Mick Schumacher Jnr enhanced the famous name on Sunday by claiming victory in only his third Formula Four race on his debut weekend in the sport. The 16-year-old son of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher was the fastest over the 18 laps at the Oschersleben track, between Hanover and Berlin. Having started second on the grid, Schumacher Jnr led from the front living up to the famous name by controlling the race without any mistakes. Schumacher Jnr then finished 12th on Sunday morning before winning the afternoon's race.
Hong Kong (AFP) - 14:12 GMT - AFP IS NOW CLOSING THIS LIVE REPORT on the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, which has killed more than 2,400 people. Powerful aftershocks rocked Nepal on Sunday, panicking survivors of Saturday's 7.8-magnitude quake and triggering fresh avalanches at Everest base camp. Samir Acharya, a doctor at Annapurna Neurological Hospital, described how medics are working out of a tent set up in a parking lot after being overwhelmed by patients. 11:25 GMT - Airport - Nepal's international airport briefly shut down when a powerful aftershock hit the capital Kathmandu, forcing planes to turn around midflight.
Louis van Gaal and his Manchester United side need to discover a late-season improvement in form if they are to secure a top-four finish following a lacklustre 3-0 loss away to Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday. James McCarthy, John Stones, with his first-ever Everton goal, and Kevin Mirallas were on the mark for the Merseyside club in a fixture that marked the end of David Moyes's disastrous reign as United manager a little over a year ago. Although the Reds have shown great improvement under his Dutch successor, consecutive defeats for United have left them fourth in the Premier League table, seven points clear of fifth-placed Liverpool but having played a game more, ensuring an anxious end to the campaign.