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  • ...A.]]''', and is now controlled by the [[Fiat]] group. The company is based in [[Maranello]], near [[Modena]], [[Italy]]. ...artered in Modena. Ferrari prepared and successfully raced various drivers in [[Alfa Romeo]] cars until 1938, when he was officially hired by Alfa as hea
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  • ...], [[1982]], [[1983]], [[1999]], [[2000]], [[2001]], [[2002]], [[2003]], [[2004]], 2007) | ...], [[1975]], [[1977]], [[1979]], [[2000]], [[2001]], [[2002]], [[2003]], [[2004]], 2007) |
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  • ...World Champions '''[[Grand Prix motorcycle racing]]''', from 1949 to 2005, in order of year and [[engine displacement]]. ...rld Champions''', from [[1949 in sports|1949]] to [[2007 in sports|2007]], in order of year and [[engine displacement]].
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  • ...and Ronzoni competing in the 1911 [[Targa Florio]] with two 24 HP models. In 1914, an advanced Grand Prix car was designed and built, the [[Alfa Romeo G ...en [[Giuseppe Campari]] won at [[Mugello]] and continued with second place in the [[Targa Florio]] driven by [[Enzo Ferrari]]. Giuseppe Merosi continued
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  • ...rari]] in the Italian sports car business. The Italian company was founded in 1963 by businessman [[Ferruccio Lamborghini]] (April 28, 1916 February 20, ...process, he discovered that the design shared components with the clutches in the tractors manufactured by his own company. Encouraged by his discovery,
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  • ...ous alternative to the models in the Fiat range upon which they are based. One of the firm's trademarks is the use of letters of the [[Greek alphabet]] as ...e the "[[Lancia Alfa-12HP|tipo 51]]" or 12 HP (later called Alfa) was made in 1907 and produced from 1908. This car had a small four cylinder engine with
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  • |Foundation || [[1959]] in [[Modena]] ...Argentinian]]-born [[Alejandro de Tomaso]] (1928–2003) in [[Modena]] in 1959.
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  • ...m to Australian businessman [[Paul Stoddart]], who sold it to [[Red Bull]] in 2005. The team is now known as [[Scuderia Toro Rosso]], [[Italian language| ...ace of 4th three times: Martini twice in 1991 and [[Christian Fittipaldi]] in 1993.
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  • ...Agusta''' is a [[motorcycle]] manufacturer founded in 1945 near [[Milan]] in Cascina Costa, [[Italy]]. ...tation. They produced their first prototype, ironically called "Vespa 98", in 1945. After learning of that that the name had already been registered by [
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  • ...t low-key opposition but achieved little thereafter. At the [[Italian GP]] in September OSCA entered two works cars for Franco Rol but the car was a long ...success in 1960 with victory in the Italian [[Formula Junior]] series but in 1962 the aging [[Maserati]] brothers sold the company the [[MV Agusta]] mot
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  • ...o involved at the outset was [[Juan Manuel Fangio]], a five-time [[Formula One]] champion who helped him get a job with [[Lamborghini]]. In 1988, [[Horacio Pagani]], former manager of Lamborghini's composite departm
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  • ...and [[Mile]]s) was an open-road endurance [[racing|race]] which took place in [[Italy]] twenty-four times from [[1927]] to [[1957]] (thirteen before the ...g) sports cars like [[Alfa Romeo]], [[Ferrari]] (which debuted as a marque in the 1940 event), [[Maserati]] and also [[Porsche]] famous.
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  • |Successor:||Still in production ...ttp://www.bangkokpost.com/midyear2002/auto.html], [[Thailand]] (production in Thailand started March 2002 and lasted couple of years, cars were targeted
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  • '''Pirelli & C.''' SpA is a diverse [[multinational company]] based in [[Milan]], [[Italy]]. ...of [[tire]]s, and [[cable]]s (for [[energy]] and [[telecommunications]]). In 2005 Pirelli sold its cable division to [[Goldman Sachs]] which changed its
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  • ...development process, with the intention of expanding the range of products in a short time, substantially reducing the “time to market” of new models ...p between Giorgetto Giugiaro and Aldo Mantovani has proven to be a winning one from the start, enhancing the fusion of creativity and solid skills, style
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  • |Production:||[[2004]]– ...- only the third engine designed by the firm. 3,000 Gallardos were built in just two years, making it the company's most-produced model to date. The s
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  • |Production:||[[1999]] — [[2004]] ...ngines and aluminum chassis. The 360 was replaced by the [[Ferrari F430]] in [[2005]].
