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The Baku City Circuit () is a motor racing circuit in Baku, Azerbaijan constructed near Baku Boulevard. A lap of the circuit is , making it the second-longest circuit on the Formula One calendar. The inaugural Formula One race at the circuit was the 2016 European Grand Prix and its support events. A year later, in 2017, the circuit held the inaugural Azerbaijan Grand Prix. History Development In December 2013, Formula One President and CEO Bernie Ecclestone suggested that the race would be run in but later said that because the Korean Grand Prix organisers were in breach of contract, it would be moved to .
The 1990 Australian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 4 November 1990 at Adelaide. This was the 500th race to contribute to the World Drivers’ Championship since the series had started in . The race was the 55th Australian Grand Prix and the sixth to be held on the Adelaide street circuit, which also made it the sixth AGP to be part of the Formula One World Championship.
The 1st Austrian Grand Prix was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 1 September 1963 at the Zeltweg Airfield. The race was run over 80 laps of the circuit, and was won by Australian driver Jack Brabham in a Brabham BT3, finishing a massive five laps ahead of the next finisher. Many competitors retired after the rough surface of the track caused mechanical failures. This race marked the Formula One debut of 1970 World Champion Jochen Rindt, and also the only Formula One appearance of his compatriot Kurt Bardi-Barry, who was killed in a road accident in February 1964.
The Bend SuperSprint (formally known as the OTR SuperSprint) will be a motor racing event for Supercars that will be held at The Bend Motorsport Park in Tailem Bend, South Australia starting in 2018. Format The event will be a SuperSprint format and run on the 4.9km “International” configuration of the circuit. The round will be one of five on the 2018 calendar open to “wildcard” entries, allowing teams and drivers from the Super2 Series support category to take part in the sport’s premier class.
The Supercars Challenge (known for sponsorship reasons as the Coates Hire Supercars Challenge, and previously known under various other names) was an annual non-championship motor racing event held for cars from the Supercars Championship, and formerly from V8 Supercars, the Shell Championship Series and the Australian Touring Car Championship. The event is held on the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit in Albert Park, Victoria, Australia as a support event to the Australian Grand Prix.
The 1992 Australian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Adelaide on 8 November 1992. It was the sixteenth and final round of the 1992 FIA Formula One World Championship. The most significant moment was a collision between Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell as the Brazilian attempted to overtake the Englishman, eliminating both drivers. This was intended to be Mansell’s final Formula One race before moving to IndyCars, although he returned briefly in 1994 and 1995.
Olavi Koskenhovi “O.K.” (28 June 1904 - 28 March 1987) immigrated from Finland in 1921 at age 17 and changed his name to Oliver K. Kelley (O.K. Kelley). In 1940, Kelley became the engineer in charge of Automatic Transmission Development General Motors Corporation. Kelley was born in Salo, Finland, on June 28, 1904. He was educated at Chicago Technical College, where he received B.S. and M.E. degrees graduating in 1925.
Karbelt Speed & Custom, Inc. is a Canadian automotive parts retailer, located in Toronto, Ontario. It is Canada’s first speed shop. History Karbelt Speed & Custom was founded in a basement on Bay Street in Toronto in March 1952 by George and Lois Foote as KAR-BELT. It started with distributing seat belts, but eventually began offering other automotive parts. In 1961, the name was changed to Karbelt Speed & Custom, Inc.
The FIA WTCC Race of Austria was a round of the World Touring Car Championship that took place in Austria. It was first included on the calendar in 2012, when it was held at the Salzburgring. It was held at the venue three times. Austria was left off the calendar for the 2015 World Touring Car Championship season as the series returns to neighbouring Germany. Winners References