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Ross Brawn, centre, deserves huge credit for the Mercedes he left behind in the winter.

Brains and Brawn lift Mercedes to a new level in Formula One

Before a single metre was raced in anger this season, our EDPF1 podcast crew predicted the destination of the 2014 constructors’ and drivers’ championships – and everyone said Mercedes would take team honours.

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He's had to bide his time - but now Wes Hoolahan (right) is a key player for the Republic of Ireland, with the aim of shining for Norwich City again on his return.

Norwich City’s international bright young things enjoy the perfect round

Played 16, won 11, lost one – and that was a friendly. It’s a record anyone would take, and it’s hard to think of an international break where things have gone much better for a Norwich City international task force; this time numbering nine.

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Jonny Howson has got back to first-team involvement quickly following his injury-hit pre-season.

The chance to impress for Norwich City, or just a break from the norm?

Sometimes as a journalist you decide to ask a question and you can either hear the answer it’s going to get before you’ve finished asking it, or feel the little nip that it probably wasn’t the best question to ask in the first place.

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Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton (centre) in the post-race press conference following victory in this year's Japanese Grand Prix - flanked by team-mate Nico Rosberg (left) and Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.

All Formula One thoughts remain with Jules Bianchi

Any sport can be incredibly affecting when you’re in that special moment; watching something fantastic, historic or brilliant unfold. The enjoyment penetrates pretty deep and happily hangs around as the real world comes back into focus.

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Referee Michael  Russell tries to keep Norwich City manager Neil Adams in check on Tuesday night. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City’s comeback kings now need to prove they can bounce back too

It’s hard to imagine anything summing up the Championship quite like the rigor, subplots and ultimate frustration of Tuesday night. From the seemingly unchecked performance of referee Michael Russell, to Charlton’s approach to the 90 minutes – it was a night the Championship loves to dish out.

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