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  • ...#fff; border-bottom:1px solid #999;" |[[Image:2004MaseratiSpyder.jpg|280px|2004 Maserati Spyder CC]] |Related || [[Maserati Quattroporte#Quattroporte V (2004 – present)|Maserati Quattroporte V]]<br>[[Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione]]
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  • ...nd Prix|Italian]] Grands Prix are the oldest continuously staged [[Formula One]] world championship Grands Prix. ...and the following year at the [[Spanish Grand Prix]] which raised interest in the sport. The first ever British Grand Prix was won by the [[France|French
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  • ...rmula One season|1992]], [[1994 Formula One season|1994]]–[[1995 Formula One season|1995]] | Championships || 1 ([[1992 Formula One season|1992]])
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  • ...le season. Schumacher is the only German to have won the [[List of Formula One World Drivers' Champions|drivers' championship]]. ...river's championship since 1979. He won the next four championships and in 2004 won 13 of that year's 18 races.
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  • |Production:||2004 ...sequential) 'F1' gearbox. The model number refers to the engine's capacity in litres, whilst the 'M' is an abbreviation of 'modificato' or 'modified'.
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  • ...250 S brother. Although not as heralded as the 250 line, the 225 did play one unique historical role: A 225 S tested at [[Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari|I ...(171&nbsp;kW) Ferrari was outgunned in the long straights but fought back in the hills and curves and Bracco emerged victorious at the end. This same c
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  • |Length:||4512&nbsp;mm (177.6&nbsp;in) |Width:||1923&nbsp;mm (75.7&nbsp;in)
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  • The '''Ferrari P''' series were prototype sports cars in the 1960s and early 1970s. ...rrari Dino]]-V6-engine [[Formula 2]] 156, which would be turned into the [[Formula 1]]-winner of 1961.
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  • |Successors:||Still in production ...ilt in Fiat's factory in [[Bielsko-Biala]], [[Poland]]. From 1998 to April 2004, 1.1 million examples of the Seicento had been produced.
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  • |Length || 4665&nbsp;mm (183.7&nbsp;in) |Width || 1962&nbsp;mm (77.2&nbsp;in)
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  • {{Formula One}} ...uture of the sport, and disagreements about the direction in which Formula One should progress.
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  • {{Formula One}} ...ve changed dramatically since the first [[Formula One]] World Championship in [[1950]]. This article covers the current state of F1 technical and sportin
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  • ...]]'s [[Count Giovanni Volpi]], a road-going [[sports car]] and a [[Formula One]] car. ...arlo Chiti]] and [[Giotto Bizzarrini]], who were both prominently involved in the development of the [[Ferrari GTO]] and, as refugees from the infamous [
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  • ...AZB_6053.jpg|thumb|right|300px|'''1957 Stanguellini Bialbero Sport 1100....one of two made with the [[Reggiano]] designed body at [http://www.woiow.com Wh ...or Valley". As in most of [[Italy]], the Modenese are fond of their wines, in particular Lambrusco, and their cuisine. It was here that the famous "torte
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  • ...st European manufacturer in continuous motorcycle production. Guzzi is now one of seven brands owned by [[Piaggio|Piaggio & Co. SpA]], Europe's largest mo ..., enjoyed prominence in world-wide motorcycle racing, and led the industry in ground-breaking innovation &mdash; for the greater part of its history.
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  • ...otorcycles: 125 [[Cubic centimetre|cc]], 250 cc and MotoGP (up to 990 cc). In 2007, the MotoGP class will have its maximum engine displacement capacity r ...nished in the 1980s. Sidecars were dropped from World Championship events in the 1990s, reducing the field to 125s, 250s, and 500s.
