Monza, the site of Autodromo Nazionale Monza where the Italian Grand Prix is annually held.
Sir Jackie Stewart was born on June 11, 1939.
Rubens Barrichello is 39 years old (birthdate: May 23, 1972).
Electrical power is measured in watts. The formulas for power dissipated by a resistor are:
* P = V × I * P = V² / R
* P = I² × R P is power, V is voltage, I is current, R is resistance.
on the 3rd of January, 1969, in Hürth Hermülheim, Germany.
Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Schumacher
Ayrton Senna died on May 1, 1994 at the age of 34.
the last i heard was he was dating drew sidora in 2007
Lewis Hamilton is 32 years old (birthdate: January 7, 1985).
Turn on the wii.press Mario Kart Wii channel. click start. then go to the file page. press your file. if you dont have a file then just click on an empty one and it will get created. then go to single player and press grand prix. after that select your character, kart, race, and cup and then just start racin!!!!!!
Formula One driver Fernando Alonso Diaz is 36 years old (birthdate: July 29, 1981).
Co-founder of the Cuban National Ballet Fernando Alonso was 98 years old when he died on July 15, 2013 (born December 17, 1914).
Linda Hamilton has: Played Herself - Host in "Saturday Night Live" in 1975. Played Gloria in "Shirley" in 1979. Played Wafer in "Night-Flowers" in 1979. Played Lisa Rogers in "Secrets of Midland Heights" in 1980. Played Greta Rideout in "Rape and Marriage: The Rideout Case" in 1980. Played Anne Samoorian in "Reunion" in 1980. Played Sandy Valpariso in "Hill Street Blues" in 1981. Played Susan Swayze in "Tag: The Assassination Game" in 1982. Played Josie Greenwood in "Country Gold" in 1982. Played Mattie MacGregor in "Wishman" in 1983. Played Susan Decker in "Secrets of a Mother and Daughter" in 1983. Played Eva Crescent Moon Lady in "The Stone Boy" in 1984. Played Carol McDermott in "Murder, She Wrote" in 1984. Played Sarah Connor in "The Terminator" in 1984. Played Vicky in "Children of the Corn" in 1984. Played herself in "Larry King Live" in 1985. Played Nina in "Black Moon Rising" in 1986. Played Amy Franklin in "King Kong Lives" in 1986. Played herself in "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 1986. Played Kate in "Club Med" in 1986. Played Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler in "Beauty and the Beast" in 1987. Played herself in "CBS This Morning" in 1987. Played Herself - Guest in "Sidewalks Entertainment" in 1988. Played Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series Drama in "The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1988. Played Claire Madison in "Go Toward the Light" in 1988. Played herself in "This Morning" in 1988. Played Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a TV-Series Drama in "The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1989. Played Sarah Connor in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" in 1991. Played herself in "MTV Video Music Awards 1991" in 1991. Played herself in "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1992. Played herself in "1992 MTV Movie Awards" in 1992. Played Sarah Connor in "Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car" in 1992. Played Guest Caller - Claire in "Frasier" in 1993. Played herself in "T2: More Than Meets the Eye" in 1993. Played Laura in "Frasier" in 1993. Played Karen Rainer in "Silent Fall" in 1994. Played Herself - Presenter in "The 17th Annual CableACE Awards" in 1995. Played Sarah Connor in "T2 3-D: Battle Across Time" in 1996. Played Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV in "The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1996. Played Beth MacAlpine in "The Way to Dusty Death" in 1996. Played herself in "The American Film Institute Salute to Steven Spielberg" in 1996. Played herself in "The View" in 1997. Played Amanda Givens in "Shadow Conspiracy" in 1997. Played Jean Martin in "On the Line" in 1997. Played Herself - Presenter in "3rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 1997. Played Susan Maguire in "The New Batman Adventures" in 1997. Played Rachel Harrison in "Point Last Seen" in 1998. Played Herself - Audience Member in "The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards" in 1998. Played Nemesis in "Hercules" in 1998. Played Herself - Narrator in "Robots Rising" in 1998. Played herself in "4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards" in 1998. Played herself in "1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards" in 1998. Played Anna Sipes in "The Color of Courage" in 1998. Played herself in "Getting Close to the Show" in 1998. Played Marie Taquet (segment "Marie Taquet") in "Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples" in 1998. Played herself in "So Graham Norton" in 1998. Played Dr. Stephanie Lake in "Batman Beyond: The Movie" in 1999. Played Ruby Sanford in "The Secret Life of Girls" in 1999. Played Dr. Stephanie Lake in "Batman Beyond" in 1999. Played herself in "Saturday Night Live: The Best of Dana Carvey" in 1999. Played herself in "Saturday Night Live 25" in 1999. Played herself in "Breakfast" in 2000. Played Dr. Furbanna in "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" in 2000. Played