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MOTOR-RACING/NEW ZEALAND
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January 20, 2007
A1 Grand Prix driver Enrico Toccacelo of Italy drives ahead of Team Brasil during the official practice...
Taupo, New Zealand
A1 Grand Prix driver Enrico Toccacelo of Italy drives ahead of Team Brasil during the official practice...
A1 Grand Prix driver Enrico Toccacelo of Italy drives ahead of Team Brasil during the official practice session at the Taupo round of the A1 Grand Prix in Taupo January 20, 2007. The event, being held for the first time in New Zealand, takes place this weekend with the feature race on Sunday. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND)
MOTOR-RACING/NEW ZEALAND
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January 20, 2007
A1 Grand Prix driver Enrico Toccacelo of Italy runs close to the barrier on the front straight during...
Taupo, New Zealand
A1 Grand Prix driver Enrico Toccacelo of Italy runs close to the barrier on the front straight during...
A1 Grand Prix driver Enrico Toccacelo of Italy runs close to the barrier on the front straight during the official qualifying session at the Taupo round of the A1 Grand Prix in Taupo January 20, 2007. The event, being held for the first time in New Zealand, takes place this weekend with the feature race on Sunday. Editors Note - Grey line on right is due to picture being taken from behind a fence. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND)
SPORT MOTOR RACING A1
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December 11, 2005
Enrico Toccacelo of A1 team Italy (front) speeds ahead of Tomas Enge of team Czech Republic during their...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Toccacelo of Italy speeds ahead of Enge of Czech Republic during A1 Grand Prix sprint race in Dubai
Enrico Toccacelo of A1 team Italy (front) speeds ahead of Tomas Enge of team Czech Republic during their A1 Grand Prix sprint race at Dubai's Autodrome December 11, 2005. Neel Jani of Switzerland won the A1 Grand Prix sprint race ahead of Toccacelo who finished second and Enge who finished third. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
AUSTRALIA
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November 05, 2005
A1 Grand Prix drivers pose for a photograph outside the pits at Eastern Creek race track in Sydney November...
Sydney, Australia
A1 Grand Prix drivers pose for photograph outside pits at Eastern Creek in Sydney
A1 Grand Prix drivers pose for a photograph outside the pits at Eastern Creek race track in Sydney November 5, 2005. Dubbed the world cup of motor sport, A1 Grand Prix pits 25 nations racing against each other in identical cars. Back row (L-R) Akbar Ibrahim of India, Alex Yoong from Malaysia, Bryan Herta of the United States, Roman Rusinov of Russia, Tengi Jiang of China, Stephen Simpson from South Africa, Michael Devaney of Ireland, team mates Giammaria Raffaele, Andrea Montermini and Enrico Toccacelo of Italy. Middle row (L-R) team mates Khalil Beschir, and Basil Shaaban of Lebanon, Armaaan Ebrahim of India, Neel Jani from Switzerland, Adam Khan of Pakistan, team mates Jeroen Bleekemolen and Joss Versatppen of the Netherlands, team mates Nelson Piquet Jnr and Tuka Rocha of Brazil, team mates Joao Urbano and Alvaro Parente of Portugal.
AUSTRALIA
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November 05, 2005
A1 Grand Prix drivers pose for a photograph outside the pits at Eastern Creek race track in Sydney November...
Sydney, Australia
A1 Grand Prix drivers pose for photograph outside pits at Eastern Creek in Sydney
A1 Grand Prix drivers pose for a photograph outside the pits at Eastern Creek race track in Sydney November 5, 2005. Dubbed the world cup of motor sport, A1 Grand Prix pits 25 nations racing against each other in identical cars. Back row (L-R) Akbar Ibrahim of India, Alex Yoong from Malaysia, Bryan Herta of the United States, Roman Rusinov of Russia, Tengi Jiang of China, Stephen Simpson from South Africa, Michael Devaney of Ireland, team mates Giammaria Raffaele, Andrea Montermini and Enrico Toccacelo of Italy. Middle row (L-R) team mates Khalil Beschir, and Basil Shaaban of Lebanon, Armaaan Ebrahim of India, Neel Jani from Switzerland, Adam Khan of Pakistan, team mates Jeroen Bleekemolen and Joss Versatppen of the Netherlands, team mates Nelson Piquet Jnr and Tuka Rocha of Brazil, team mates Joao Urbano and Alvaro Parente of Portugal.
SPORT MOTOR RACING A1
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September 25, 2005
A fire marshall runs to help Lebanon's Khalil Beschir (L) after Beschir and Italy's Enrico Toccacelo...
Swanley, United Kingdom
A fire marshall runs to help Lebanon's Beschir after he crashed during the inaugural A1 Grand Prix in...
A fire marshall runs to help Lebanon's Khalil Beschir (L) after Beschir and Italy's Enrico Toccacelo crashed during the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, south east England, September 25, 2005. The race was won by Brazil's Nelson Piquet Junior. REUTERS/Mike Finn-Kelcey
SPORT MOTOR RACING A1
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September 25, 2005
Lebanon's Khalil Beschir (R) and Italy's Enrico Toccacelo crash during the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at...
Swanley, United Kingdom
Lebanon's Beschir and Italy's Toccacelo crash during the inaugural A1 Grand Prix in south east England...
Lebanon's Khalil Beschir (R) and Italy's Enrico Toccacelo crash during the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, south east England, September 25, 2005. The race was won by Brazil's Nelson Piquet Junior. REUTERS/Mike Finn-Kelcey
SPORT MOTOR RACING A1
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September 25, 2005
Drivers pose for a photograph before the start of the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at Brands Hatch in south...
Swanley, UK
Drivers pose for a photograph before the start of the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at Brands Hatch in south...
Drivers pose for a photograph before the start of the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at Brands Hatch in south east England, September 25, 2005. The drivers are (L-R front row) Lebanon's Basil Shaaban and Khalil Beschir, France's Alexandre Premat and Nicolas Lapierre, A1 Grand Prix Chief Executive Tony Teixeira, A1 Grand Prix President Sheikh Maktoum Hasher Maktoum Al Maktoum of Dubai, Switzerland's Neil Jani, Scott Speed of the U.S., Mexico's Salvador Duran and Austria's Mathias Lauda. (L-R middle row) Ireland's Michael Devaney, Australia's Will Power, New Zealand's Matt Halliday and Jonny Reid, Germany's Timo Scheider and Adrian Sutil, Portugal's Alvaro Parente and Joao Urbano, Czech Republic's Jan Charouz, Italy's Enrico Toccacelo and Canada's Sean McIntosh. (L-R back row) Jeroen Bleekemolen and Jos Verstappen of the Netherlands, Britain's Alex Lloyd and Robbie Kerr, Brazil's Nelson Piquet Jr, India's Karun Chandhok and Armaan Ebrahim, Italy's Nino Piccoli and Japan's Ryo Fukuda.
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