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  • ...limited to automobiles built after World War II. Many odd vehicles emerged in the early days of the automobile industry. There is [[#Pre-War|a section]] ...riginal vehicle manufacturer and offered for commercial sale to the public in new condition - cars modified by either professional tuners or individuals
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  • ...|mid-engined]] [[sports car]] produced by [[Pagani]] in Italy. It debuted in 1999 and continues through the present, with production proceeding at rough ...be named for him, the "Fangio F1", but the name was changed upon his death in 1995, renamed after an [[Zonda wind|air current above Argentina]].
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  • [[Image:Bugatti veyron in Tokyo.jpg|thumb|right|250px|The [[Bugatti Veyron 16.4]] has reached a top s ...is considered to be a supercar at one time may not retain its superiority in the future. The automotive press frequently calls new exotic cars "supercar
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  • ...decided between the four entities, with Dorna casting a tie-breaking vote. In cases of technical modifications, the MSMA can unilaterally enact or veto c ...anished in the 1980s. Sidecars were dropped from World Championship events in the 1990s (see [[superside]]), reducing the field to 125s, 250s, and 500s.
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  • ...ing]] competitions in heavily-modified street cars. It is notably popular in [[United Kingdom|Britain]], [[Germany]], [[Scandinavia]], and [[Australia]] ...om production cars, whereas some current touring car series are also raced in [[silhouette racing car]]s. Touring cars race exclusively on [[road racing
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  • ...and glamour result in the race being considered "the jewel of the Formula One crown". ...tight corners, making it one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One. In spite of the relatively low average speeds, it is a dangerous place to race
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  • ...part of [[Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile]]'s annual [[Formula One]] automobile racing championships. ...une 26]], [[1906]] under the auspices of the [[Automobile Club de France]] in [[Sarthe]], with a starting field of 32 automobiles.
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  • ...the course at [[Autodromo Nazionale Monza|Monza]], which was built in 1922 in time for that year's race, and has been the location for most of the races The 1923 race included one of [[Harry A. Miller]]'s rare European appearances with his single seat "Am
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  • ...de Catalunya]] in [[Barcelona]], [[Spain]], as part of the annual Formula One championship season. ...tor racing|Grand Prix]] in [[1913]] was not actually run to the Grand Prix formula of the day, but to touring car rules, taking place on a 300-kilometre road
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  • ...the [[Rhine]] valley, the circuit is completely flat, without any changes in elevation. ...to be used as test track for [[Mercedes-Benz]] and [[Auto Union]] in 1936. In 1938 it was renamed the ''Kurpfalzring'' and that name was used until [[194
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  • The '''Belgian Grand Prix''' is an automobile race, part of the [[Formula One]] World Championship. ...cing until 1924. After the 1923 success of the new [[24 hours of Le Mans]] in France, the [[SPA 24 Hours]], a similar 24 hour endurance race, was run at
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  • ...tsworld Communicators]], who also produce the daily event highlights shown in 186 countries. ...ip season|1973]]. The [[World Rally Car]] is the current car specification in the series. It evolved from [[Group A]] cars which replaced the banned [[Gr
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  • ...e racing]], and can include [[motorboat racing]] and [[air racing]]. It is one of the world's most popular [[spectator sport]]s and perhaps the most thoro ...he construction of the first successful [[gasoline|petrol]]-fuelled autos. In [[1894]], the first contest was organized by Paris magazine [[Le Petit Jour
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  • ...1965 to 1985, and then with live flag-to-flag coverage beginning in 1986. In May 2006, the race celebrated its 90<sup>th</sup> running and 61<sup>st</su ...nsidered Harroun to be a hazard during the race, as he was the only driver in the race driving without a riding mechanic, who checked the oil pressure an
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  • ...and car users worldwide. The FIA is also the governing body for [[Formula One]] and other international [[auto racing|motorsports]]. ...echnologies in motor racing. In 2008, stories about his sex life appeared in the British press. Despite the controversy, Mosley retained his position.
