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Aeon Formula By Klaudio Zic
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Eridanus zenithing - by an inch - may signify the victory of Ferrari. Eridanus stands for river Po, thus Italy, thus Transpadania, thus Maranello - see detailed F-138 report.
Aeon Formula By Klaudio Zic
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Eridanus is the river Po in Italy. Eridanus zenithing would point at Ferrari.
The Grand Prix Cook Book By Neil Lewis
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Formula 1 is the world's premiere motor racing series. Street food is on sale at each race and varies from country to country, making it an important part of the atmosphere. We can't all get to... More > every Formula 1 race, but we can enhance the TV experience by enjoying food you could find there. These recipes make is easy, no matter your cooking experience. They're mostly quick to make, so you don't miss out on watching the race, but still tasty. The few more complex recipes can be made in advance. No special equipment is needed and we've minimises the need for hard to source ingredients. So, no excuses! Get cooking and enjoy the world's greatest motorsport action!< Less
Senna versus Schumacher And Other Formula One Rivalries That Never Happened By Christiaan Lustig et al.
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What if Ayrton Senna had survived his Imola 1994 accident? What if Gilles Villeneuve hadn't died at Zolder in 1982? What if Stirling Moss hadn't crashed at Goodwood in 1962? What if Alberto Ascari... More > had survived his 1955 testing-accident at Monza? This book explores those rivalries by assuming that drivers’ injuries from crashes were not fatal, and pits the drivers up against their peers once more.< Less
AEONews #0014 By Klaudio Zic
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Get ready for the second dip of the Aeon of Cetus II as cetacean spring equinox 2013 approaches pregnant with apocalyptic events.
Imagine That!! By Ross R. Olney
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Even modern science admits that in the future, hundreds of years from now, most people will have the ability to move things with their thoughts, and do many other wonderful things. You won't have to... More > say, "pass the salt, please," you will just "think" the salt shaker to come across the table to you, and it will. Right now, we are on the very edge of this great power. We know the basics, covered in this book. And sooner or later, one of us will learn how to cure cancer by thinking about it. We'll just order it, or heart disease, or other ailments, to "go away," and it will. Even science now agrees that the "think system" con of "professor" Harold Hill, in the great show "The Music Man," will really work. Hill saw it as a scam, but we learn in this book that it is real, and will eventually be a part of our lives. Hill's rag-tag band shocked everyone, especially Harold Hill himself, when they played an almost recognizable rendition of "Minuet in G." Read this book to see how they did it, and how you can do it.< Less
Note du Mardi 2010 By Tomorrownewsf1.com
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Best of des Notes du Mardi, bulletin d'analyse des tendances médias, management et business models en Formule 1 durant l'année 2010.
Note du Mardi 2010 By Tomorrownewsf1.com
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Best of des Notes du Mardi, bulletin d'analyse des tendances médias, management et business models en Formule 1 durant l'année 2010.
Goodyear F2G Corsair Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions By U.S. Navy
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The Corsair was one of WWII’s most superb fighters, achieving a victory ratio of nearly 11:1 in the Pacific. Had things worked out differently, its sister craft, Goodyear’s F2G... More > “Super” Corsair, might have eclipsed that record. Based on Goodyear’s fixed-wing F1G design, the F2G had a bubble cockpit and was fitted with a Pratt & Whitney R-4360 engine. The twenty-eight cylinder, four row radial air-cooled monster provided nearly 50% more take-off power than the standard double Wasp. Yet by the close of WWII, only five F2G’s had been built, and so the plane never saw combat. Originally printed by Goodyear and the U.S. Navy, this Flight Handbook taught pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit.< Less
Grumman F11F Tiger Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions By Periscope Film LLC
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As the Blue Angels’ aircraft in the late 1950s, Grumman’s F11F-1 Tiger came to symbolize the speed and might of U.S. Navy airpower. The Tiger was originally conceived as an upgrade of... More > the F9F Cougar. It eventually morphed into a new design, that incorporated the area rule to enable cruising speeds up to 1.1 Mach. The prototype flew in 1954, and carrier trials commenced in 1956. Eventually seven squadrons flew F11Fs. Hampered by maintenance issues affiliated with the J65 engine, and the fact that the Vought Crusader was clearly superior, the Tiger had a short service life. It was withdrawn from carrier duty after four years, in 1961. Only 199 were built. The remaining Tigers flew in a training capacity, and the Blue Angels continued to fly them for over a decade, 1957-1969. Originally printed by the U.S. Navy, this handbook provides a fascinating glimpse inside the cockpit of the Tiger. Originally classified “restricted”, the manual was declassified and is here reprinted in book form.< Less

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