
expulsion of Astana teammate Vincenzo
Nibali and Chris Froome s withdrawal
due to a broken foot. Spain s Joaquim
Rodriguez remained in second place at
27 seconds behind the Italian leader.
Dutchman Tom Dumoulin was 30 sec-
onds back, while former champion Ale-
jandro Valverde was sixth at 1 minute,
52 seconds off Aru s pace. The three-
week event enters a span of three con-
secutive stages that all culminate in
summit finishes. Today s stage is a 215-
kilometer (113-mile) ride starting in Vito-
ria and ending at the special-category
Alto Campoo summit. "If I feel good
tomorrow I will try to win some time,"
Aru said. The race ends in Madrid on
September 13. (AP)
Oliveira of Portugal wins 13th Vuelta stage
MONZA---With Lewis Hamilton and
Nico Rosberg dominating practice for
the Italian Grand Prix, Mercedes is
on track for its 23rd consecutive pole
Hamilton and Rosberg finished 1-2
in both of yesterday s practice sessions.
In the afternoon, championship
leader Hamilton clocked the day s best
time of 1 minute, 24.279 seconds around
the Monza circuit, which features the
highest speeds in Formula One. Ros-
berg, the top challenger who became
a father for the first time last weekend,
was a narrow 0.021 seconds behind.
Williams holds the Formula One
record of 24 straight poles, set in 1992
and 1993. The last time Mercedes didn t
take pole came at last year s Austrian
GP, when Felipe Massa of Williams
took the first spot on the grid.
Hamilton has taken 10 of 11 poles
this year, with Rosberg beating him
only in Spain. Four-time world cham-
pion Sebastian Vettel, competing in a
Ferrari for the first time at Monza, fin-
ished third in both practice sessions ---
narrowing his gap from more than 1.5
seconds in the morning to under a sec-
ond in the afternoon.
Force India drivers Nico Hulkenberg
and Sergio Perez flip-flopped between
fourth and fifth over the two trainings.
Kimi Raikkonen in the other Ferrari
placed sixth in both sessions, while
Romain Grosjean of Lotus was seventh
in the afternoon.
Grosjean sat out the morning to give
Jolyon Palmer a chance behind the
wheel amid speculation that the cash-
strapped Lotus team could be taken
over by Renault.
Mercedes-powered cars took eight
of the top 10 spots in both practices,
with only the Ferraris preventing a
Toro Rosso continued to have prob-
lems. After Carlos Sainz spun out in
the morning and had to abandon his
car on the gravel, Max Verstappen
ended up on the gravel in the afternoon,
just barely avoiding the barriers.
After frightening tire deterioration
incidents for Rosberg and Vettel in Bel-
gium two weeks ago and an ensuing
investigation from sole supplier Pirelli,
there was more worry from Verstappen
in the morning.
After the Dutchman wobbled through
the 180-degree Parabolica turn follow-
ing only four laps on a set of medium
rubber, he radioed his team, "I have no
rear tires left. I m having a lot of trouble
with traction now."
Vettel was among several drivers who
put a sticker on their helmet to com-
memorate the death of IndyCar driver
Justin Wilson. The sticker contained
an image of Wilson s helmet with the
words, "Rest in peace, Justin." (AP)
Mercedes on course to extend
F1 pole position streak to 23
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