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  • | Caption || The start of a [[Formula One]] race in 2008 ...and it can further include [[motorboat racing]] and [[air racing]]. It is one of the world's most popular [[spectator sport]]s and perhaps the most thoro
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  • ...e racing]], and can include [[motorboat racing]] and [[air racing]]. It is one of the world's most popular [[spectator sport]]s and perhaps the most thoro ...he construction of the first successful [[gasoline|petrol]]-fuelled autos. In [[1894]], the first contest was organized by Paris magazine [[Le Petit Jour
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  • [[image:Sauro_Cesetti.jpg |thumb|301px|Sauro Cesetti, a leading international Formula A driver who holds a works drive for the Italian Birel S.p.A kart chassis m '''Formula A''' (FA) is the top level of Go-kart racing or ''[[karting]]''. This clas
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  • ...is 500]] has been a round of the National Championship since its inception in 1911. ...|AAA]]). AAA introduced the first championship for racing cars as early as in 1905 but it was cancelled after a couple of serious incidents. Barney Oldfi
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  • ...package and chassis rules which have produced some of the closest finishes in any racing series. Ironically, the series is now dominated by many of the s ...street race in [[Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg|St. Pete]] for [[2005 in IRL|2005]].
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  • [[Image:F3000.jpg|thumb|300px|right|'''Formula 3000 is a type of Formula Racing''']] ...nd was dominated by works-run cars with factory engines; the hope was that Formula 3000 would offer quicker, cheaper, more open racing.
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  • ...n [[American Championship Car Racing]] for many decades, primarily for use in the [[Indianapolis 500]] auto race. Such racing has been sanctioned by the ...PG IndyCar World Series''', the '''CART FedEx Championship Series''', and, in the organization's second to last year, the '''Bridgestone Presents The Cha
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  • ...n as ''A1GP World Cup of Motorsport'') are held in the traditional Formula One off season, the northern hemisphere winter. ...am, Sigma Autosport, was later brought in as the General Franchise Manager in 2005. AutosportRacing.com later received articles about Mr Cherry's job at
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  • ...g]]; [[Formula One]]; [[British Formula Three Championship|British F3]]; [[Formula Three Euroseries|F3 Euroseries]]; [[A1 Grand Prix|A1GP]]; [[British Superbi |Record year || [[1986 in sport|1986]]
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  • ...[[Kawasaki Heavy Industries|Kawasaki]] team, having previously also raced in [[British Superbike]] and [[500cc]] [[World Championship]]. Like [[Formula One]] legend [[Ayrton Senna]], Chris has [[Bell's Palsy]], which has paralysed
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  • ...Endurance racing]] and [[Sports car racing]] event on the [[Nürburgring]] in Germany, organized by the [[ADAC]] since 1953. ...te popular in the 1960s and 1970s though, and even more so after [[Formula One]] decided to boycott the Nürburgring after 1976.
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  • ...nationale de l'Automobile]] (FIA). The championship is mostly concentrated in Europe, but throughout the years has visited other continents, most lately ...ategories are based on production road car designs, which must be produced in a [[homologation|minimum quantity of 25 examples]] to qualify. Both types
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  • ...nship]] and [[NASCAR]] (the other being [[Dan Gurney]]). He also won races in [[midget car racing|midget cars]], [[sprint car racing|sprint cars]], and [ ...ies]], Formula One, and an Indianapolis 500. No American has won a Formula One race since Andretti's victory at the [[1978 Dutch Grand Prix]]. Andretti ha
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  • ...:barrichello_2002.jpg|thumb|220px|center|'''Rubens Barrichello at the USGP in 2002''']] ...] [[1972]] in [[São Paulo (city)|São Paulo]], [[Brazil]], is a [[Formula One]] race driver.
