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WEYBRIDGE, England (Reuters) - Brooklands, the first purpose-built banked motor racing circuit, on Tuesday marked 100 years since a land speed record was last set there, with current fastest man Andy Green defending the enduring relevance of such feats to a changing world.
HOUSTON, April 29 (Xinhua) -- Roughly 300 structures have been destroyed in U.S. southwestern mountain state of New Mexico as nearly two-week-long large wildfires are feared to be strengthened by high winds, dry air and warmer temperature in the coming days, authorities said on Friday.
HOUSTON, April 21 (Xinhua) -- Wildfires have burned about 20,000 acres as of Thursday morning in U.S. mountain state of New Mexico, as dry and windy conditions are feared to fuel the rapid spread of fires in multiple other states in the U.S. Southwest in coming days, authorities said.
Spears was pulled over by the California Highway Patrol on March 10 and cited for 'unsafe speed for prevailing conditions'.
(Reuters) - Ferrari have cracked the code to set the pace in the new era of Formula One regulations but fans can expect the struggling Mercedes team to eventually find the right setup to compete this season, F1's Technical Consultant Rob Smedley told Reuters.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Torrential rain that flooded towns on Australia's east coast eased on Friday but a combination of two intense weather systems generated wild winds and huge waves at several tourist spots including Sydney's northern beaches.
(Reuters) - West Indies batter John Campbell was struck on the head by consecutive balls from England pace bowler Craig Overton on day two of the final test of the series on Friday.
Doodles, digital art and animation have given SofsDoodles the creative outlet to reconnect and rediscover her roots
Google’s sister company Waymo and General Motors subsidiary Cruise have been given the green light to launch commercial robot taxi services in California.
LONDON (Reuters) -Nearly 200,000 British homes were still without power on Saturday after Storm Eunice knocked 1.4 million households off the grid the day before, Britain's government said.