Dr. Furbana in "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" in 2000. Played Herself - Guest Panelist in "The Wright Stuff" in 2000. Played herself in "The 100 Greatest Films" in 2001. Played Tina in "Skeletons in the Closet" in 2001. Played Melissa Evans in "According to Jim" in 2001. Played Rachel Logan in "A Girl Thing" in 2001. Played Elisabeth Vincken in "Silent Night" in 2002. Played Valerie in "Wholey Moses" in 2003. Played June in "Jonah" in 2004. Played herself in "Ultimate Sci-Fi Top 10" in 2004. Played Linda in "Weeds" in 2005. Played Kate in "Missing in America" in 2005. Played Roselyn Moore in "Thief" in 2006. Played Julie Bedford in "Home by Christmas" in 2006. Played Kate in "Take 3" in 2006. Played Herself - Audience in "Rachael Ray" in 2006. Played Mary Bartowski in "Chuck" in 2007. Played herself in "Beauty and the Beast Season 2: Introductions with Ron Perlman and Linda Hamilton" in 2007. Played Mary Elizabeth Bartowski in "Chuck" in 2007. Played Sarah Connor in "CR: Terminator 2 - Judgment Day" in 2008. Played Carol in "The Line" in 2008. Played Sarah Connor in "Jeremiah Wright Painting a Picture of US Aggression" in 2008. Played herself in "Behind Your Dreams" in 2008. Played herself in "Robot Astronomy Talk Show" in 2008. Played Sarah Connor in "Terminator Salvation" in 2009. Played herself in "Angela and Friends" in 2009. Played Cory Williams in "Holy Water" in 2009. Played herself in "A Call to Arms" in 2009. Played herself in "Janela Indiscreta" in 2010. Played Madame Lorraine in "DC Showcase: Jonah Hex" in 2010. Played Madame Lorraine in "DC Showcase Original Shorts Collection" in 2010. Played Acacia in "Lost Girl" in 2010. Played Rowntree in "Air Force One is Down" in 2013. Played Pilar in "Defiance" in 2013. Played Margaret in "Bad Behavior" in 2013. Played Admiral Hansen in "Bermuda Tentacles" in 2014. Performed in "Untitled Adi Shankar Project" in 2015.
Neil Allen is 53 years old (birthdate: January 24, 1958).
According to a 2010 survey the most watchedSpectator (keywords) sport in the world by fan count is:
#1--Football (soccer), approximately 3.5 billion fans.
There are many things that affect the braking distance. They are:
a. Weight of the Car
b. Efficiency of the Brakes
c. Brake heat level
d. Tyre heat level
e. Tyre Pressure and
f. Road conditions (Rain/Dry/Intermediate)
In three-phase systems, we always consider individualline or phase currents, or individual line or phase voltages. In other words, we treat currents and voltages no differently from single-phase currents or voltages (i.e. we don't 'combine' them because they are three-phase quantities). So these quantities are expressed in r.m.s. values.
i think that apossible answer to this question would be that the first life was formed in a sludge pool millions of years ago.. due to a mixture of chemicals and gental heat, this could b called a chemical formula for life... that's my theorie at least, it also answers the chicken and egg problem
============ ( you might get away with monocarbon, but that seems clumsy to me )
Our atmosphere is made up of 78.09% nitrogen 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.039% carbon, and traces of other gases. All of these gases have chemical formula.
Air is an incredibly vague term that amounts to 'whatever gases are present where you are'. If you are on Venus, the atmosphere is 96.5% carbon dioxide, but it is still 'air'.
'Air' is not an element. It has no set formula.
My biology teacher told me this: 12 Carbon, 22 Hydrogen, 11 Oxygen. Don't got subscript so, this is the best: C12 H22 O11 lol :P
The 1953 Lincoln was the first car that had a rear window defroster. It also was the first car to have an optional 4 way power seat.
Usually there are as many pit crews in Formula One as the number of teams in the years racing calendar. Last year 2010 we had 12 teams and hence 12 pit crews. Each pit crew has more than 20 odd members and they all cater to the pit stop requirements of the 2 drivers of each team. This year 2011 too it would be the same.
Formula 1 engines are at the front of technology for internal combustion engines today. They are 2.4 liter V8 engines, with an operating range of 2000-20000 RPM. Like most car engines they have pistons connected via connecting rods to a crankshaft, they have a transmission and a clutch, as well as cam shafts and valves. Current F1 engines are naturally aspirated, and are not turbocharged. In order to produce 900hp, these engines must be capable of revving very high, 20,000 revolutions per minute to be exact. To do this these engines can not use conventional valve springs, but instead used compressed gas to return the valve to the closed position. Apart from that, and a few differences in some part locations such as the clutch, an F1 engine works just the same as any car engine.
i recon that f1 mechanics get half a million a year, but that is only if you are a very good one and you must be 30-40 years old. The Juniors that are 20 odd get 50-200k a year.
written by a 11 year old Lloyd Hollinshead
I have heard many times that an F1 mechanic is on something between 30-40k per year, you would only hit the 50k+ for engineers. Pit stop boys earn 20-30k per year.