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Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Home of the San Marino Grand Prix, unfortunately mostly known for the deaths of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger during the tragic weekend of the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix
Highlighted in red is the configuration of the track till 1994. In blue is the track as it was modified for the 1995 grand prix.
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Circuit Nivelles - Belgium Grand Prix in the years 1972 - 1974
Not existing anymore, the track was converted into an industrial park in the late 90's. Was considered to be the most modern and safe racetrack of that time. Built on purpose to replace Spa which was becoming really too dangerous. Infact Nivelles was so safe that it was boring and missing interesting turns.f
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Climate change denier took $1.25 million from Koch brothers, energy companies: Greenpeace http://ow.ly/2UZ2WV
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Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Home of the San Marino Grand Prix, unfortunately mostly known for the deaths of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger during the tragic weekend of the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix
Highlighted in red is the configuration of the track till 1994. In blue is the track as it was modified for the 1995 grand prix.
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+Raptor YCP And too bad it is not in the Circus anymore... we lost Imola, the French Gp, now the German Gp, next will be Monza sooner or later... it is a sad F1...
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Circuit Nivelles - Belgium Grand Prix in the years 1972 - 1974
Not existing anymore, the track was converted into an industrial park in the late 90's. Was considered to be the most modern and safe racetrack of that time. Built on purpose to replace Spa which was becoming really too dangerous. Infact Nivelles was so safe that it was boring and missing interesting turns.
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You mean, boring and safe, like most of the current Tillke circuits that make me yaaaawn?
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The Aintree Racetrack - Located in Aintree - Merseyside England. It hosted the British GP in the years 1955, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1962
Aintree is more famous for the legendary Grand National horse race which is actually held on the same grounds as the GP was. 
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+Kev Davies Right, on a shorter version. Basically skipping turns 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8
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How to prevent a tax nightmare from your dream of working at home.
Working from home can be a blissful work arrangement, but around tax time, it can also raise some puzzling questions. Can you get a tax deduction for your home office? What about printer ink, a new monitor, or binder clips (even if you use them outside of your workspace)? Here's what you need to know, whether you are an employee who gets to telecommute from home or are self-employed.
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Best pizza in town. When I crave for some pizza I know who to call. Mandee's pizza is always cooked to perfection with really good ingredients. The sauce is not too sweet, the mozzarella is perfect. I especially love their calzones, the crust is delicious and never boring, always cooked to the right spot. Their home delivery is absolutely spot on, you can order online from their very efficient webpage, you can pay online and choose all kind of additions and specifications for your pizza (deep dish, Sicilian, extra crispy, less cooked, toppings and on what side they go) It is the place to go for pizza in Salem and surroundings.
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Do you want to visit a medieval castle without going to Europe? Then Hammond Castle is the place to go. Built between 1926 and 1929 (sorry it is not really medieval...) by John Hays Hammond this mansion is a real experience to visit. John Hays Hammond was a very prolific and successful inventor (father of the Radio control) he was also an eclectic collector of ancient, medieval and renaissance artifacts. His love for the antique didn't stop at the collecting but went so far that he wanted a proper housing for his passion. He built a "real" castle in the middle of New England. The mansion is located at 80 Hesperus Ave. Gloucester, MA and it is now a museum. The admission fee is $10 for a self guided tour. On Thursdays night there is a guided visit. The museum is closed on Mondays. It is a place that is really nice to visit with your kids, they will love the narrow hallways, secret passages, the big hall with a real pipe organ and the whole atmosphere is just magic. The grounds have some really nice views of the Gloucester bay and the ocean.
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If you are a lover of lighthouses and shoreline scenery this is a "must not miss", after all Edward Hopper loved this place too as it is proven by the many artworks of the Eastern Point Lighthouse he created. The current lighthouse tower was built in 1890 and the station was established in 1832. There are four more buildings that complete the station: The keepers house from 1879, the Oil house, Fog signal house and a garage. The actual station is closed to the public but all the surrounding area is open, there is a parking lot right next to the lighthouse and a breakwater that both are open all year long. The parking lot and the nearby Wildlife Sanctuary is maintained by the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, There is a $10.00 per car fee for non-members Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend. Reaching the Lighthouse: From Gloucester take 127 east till the intersection with 128 (just outside the town) then turn right into East Main Street direction Rocky Neck, drive past Rocky neck for aprox 1 mile until you reach an intersection with a private road sign. Ignore the menacing messages, it is not a private road and take that right turn towards the Eastern Point. The road goes past some really nice mansions, keep the right and you will reach the lighthouse after one mile. The spot is particularly spectacular when the surf is strong, and on clear days you can see the Boston skyline in the distance. Definitely worth a visit.
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