British and Irish Lions Mike Phillips and Jonathan Sexton scored tries as Racing Métro beat Toulouse 25-5 at the Stade de France.
Racing Métro president Jacky Lorenzetti has confirmed that Wales international scrum-half Mike Phillips has agreed to join the club....
France have suffered another setback ahead of November after Vincent Debaty was ruled out with 'flu and replaced by Eddy Ben Arous.
The Scarlets will look to build on an excellent start to their Heineken Cup campaign with victory over Racing Metro on Saturday.
Racing-Metro scrum-half Maxime Machenaud is an injury doubt for France's November Tests, club coach Laurent Travers revealed.
Racing kicking guru Ronan O'Gara reckons the Heineken Cup is the world's best competition and hopes it will continue beyond 2013/14.
Wales and Racing Metro centre Jamie Roberts is expected to miss the November internationals after undergoing ankle surgery.
Reports in France suggest that Racing-Metro and Wales centre Jamie Roberts will be out of action for "several weeks" with an ankle injury....
English and French clubs are to form a new breakaway competition next season after talks about continuing the Heineken Cup ended.
Toulouse made light work of Top 14 rivals Racing Métro on Wednesday, claiming a 30-6 bonus-point win at Stade Ernest Wallon.
With the Rugby Championship taking a week off after two pulsating rounds, our focus this week is on the best of the action from France....
British and Irish Lion fly-half Jonathan Sexton has set his sights high after joining big spending Racing Metro from Leinster.
Racing Metro have denied reports that they are one of the clubs looking to sign Wales and Cardiff Blues full-back Leigh Halfpenny.
Now that the dust has settled across Europe, Planet Rugby thought it was only right to hail the star players of the 2012/13 Heineken Cup....
Racing Métro have confirmed that Ireland and Munster fly-half Ronan O'Gara will join the club in a coaching position from next season....
In-form Racing-Métro travel to defending champions Toulouse on Friday to do battle for a place in the Top 14 semi-finals.
Leinster and Ireland fly-half Jonathan Sexton has admitted that he would have rather stayed with the Irish province next season.