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The Williams Formula One team on Tuesday officially lodged their appeal against Ralf Schumacher's penalty which was handed out after the driver was blamed for causing the start line pile-up at the German Grand Prix.
Juan Pablo Montoya left his rivals in the shade and staked a serious claim for the world championship title here yesterday when he cruised to victory in the crash-marred German Grand Prix.
Lucky Strike BAR Honda's Jenson Button crossed the line eighth at the British Grand Prix, having started his home race from the back of the grid while team-mate Jacques Villeneuve finished in tenth place.
Ferrari's Rubens Barrichello clinched victory in the British Grand Prix in Silverstone Sunday in a race which had been plunged into chaos by a kilt-wearing protestor who ran onto the track in the face of cars speeeding past at 200kmh.
Five-time world champion Michael Schumacher served notice here yesterday that he was still the man who sets the benchmark in Formula One when he clocked the quickest time in opening qualifying for tomorrow's British Grand Prix.
Delhi, Agra and Jaipur offer far more than just historical relics and impressive sights. These three cities are a treasure trove, pulsating with cultural life and traditional arts and crafts. Although they are different in character from each other, their histories and people have interwoven, bringing about similarities in their differences. A visit to this golden triangle is a must for those who want a feel of India's rich past.
Nor is it true that Japan is a conformist society. For here in Tokyo one can see a striking contrast in most things, from youths sporting bizarre clothes and dyed hairstyles to hordes of office workers in grey suits rushing to the subways. During peak hour one can hear the stomping of stilettos as women run to catch the trains.