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Monday, July 31, 2017

FIA Formula 3 European Championship 2017 - Highlights round 6 at the Spa-Francorchamps 29/30 July / races 16 - 18

FIA Formula E Championship - 2017 FIA Formula E Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix - Sunday 30 July

Streamed live
Session times for Saturday 29th July & Sunday 30th July (all times local - Montreal (Eastern Daylight) Time):
Free Practice 1: 7:55
Free Practice 2: 10:25
Qualifying: 11:45
Simulator eRace: 13:45
Race: 15:30

Saturday, July 29, 2017

2017 FIA Formula E Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix - Saturday: FIA Formula E Championship

Streamed live
Session times for Saturday 29th July & Sunday 30th July (all times local - Montreal (Eastern Daylight) Time):
Free Practice 1: 7:55
Free Practice 2: 10:25
Qualifying: 11:45
Simulator eRace: 13:45
Race: 15:30

Will the championship be decided today? With Lucas di Grassi and Sebastien Buemi going head-to-head in Montreal, it's possible for Buemi to take the title. Who will triumph? Will the championship battle spill over into the final day of racing tomorrow? Watch the race live to find out...

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LIVE - MAIN RACE - Total 24hrs of Spa 2017 29/30 July: GTWorld

ON-BOARD (started streaming 2 minutes ago) - Strakka Racing McLaren 650S GT3 #58 - SPA 24hrs 2017: 29 July GTWorld

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Williams F1 Documentary | World's Fastest Formula 1 Race Car: National Geographic Megafactories

Published on 29 Nov 2016
Williams F1 Documentary | World's Fastest Formula 1 Race Car | National Geographic Megafactories.
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Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited (FWB: WGF1), currently racing in Formula One as Williams Martini Racing, is a British Formula One motor racing team and constructor. It is founded and run by team owner Sir Frank Williams and automotive engineer Sir Patrick Head. The team was formed in 1977 after Frank Williams' two earlier unsuccessful F1 operations: Frank Williams Racing Cars (1969 to 1975) and Walter Wolf Racing (1976). All of Williams F1 chassis are called "FW" then a number, the FW being the initials of team owner, Frank Williams.

Williams's first race was the 1977 Spanish Grand Prix, where the new team ran a March chassis for Patrick Nève. Williams started manufacturing its own cars the following year, and Switzerland's Clay Regazzoni won Williams's first race at the 1979 British Grand Prix. At the 1997 British Grand Prix, Canadian Jacques Villeneuve scored the team's 100th race victory, making Williams one of only three teams in Formula One, alongside Ferrari and fellow British team McLaren, to win 100 races. Williams won nine Constructors' Championships between 1980 and 1997. This stood as a record until Ferrari surpassed it in 2000.

Many famous racing drivers have driven for Williams, including Australia's Alan Jones; Finland's Keke Rosberg; Britain's Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill and Jenson Button; France's Alain Prost; Brazil's Nelson Piquet and Ayrton Senna, and Canada's Jacques Villeneuve, each of whom, with the exception of Senna and Button, have captured one drivers' title with the team. Interestingly, of those who have won the championship with Williams, only Jones, Rosberg and Villeneuve actually defended their title while still with the team. Piquet moved to Lotus after winning the 1987 championship, Mansell moved to the American-based Indy Cars after winning the 1992 championship, Prost retired from racing after his 4th World Championship in 1993, while Hill moved to Arrows after winning in 1996.
Williams have worked with many notable engine manufacturers, most successfully with Renault: Williams won five of their nine constructors' titles with the French company. Along with Ferrari, McLaren, Benetton and Renault, Williams is one of a group of five teams that won every Constructors' Championship between 1979 and 2008 and every Drivers' Championship from 1984 to 2008.

Williams F1 also has business interests beyond Formula One racing. It has established Williams Advanced Engineering and Williams Hybrid Power which take technology originally developed for Formula One and adapt it for commercial applications. In April 2014, Williams Hybrid Power were sold to GKN. Williams Advanced Engineering had a technology centre in Qatar until it was closed in 2014.

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Thursday, July 20, 2017

2017 Britcover National Formula Ford 1600 Championship - Rounds 6, 7 & 8 - Knockhill (June 3rd/4th): TheBRSCC

Published on 19 Jul 2017
Full coverage of Rounds 6, 7 & 8 of the 2017 Britcover National Formula Ford 1600 Championship with Avon Tyres, which took place on the Knockhill circuit in Fife, Scotland on June 3/4 2017.

