Woods & Williams Still a Team

Steve Williams, Tiger Woods’ NZ-born caddie, has denied reports he is intending to end the pair’s lucrative eight-year partnership. “I have no idea where this [rumour] has come from,” Williams told NZ’s Sunday Star-Times. “Perhaps Tiger may not play as much now that he’s a father but that doesn’t make any difference to my job.” Williams has previously said that he would like to pursue a full-time motor racing career when he stops working with Woods, but insists that the time has not yet arrived: “That’s something that I’d like to do but caddying for the world No. 1 player is a bit more profitable and meaningful.”


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Mexico E-Prix Won by Jaguar’s Dominant Mitch Evans

Mexico E-Prix Won by Jaguar’s Dominant Mitch Evans

Taking a risk paid off for Aucklander Mitch Evans, 25, as the Jaguar driver secured victory in an action-packed Mexico E-Prix with a fearless overtake at the first corner, Aimee Lewis…