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The Malaysian Grand Prix
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Monday, 24 March 2008

 

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Ferrari Formula One driver Felipe Massa of Brazil leads the pack at the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang Formula One circuit near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2008.

 

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2007 world drivers' champion Kimi Raikkonen speeds on in his Ferrari during the race at the Malaysian Grand Prix at the Sepang International Racing Circuit.

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Menzel Storms to Victory in Opening Round Porsche Carrera Cup Asia
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Monday, 24 March 2008

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Germany’s Christian Menzel and China’s Team StarChase took victory in the opening round of the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia at 22 March, an official support race to the Formula 1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix. Second was Marchy Lee, racing for Team BetterLife in his first full season with the series, ahead of fellow Hong Kong driver Darryl O’Young of Team Jebsen.

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Team Jebsen’s Darryl O’Young took the Class A victory at 23 March 2008 on Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia in Round 2 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia, ahead of Round 1 winner Christian Menzel of Team StarChaseOpes Prime’s Christian Jones.

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Rolex China Sea Race Hong Kong – Philippines
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Monday, 24 March 2008

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HI FI (HKG) takes line honours in Subic Bay at 23.03.2008 Rolex China Sea Race 2008 HI FI (HKG) HKG2112 Skipper: "Neil Pryde" IRC

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IRC Racing Division A, HI FI (HKG), is the first to finish

An increase in wind strength off the West coast of the Philippines overnight gave the lead boats exactly what they needed to close in on the finish line off Grande Island at the entrance to Subic Bay, Philippines on Easter Sunday. Neil Pryde's Wellbourn 52 Hi Fi crossed the finish line just before noon local time with an elapsed time of 71 hrs 35mins 42 secs.

Hi Fi completed the course with an average speed of 7.6 knots over the 565-nautical mile course from Hong Kong to the Philippines. Not a bad speed considering the boat "parked up" yesterday morning for five hours with no wind at all. A long, hot wait for a boat that could be excused for wondering then if its' game plan had gone wrong.

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Last Updated ( Monday, 24 March 2008 )
 
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