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  • ...s amassed a notable points haul, and lies seventh on the [[List of Formula One driver records#Career points|all-time scorers list]], being the top [[Unite ===Pre-Formula One===
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  • |Years || [[1992 Formula One season|1992]] - [[1999 Formula One season|1999]] |Championships || 1 ([[1996 Formula One season|1996]])
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  • ...Company|Wrigley's]] [[Chevrolet Impala]] for [[Earnhardt Ganassi Racing]] in the [[Sprint Cup Series]]. ...Monaco Grand Prix]] and Indianapolis 500 race winner; Montoya is currently one of only two active drivers (along with [[Jacques Villeneuve]]) who has won
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  • | Years || [[1989 Formula One season|1989]] - [[1991 Formula One season|1991]] | Team(s) || [[Benetton Formula|Benetton]], [[Scuderia Italia]]
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  • ...r:#fff; border-bottom:1px solid #999;" |[[Image:Kimi.jpg|240px|Kimi at the 2004 UK Grand Prix]] ..., currently driving for [[Scuderia Ferrari]]. He is the reigning [[Formula One]] World Drivers' Champion.
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  • ...tSack" because as he said on the Mitch Melnick Team 990 show "I got a big one" . [[Image:PTracyLaguna1993.jpg|thumb|200px|'''Tracy at Laguna Seca in 1993''']]
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  • ...in [[V engine|V]] configuration, having 10 [[cylinder (engine)|cylinder]]s in two banks of five. ...retically, the best V-angle is 72°; with this angle there is no vibration in vertical and transverse directions. The complexity of designing this made t
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  • {{Formula One}} ...might also be stationed at strategically chosen positions along the course in order to communicate to drivers who cannot see the flagstand. This is espe
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  • ...riller writer)|John Gardner]], [[Raymond Benson]], and [[Charlie Higson]]. In addition, [[Christopher Wood (writer)|Christopher Wood]] wrote two screenpl ...y films have been made as well as two that were independently produced and one [[United States|American]] television adaptation of Fleming's first novel u
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  • ...riller writer)|John Gardner]], [[Raymond Benson]], and [[Charlie Higson]]. In addition, [[Christopher Wood (writer)|Christopher Wood]] wrote two screenpl ...y films have been made as well as two that were independently produced and one [[United States|American]] television adaptation of Fleming's first novel u
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  • ...ercharged Straight-8]] ||Unknown||Just before the entrance to Leeds Castle in a Car chase from London to Dover ...e) cameras simultaneously rolling. Two [[Frogman|frogmen]] were positioned in the water, as well as an [[emergency vehicle]] and a [[Crane (machine)|cran
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  • ...ensuing [[World War II|war]] meant the end of [[Grand Prix motor racing]] in the country for fifty years. ...ar [[Budapest]], the race has been a mainstay of the racing calendar. Run in the heat of a central European summer, it also holds the distinction of bei
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  • ...s with a bow. Early suspension devices were developed for [[stagecoach]]es in [[early modern Britain]]. The physical laws of [[damping]] were not discove ...nsion is constantly forced to the bottom of its stroke causing a reduction in the useful amount of suspension travel which may also lead to harsh bottomi
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  • The '''[[2003]] [[Monaco Grand Prix]]''' was a [[Formula One]] race held on [[June 1]], [[2003]] at the [[Circuit de Monaco]]. |Previous race in season:||[[2003 Austrian Grand Prix]]
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  • ...[[1997]] he made his [[Indy Racing League]] debut driving for Thomas Knapp in an unsponsored black #97 car, but made his mark on the series a year later ...subsequently finished 33rd and last. It was a difficult season with only one victory, at [[Atlanta]] driving a newly-sponsored light and dark green [[Co
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  • ...RL]] pit lane for his sometimes choleric temperament. He currently resides in [[St. Petersburg, Florida|St. Petersburg]], [[Florida]]. ...mmates [[Scott Dixon]] and [[Casey Mears]]. After five races he lies third in the series behind [[Helio Castroneves]] and Dixon.
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  • ...[[1984]]) was an American race car driver who won the [[Indianapolis 500]] in [[1950]]. ...]] World Championship from 1950 to 1960, he is credited with participation in 9 grands prix, debuting on [[May 30]], [[1950]], with 1 race victory, 1 pod
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  • |Caption || Mika Salo in 2007 ...[Formula One]] driver. His best ranking was 10th in the world championship in 1999.
