Bandeira vermelha: Montreal 1997. A corrida é na volta 56 após acidente de Olivier Panis que, após a ruptura da suspensão, termina violentamente contra o muro na curva 5, fraturando ambas as pernas. Depois de duas voltas sob a safety car, decide-se pela interrupção da corrida: Vence Michael Schumacher. F1 Historic http://ow.ly/Yx9CO
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This convertible snowsuit can be turned into a little jacket and a sleeping bag - ideal for car journeys and trips in the pushchair. Perfect for baby's very first days Fully padded and lined with printed jersey fabric to keep baby nice and warm Asymmetric front zip fastening, pretty buttons Press-studs at the waist for conversion to a jacket Zip fastening between the legs for conversion from sleeping bag to an all-in-one, making it easy to put baby in a pushchair or car seat Detachable…
The McLaren P1™ available at Louwman Exclusive: This P1 is fully customized by MSO (McLaren Special Operations) MSO CARBON BLACK SATIN EXTERIOR PAINT MSO GLOSS BLACK MIRROR DOOR MIRRORS AND ARMS MSO GLOSS BLACK SIDE PANELS MSO GLOSS BLACK SNORKEL MSO GLOSS BLACK FROMT BUMPER MSO GLOSS BLACK SIDE LTR EXIT DUCKS MSO GLOSS BLACK …
Juan Manuel Fangio. Argentine racer and world champion Juan Manuel Fangio Déramonicknamed El Chueco ("the bowlegged one", also commonly translated as "bandy legged") or El Maestro ("The Master"), was a racing car driver from Argentina. He dominated the first decade of Formula One racing, winning the World Drivers' Championship five times.
Alex Zanardi. No legs, big balls.
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