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Naim islam
Jul 14, 2022
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Tom Cruise Was at The F1 British Grand illustrator artwork Prix this past weekend, and what happened on the track was as thrilling as any of his movies. On the first lap of the event at Silverstone, Formula 1r rolled at 200mph for several laps before crashing into a grandstand barrier . Incredibly, the Alfa Romeo driver survived the accident without serious injury. He later said he was another driver saved by the "Halo" safety system. What is this system and how does it work? What is Halo? "Halo" (originally "halo") is a titanium fence in the shape of a "Y" wishbone that sits above the cockpit of the race car and surrounds the driver's head. It's designed to hold the weight of a London double-decker bus - the equivalent of 1 of gravity resting entirely on the 7kg frame, which is clad in carbon Side view of black F1 car with Halo device Photo Credit: Reuters / BBC News Side view of a black F1 car with a Halo setup. The introduction of life-saving "flip-flops" F1 racing has always been a dangerous sport, but since Henry Surtees in Formula 2 in 2009 and Jules Bianchi in the 2014 F1 Japanese Grand Prix Bianchi and the deaths of drivers including Justin Wilson in an IndyCar in 2015, the issue of safety has come to the fore in recent years. Both and Wilson were killed after being hit in the head by debris from other racing cars. The Halo system was first n F1 cars in 2016 and became mandatory in the sport two years later in 2018 to protect the driver's head from debris or a rollover accident. After years of research, it is the only device that has been successfully tested and determined to withstand a 150 mph impact from a fly-off wheel. Equally crucial for the driver, it is also the only safety device that allows for a largely unobstructed view.
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Naim islam
Jul 07, 2022
In Business Forum
The Hong Kong government also issued a brief Illustrator Artwork statement expressing regret over Ni death, describing his novels as popular among Hong Kong readers, and despite his death, "people who liked his works will still miss him." Hong Kong media quoted Pan , editor-in-chief of Ming Pao Monthly, who often visited Ni in his later years, as saying that Ni works had far-reaching influence, describing him as "there is no one in Hong Kong before, and there is no successor". Another Hong Kong writer, Tao, described him as a "very rare genius", praising him for his transparent and accurate observation of the world, and "the most sober person in the Chinese world in the world". In 1983, when China and Britain were negotiating on the future of Hong Kong, Ni began to publish a serialized novel "Chasing the Dragon" in the newspapers. Photo Credit: Reuters/BBC NEWS In 1983, when China and Britain were negotiating on the future of Hong Kong, Ni began to publish a serialized novel "Chasing the Dragon" in the newspapers. Ni "Utopian Ideal" Ni was born into an intellectual family in Shanghai. At the age of 16, he enrolled in the East China People's Revolutionary University in pursuit of his "Utopian ideal" and was trained as a police officer. At the age of 20, he was transferred to Inner Mongolia to manage prisoners on a labor camp. During this period, he had grievances with other soldiers because of his behaviors such as raising wolf dogs and laughing at criticism meetings. Later, due to the shortage of coal supply for the army, he dismantled the wood on a bridge to make a fire by himself, and was convicted of "disrupting traffic". He was even accused of being a "counter-revolutionary". investigation. While waiting for the trial, a friend tipped him off that he might be sentenced to a long prison term and advised him
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