Produced by AJK Television - http://www.ajktv.co.uk/
Presented by Joe Tanner
Commentary by Scott Woodwiss

2017 Britcover National Formula Ford 1600 Championship - Rounds 4 & 5 - Oulton Park: TheBRSCC

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April 8th/9th
Rounds 4 & 5
May 6th
Rounds 6, 7 & 8
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Kirkistown
Rounds 12, 13 & 14
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Donington Park GP
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Castle Combe
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Silverstone National
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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Original SJCAM SJ4000 Full HD 1080P Waterproof Action Sport Camera DVR 1.5" 170° Wide Angle Lens

 SJ4000 Sport Action Camera with 1.5" screen with 1080P FULL HD high quality resolution. Support 12 Megapixel CMOS Sensor with Full HD 170 degree wide-angle lens. Comes with many accessories, such as bicycle stand, helmet mount, base mount, bandage and so on. Camera can be mounted on helmet, bike, car windshield, and other similar objects, suitable for outdoor sport like riding, skiing, climbing, etc.

Features:
NTK96650 + AR0330 DSP, better image quality than Hero 2.
1.5inch High definition screen that displays and replays fascinating videos recorded.
12.0MP CMOS Sensor with HD 170 degree wide-angle lens.
Video resolution: 1920*1080 30fps / 1280*720 60fps /848*480 60fps / 640*480 60fps.
Support HD HD output function.
With waterproof case for taking wonderful video underwater up to 30 meters.
Multiple photo shooting modes: Single shot, Snapper, Time-lapse.
Detachable battery that is easy to replace and prolongs your cameras service life.
Support storage cards up to 32GB maximum (Micro SD Card Class4 Above).(not included)
Compatible with Most Mounts and Accessories.

Specifications:
Display (LCD): 1.5 Inch
Image Sensor: 12Mega Pixels CMOS-Sensor
Lens: 170° HD wide-angle fish-eye lens, nondeformable
Color: Black, white, blue, golden, yellow(optional)
Language: English/French/Spanish/Portuguese/German/ Russian/Italian/Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/Japanese/Korean/Arabic/Polish
Video Resolution: 1920*1080 30fps / 1280*720 60fps /848*480 60fps / 640*480 60fps
Video Format: MOV
Format of Videos: H.264
Resolution of Photos: 12M/8M/5M
Photo Format: JPG
Zoom: 4X digital zoom
Connections: USB 2.0, HD
Shooting Mode: Single Shot / Self-timer (2s / 5s / 10s / Continuous Shooting
Item size: 6 * 4.2 * 3cm / 2.4 * 1.7 * 1.2in
Item weight: 42g / 1.5oz(without battery)
Package size: 23 * 16 * 6cm / 9.1 * 6.3 * 2.4in
Package weight: 637g / 1.41LB

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1 * Fixed Base
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4 * Bandage
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Sunday, July 2, 2017

FIA Formula 3 European Championship - 15th race of the 2017 season at the Norisring Germany

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Formula Renault Eurocup 2017 - Race 1 Hungaroring Hungary - 1 July: Renault Sport

Published on 2 Jul 2017
Formula Renault Eurocup 2017 - Hungaroring - Race 1

Formula Renault Eurocup 2017: Race 2 Hungaroring Hungary 2 July 2017: Renault Sport

FIA Formula 3 European Championship - 14th race of the 2017 season at the Norisring Germany

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Saturday, July 1, 2017

FIA Formula 3 European Championship - 13th race of the 2017 season at the Norisring Germany 1 July 2017

Streamed live 2 hours ago
Watch the 13th race of the 2017 season here live at youtube.
The fifth round of the season takes place in the streets of Nuremberg/GER, the Norisring

► The race is on from 10.15 hrs. local time
► Livetiming/-stream at http://www.fiaf3europe.com/live/
► Championship standings at http://www.fiaf3europe.com/2017-champ...
► All results of the running season at http://www.fiaf3europe.com/2017-results/
► Driver and team profiles at http://www.fiaf3europe.com/2017-drive...

FIA Formula 3 European Championship - 13th race of the 2017 season at the Norisring Germany 1 July 2017