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Schumacher's First Win: Benetton, Spa 1992...

Michael Schumacher’s Benetton Ford just in front of Nigel Mansell’s Williams Renault. He took his first GP win having made his Championship debut at Spa with Jordan 12 months before… 595 more words


Lewis Hamilton matches racing hero's 41 career wins after Japan victory

FORMULA ONE ace Lewis Hamilton said it “felt unreal” as he matched boyhood idol Ayrton Senna’s tally of 41 career wins.

“It’s quite an emotional day. 244 more words


Japanese GP: An Emotional Return

12 months on since the horrific crash which since then claimed Jules Bianchi’s life, Formula One returns to Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix.

A small but potentially momentous change from the 2014 event is that the race will now start at 2pm local, instead of 3pm which allows fading light to pose a threat. 318 more words

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2005 Japanese Grand Prix

After seasons of Ferrari dominance the form book was changed as Renault and McLaren contested for the Constructors Championship, whilst their two main drivers, Fernando Alonso (Renault) and Kimi Raikkonen (McLaren) battled for the Drivers’ title. 342 more words

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1994 Japanese Grand Prix

The 1994 season had been one of tragedy and would change the sport forever. The championship still continued and soon developed into being contested between two drivers, Williams’ Damon Hill and Benetton’s Michael Schumacher. 350 more words

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Vettel moves to third on all-time F1 wins list

Sebastian Vettel’s victory in Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix saw him move clear into third place on the all-time wins list in Formula 1.

Heading into the weekend, Vettel had ranked joint-third on 41 victories alongside three-time F1 champion Ayrton Senna, who is widely recognized as being one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport. 236 more words

Thursday's high school boys results

Jeffrey Cardot had 11 assists, 4 kills and 4 digs for Rush-Henrietta in a win over Eastridge in a Monroe County volleyball match on Thursday. 311 more words