Paul di Resta has joined Williams as reserve driver - and signed up to be a pundit on Sky Sports F1 for 2016. The Scot will provide cover for Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa for the Grove-based outfit, which finished third in last years World Championship. I am delighted to be joining Williams as reserve driver and look forward to the 2016 season. It will be a busy year combining both driving in DTM with Mercedes AMG, and attending the Formula One Grands Prix in my new reserve driver role, said Di Resta.He will also appear as part of Sky F1s on-screen team, providing his expert analysis on Sky Sports F1 for a substantial number of races this season, further strengthening the award-winning line-up ahead of a season that will see more races than ever before, with Sky Sports the only place to watch all 21 races live. Every race live in 2016 Sky Sports F1 brings you every race live in 2016. Fast and easy online upgrade - click here Di Resta competed in 58 races across three seasons for Force India between 2011 and 2013, scoring 121 points in the process.Di Resta joins a Sky Sports F1 line-up that already boasts three former F1 drivers, including 1996 world champion Damon Hill together with Martin Brundle and Johnny Herbert. He also joins Simon Lazenby, David Croft, Natalie Pinkham, Ted Kravitz and Rachel Brookes in the fifth season of Sky Sports F1.Di Resta said: Im very excited to be joining the Sky Sports F1 team, the coverage is excellent and I hope I can play my part to help excite and educate everyone watching at home.Its a huge season, more races than ever and working with both Williams and Sky Sports Im going to give it everything and enjoy being part of an amazing sport that provides drama and excitement at every turn.Sky Sports Head of F1 Martin Turner said: Paul brings huge experience to Sky Sports F1 and having someone embedded within a current F1 team is going to add a new level to our coverage this season.He has raced against most of the drivers on the grid this season, and that competitive knowledge will help take viewers closer to the action and provide a deeper level of insight.Sky Sports F1 will show the first race of the season from Melbourne exclusively live on Sunday. Australian GP on Sky Sports Full schedule and TV times The Sky F1 Team discuss the most mentally challenging circuits on the 2016 F1 calendar Also See: Mercedes: Lewis & Nico can fight The 2016 Formula 1 grid in numbers Andrew Heaney Angels Jersey . The 18-year-old American had five birdies in her bogey-free round for a 17-under total of 196. Lee held the overnight lead but mixed three birdies with two bogeys for a 70. Darin Erstad Jersey .S. Open champion Justin Rose birdied the first hole with a blind shot he hit to a foot of the pin, and he stayed in front Tuesday until he completed a 4-under 67 for a two-shot lead over Jason Dufner in PGA Grand Slam of Golf. http://www.baseballangelslockroom.com/matt-harvey-angels-jersey/ .com) - Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Roger Federer were easy first-round winners Tuesday at the Australian Open. Kole Calhoun Angels Jersey . The Barrie Colts defenceman, who impressed many with his play for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship, is the top-ranked skater in the February rankings. He has 19 goals and 24 assists for 43 points in 45 games with the Colts this season. Reggie Jackson Angels Jersey . -- Cam Newton pranced into the end zone, placed his hands over his chest and did his familiar Superman pose. LONG POND, Pa. -- Will Power chalked up his latest milestone to experience. Theres nothing like it with a championship on the line.Power continued his stirring late-season run on Monday, holding pole-sitter Mikhail Aleshin at bay after a final restart, and won the rain-delayed IndyCar race at Pocono Raceway.It was the fourth win in six races for Power, the 29th of his career, and cut 38 points off the lead in the standings held by Team Penske teammate Simon Pagenaud. Pagenaud finished 18th after a late crash and Power trails by 20 with three races remaining in the season.It feels normal. Its not like Im doing anything special. Thats the funny thing, said Power, who missed the first race of the season with concussion symptoms and watched Pagenaud mount a commanding lead in the points with a similar early season surge. Im very seasoned on how races play out, when to take risks and when not to. Thats how Ive been doing it. Now, Im feeling good.Powers surge has moved him into a tie in all-time wins with Rick Mears and Scott Dixon, and also includes second-place finishes at Iowa and Mid-Ohio.On this day, unlike his early years, the 35-year-old Australian was methodical, slowly working his way forward as the crew made change after change in the pits. He led 55 of 200 laps.Its another example of just hanging out all day, adjusting on the car and getting the car right, and then booming at the end, said Power, who started eighth. The older you get, the more you let the race happen.Defending race winner Ryan Hunter-Reay finished third, Josef Newgarden was fourth and Sebastien Bourdais fifth thanks to late-race pit strategy.A year ago, Hunter-Reay won a crash-filled race at Pocono that took the life of 37-year-old Englishman Justin Wilson. Pocono Raceway painted JW on the track at the finish line and Union Jacks flew at half-staff in his honor. Both Wilson and open-wheel driver Bryan Clauson, who was killed two weeks ago in a crash in Kansas, were remembered in the pre-race prayer and with a moment of silence.Hunter-Reay and Aleshin took turns in the lead for the first two-thirds of the race. The complexion of the race and the points race changed after Pagenaud crashed to bring out a caution.Hunter-Reay took the lead on the restart, and after zooming through the first turn began to slow with electrical problems and fell a lap down.Power then regained the lead, and after a debriss caution on lap 176, he exited the pits in first place as Hunter-Reay got back on the lead lap with one last chance.dddddddddddd He ran out of laps after weaving his way back to third.Aleshin tried to challenge one final time, but Power pulled away over the final 20 laps.Other things to know about the IndyCar race at Pocono on Monday:ALESHIN SHINES: Aleshin was fastest in first practice on Saturday, fastest with the pole on the line and very fast on Monday. Just not quite fast enough.Still, that his career-best IndyCar finish came on an oval served notice that his No. 7 Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Honda is becoming a force to be reckoned with.It could be greater if I could be standing on the top of the podium, said Aleshin, who led a race-high 87 laps and has led 130 circuits the last two races. I just wanted this win so bad.HUNTER-REAYS BAD LUCK: Hunter-Reay, who started last because of a crash in practice that prevented him from qualifying, was poised to win at Pocono for the second straight year and get the chance to celebrate that he didnt last year because of the crash that killed Wilson.Leading on a late restart, his engine stalled going into the first turn with an electrical problem, and before he could refire, the engine fell a lap down. A debris caution allowed him to regain the lost lap and he surged to a podium finish.I had the car under me to do it, Hunter-Reay said. Leading the race and the engine shuts off. What more could happen? Just have to smile and keep pushing. Its been that way. This ones going to be a hard one to put behind me.PAGENAUD PLUMMETS: Pagenaud hit the wall on lap 158 after his No. 22 Chevy bottomed out. He lost the steering, hit the wall hard and was still puzzled after exiting the care center.ROSSI RUINED: Indy 500 winner Alexander Rossi was in the top five early in the race, but the rookies promising day was spoiled by a scary crash on pit road nearly a third of the way through the race. He exited his pit and was clipped by Charlie Kimball, which sent Rossis No. 98 Honda over the top of the No. 3 Penske Chevrolet driven by Helio Castroneves.The crash relegated Castroneves to a 19th-place finish and dropped him from third to fifth in points, 113 behind Pagenaud.---AP Auto Racing Website: www.racing.ap.org ' ' '