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  • ...macher.jpg|280px]] The developed version of the F310 in the [[1996 Formula One season|1996 season]], also known as F310/2, had a high nose and debuted at | Category || [[Formula One]]
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  • ...5px|[[Michael Schumacher]] driving a modern '''Formula One car''' at the [[2004 United States Grand Prix]]]] ...ons governing the cars are unique to the championship. The current Formula One regulations specify that cars must be constructed by the racing teams thems
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  • ...'''. Information about the race organisiation and its history is contained in the [[24 Hours of Le Mans]] article. ...tley Boys''. After 70 years, this marque returned to Le Mans, to win again in 2003.
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  • ...nship was won by [[Fernando Alonso]] of [[Renault F1]] for the second year in a row, edging out retiring legend [[Michael Schumacher]] of [[Scuderia Ferr ...es. Renault and Ferrari drivers dominated the field, victorious in all but one race, and the four second-place finishes not achieved by these two teams we
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  • |Events || [[Formula One]], [[Champ Car]] (2002-2006), [[NASCAR Busch Series]] (2007-on) |Record year || 2004
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  • ...nts || [[Can-Am]]<br>[[Champ Car World Series]]<br>[[Formula One]]<br>[[American Le Mans Series]]<br>[[Atlantic Championship]] ..., Quebec|Saint-Jovite]] was often included in the name but was amalgamated in 2000.
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  • |Events || [[Formula One]]; [[MotoGP]]; [[V8 Supercar]]; [[A1 Grand Prix]] |Record year || 2004
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  • |Events || [[Formula One]] ...uka Circuit]] as host to the [[Japanese Grand Prix]] in the [[2007 Formula One season]].[http://www.grandprix.com/ns/ns16383.html]
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  • ...ar shows to vintage races to world class sports car racing events. Located in the quiet Northwest corner of [[Connecticut]], it is renowned as the most p ...ave also been selling "I helped pave Lime Rock Park" bumper stickers since 2004 but evidence of a repave is yet to be seen.
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  • ...00 spectators. It operated as a dirt track until 1953. The track was paved in 1954. ...Series]]), and the [[Indy Racing League]]. There have also been many races in regional series such as [[ARTGO]].
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  • {{Formula One}} ...b|400px|[[Fernando Alonso]] qualifying in a [[Renault F1|Renault]] Formula One car at the [[2005 United States Grand Prix]]]]
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  • Category = [[Formula One]] | ...la One]] racing car, used by the [[Arrows]] team during the [[2002 Formula One season]].
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  • {{Formula One}} ...orld Championship races|FIA World Championship race]] since [[1950 Formula One season|1950]].
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  • ...t|thumb|Promotional poster for the first Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide in 1985. Melbourne is now the host of this event.]] ...rix demonstration event melbourne.JPG|thumb|220px|Demonstration event held in Melbourne just before the start of the 2005 Grand Prix]]
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  • ...] had 6 liter straight-4 engine. [[Alfa Romeo]] quickly gained a good name in motorsport and gave a sporty image to the whole marque. ....L.F.A 40/60 HP|40-60HP]], [[Enzo Ferrari]] was second in [[Targa Florio]] in same year. Year later Giuseppe Campari
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  • | Previous = 2004 The '''2005 Formula One season''' was the 56th [[FIA]] [[Formula One]] World Championship season. It commenced on [[March 6]], [[2005]], and saw
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  • Current = 2004 | ...in (crop) 2.JPG|thumb|230px|Michael Schumacher and Kimi Räikkönen at the 2004 British Grand Prix]]
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  • Next = 2004 ...tes Grand Prix. For Michael Schumacher's brother, 2003 was the best season in his career]]
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  • ...securing the title with a win at the French Grand Prix, with 6 races to go in the season. ...ivers]] competed in the [[2002]] [[FIA]] [[Formula One]] [[List of Formula One World Champions|World Championship]].
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  • The '''2001 Formula One season''' was the 52nd [[FIA]] [[Formula One]] World Championship season. It commenced on [[March 4]], [[2001]], and end 2001 was a year of beginnings and ends in Formula One.
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