The Stagcom 28th September Round Up
LUCKY 41 FOR HAMILTON
Lewis Hamilton is probably still celebrating after matching Ayrton Senna's 41 Grand Prix wins on Sunday. Taking pole position out of Turn Two at Suzuka - and forcing team-mate Nico Rosberg back to fourth spot in the process - Hamilton set the scene for another emphatic victory. You can say what you like about his haircut, the boy can drive.
LIFE ON MARS
With Ridley Scott's The Martian hitting cinemas this week, it's the perfect time for NASA to announce a mysterious finding from the surface of the red planet - or could the big news be under the surface? Speculation is rife as to what the space agency is going to reveal, with a press conference set for 3.30pm GMT today. Boffins reckon we could see evidence of sub-surface water deposits, something sci-fi writers have been banging on about for years. Next stop: Total Recall.
CAMPING OFFICIALLY SUCKS
Fancy getting back to nature? Don't bother. The universe has finally made it official: camping isn't just uncomfortable and boring, it's also dangerous. Stunned campers were evacuated from Rainbow Beach campsite in Australia at the weekend as a 450ft-wide, 9ft deep hole swallowed tents, camper vans and cars. I'll stick to hotels, thank you very much.