Karl Jochen Rindt was a German racing driver who represented Austria over his entire career. He is the only driver to posthumously win the Formula One World Drivers' Championship, after being killed in practice for the Italian Grand Prix. Away from Formula One, Rindt was highly successful in other single-seater formulae, as well as sports car racing. In 1965 he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, driving a Ferrari 250LM in partnership with Masten Gregory from the United States of America.
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Shaver Lake (formerly, Musick Creek and Musick Creek Heights) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Fresno County, California, United States. The population was 705 at the 2000 census. Shaver Lake is on the southeast end of the lake of the same name, 10 miles (16 km) northeast of New Auberry, at an elevation of 5627 feet (1715 m). The name honors C.B. Shaver, founder of the irrigation company that had the dam built creating the lake.
The Drahtseilbahn Marzili-Stadt Bern is a funicular in Bern, the capital of Switzerland. It leads from the Marzili quarter to the Bundehaus (parliament and federal government) in the city centre. The Marzilibahn was built in 1885. Until 1973, it was powered by water: a tank on the upper car was filled with water from the city stream. This car, being heavier, then pulled the other one up the slope (incl.
Baconin Borzacchini (September 28, 1898 – September 10, 1933) was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver often referred to as Mario Umberto Borzacchini. Born Baconino Francesco Domenico Borzacchini in Terni in the Umbria region of Italy, at age 14 he began working in a garage, training as a repairman. After service in the army during World War I, he began racing motorcycles before turning to automobile competitions in 1926.
Emilio Villoresi (1914–June 20, 1939) was an Italian Grand Prix motor racing driver. Emilio Villoresi was born in Milan, Lombardy, the younger brother of the star Maserati driver, Luigi Villoresi who co-piloted with him in several races at the beginning of their careers. Emilio Villoresi and his brother competed in the 1935 and 1936 Mille Miglia driving a Fiat 508CS Balilla Sport but after a disappointing finish they purchased a Maserati which they drove individually in different races.
Valle de Bravo is a town and municipality located in Mexico State, Mexico. It is located on the shore of Lake Avándaro, approximately 156 km southwest of Mexico City and west of Toluca on highways 15, 134 or 1. It takes about 2 hours to drive from Mexico City to Valle de Bravo, making it a popular weekend getaway for affluent wealthy upper class people of the metropolis capital.
Libocedrus is a genus of five species of coniferous trees in the cypress family Cupressaceae, native to New Zealand and New Caledonia. The genus is closely related to the South American genera Pilgerodendron and Austrocedrus, and the New Guinean genus Papuacedrus, both of which are included within Libocedrus by some botanists; the four genera together form an example of the Antarctic flora distribution.
Theodore Wirth Park is the largest park managed by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. The park land is shared by Minneapolis and the neighboring suburb of Golden Valley. The 742-acre (3.00 km) park includes two golf courses (an 18-hole course and a 9-hole par 3 course), Wirth Lake, Birch Pond, and other amenities. It forms a significant portion of the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, linking the Chain of Lakes area with the Victory Memorial Parkway.
The Berne zinc tablet (also Gobannus tablet) was found in the 1980s in Berne. It is inscribed with an apparently Gaulish inscription, consisting of the four words, each on its own line, the letter formed by little dots impressed onto the metal: ΔΟΒΝΟΡΗΔΟ ΓΟΒΑΝΟ ΒΡΕΝΟΔΩΡ ΝΑΝΤΑΡΩΡ (Dobnoredo Gobano Brenodor Nantaror) The dedication is to Gobannus, a Gallo-Roman god, the name simply meaning "the Smith". Brenodor is probably a placename, Brenno-duro- "town of Brennus, c.f.
Umqombothi, from the Xhosa language, is a beer made from maize (corn), maize malt, sorghum malt, yeast and water. It is commonly found in South Africa. It is very rich in Vitamin B. The beer has a heavy and distinctly sour aroma. The beer does not have a very high alcohol content, usually less than 3%. In appearance, the beer is opaque and light tan in colour. It has a thick, creamy and gritty consistency (from the maize).
Jason Raynard Peters (born January 22, 1982, Queen City, Texas) is an American football offensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He was signed by the Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2004, originally as a tight end. He played college football at Arkansas. Peters was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Claude Beat Fehr (1942 – June 18, 1967) was a racing driver from Switzerland, born in Zurich. He started racing in 1963, and raced in several marques, including Alfa Romeo, Cooper, and De Tomaso, before buying a Brabham from fellow driver Jürg Dubler. Fehr was killed in an Italian Formula 3 race at Caserta, the XVIII Coppa d'Oro Pasquale Amato, in the same accident that claimed the lives of "Geki" and "Tiger" Perdomi.
Dimitar Nikolov Asenov (10 May 1840 – 18 July 1868), better known as Hadzhi Dimitar (Хаджи Димитър), was one of the most prominent Bulgarian voivods and revolutionaries working for the Liberation of Bulgaria from Ottoman rule.
Graham Addley (born 1963) is a Canadian provincial politician. He was the New Democratic Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for the constituency of Saskatoon Sutherland until he was defeated in the 2007 election by the Saskatchewan Party's Joceline Schriemer. Addley was first elected to the Legislature in 1999, and served as Deputy Speaker and chair of the Committee of the Whole from May 2001 to October 2005.