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'Jules' - 109 News Result(s)

  • British Pilots To Make History, Fly Around The World In A WWII Spitfire

    British Pilots To Make History, Fly Around The World In A WWII Spitfire

    A little over two weeks from now, two British pilots -- Steve Boultbee Brooks and Matt Jones -- will embark on an epic mission straight out of a Jules Verne book in a fighter from the glory days of World War II. They will fly a newly restored Silver Spitfire 43,452 km around the world over a period of five months in the first attempt of its kind so...

  • Formula E: Vergne Wins Monaco e-Prix; First Podium For Massa

    Formula E: Vergne Wins Monaco e-Prix; First Podium For Massa

    Techeetah driver Jules-Eric Vergne secured his second Formula E win of the season in the 2019 Monaco e-Prix. The driver started the race on pole and managed to convert it into a victory but not before a late charge from Nissan e.Dams' Oliver Rowland, while Venturi driver Felipe Massa bagged his first podium in the electric racing series. Coming I f...

  • Formula E: Lucas di Grassi Wins New York ePrix As Jules Verge Crowned 2018 World Champion

    Formula E: Lucas di Grassi Wins New York ePrix As Jules Verge Crowned 2018 World Champion

    Audi's Lucas di Grassi sealed a win in the penultimate race of the season at the New York ePrix, but it was Techeetah's Jean-Eric Vergne who has been crowned as the world champion for the 2018 Formula E world championship. The Frenchman sealed the crown for this season after starting at the back of the grid after being excluded from qualifying, but...

  • Paris Attacks Documentary Shows Victims' Defiance In Face Of Horror

    Paris Attacks Documentary Shows Victims' Defiance In Face Of Horror

    Remarkable testimony from dozens of survivors of the bloodbath form the core of a new three-part documentary about the November 13 carnage by the French brothers who won an Emmy for "9/11", the inside story of the heroics of New York firefighters on September 11, 2001.

  • Boeing Is Getting Ready To Sell "Flying Taxis" In The Next Decade

    Boeing Is Getting Ready To Sell "Flying Taxis" In The Next Decade

    The dream of flying cars has been around longer than Boeing Co. has been making airplanes. Now a vision from the pages of Jules Verne is near enough to occupy the present-day plans of Boeing's leadership.

  • Formula One: Jules Bianchi's Family Launches Legal Action Against FIA

    Formula One: Jules Bianchi's Family Launches Legal Action Against FIA

    Team Marussia, for whom Jules Bianchi was driving at the time of his fatal crash at the Japanese Grand Prix in 2014, is also targeted by the action on the family's behalf brought by British law firm Stewarts Law

  • Fernando Alonso 'Would Have Died' 20 Years Ago, Says Ex-FIA Chief Max Mosley

    Fernando Alonso 'Would Have Died' 20 Years Ago, Says Ex-FIA Chief Max Mosley

    Fernando Alonso's McLaren was sent into a terrifying barrel roll after he clipped Esteban Gutierrez's Haas at close to 200mph, but the two-time champion crawled from the wreckage before walking away.

  • Paris Venue Where 90 Died Could Re-Open Next Year: Owners

    Paris Venue Where 90 Died Could Re-Open Next Year: Owners

    The Bataclan concert hall in Paris, where 90 people were killed by terrorists on November 13, could re-open by the end of next year, two of its owners told a French newspaper today.

  • Kolkata Celebrates Pele's Birthday in Advance

    Kolkata Celebrates Pele's Birthday in Advance

    Felicitated by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Pele cut the birthday cake -- in the shape of the Jules Rimet trophy that Brazil permanently won by triumphing in the 1970 World Cup -- during a glittering ceremony at the Netaji Indoor Stadium, with thousands of fans of all ages chanting the legend's name.

  • Tiny Bulldog Manages to Chase 2 Bears Out of Her Garden in US

    Tiny Bulldog Manages to Chase 2 Bears Out of Her Garden in US

    A brave tiny French Bulldog in the US has proved size means nothing after she managed to chase off two huge bears that had sneaked into her garden.

  • Watching Formule One is Tormenting, Says Jules Bianchi's Father

    Watching Formule One is Tormenting, Says Jules Bianchi's Father

    Jules Bianchi, Marussia driver, died due to injuries sustained during 2014 Japanese GP when his car collided with a recovery vehicle. Formula One returns to the site of his fatal crash this weekend.

  • Formula One Returns to The Site of Jules Bianchi's Fatal Crash

    Formula One Returns to The Site of Jules Bianchi's Fatal Crash

    Jules Bianchi's car collided with a recovery vehicle at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. The Marussia driver was severely injured due to the crash and that led to his death in July.

  • Top Formula One Drivers Open to Idea of Closed Cockpits

    Top Formula One Drivers Open to Idea of Closed Cockpits

    Research on closed cokpits has been ongoing for years but the subject has been revived after IndyCar driver Justin Wilson passed away in a crash in August. Formula One driver Jules Bianchi died in July nine months after colliding with a recovery vehicle in the Japanese Grand Prix.

  • Sebastian Vettel Dedicates Hungarian GP Win to Jules Bianchi

    Sebastian Vettel Dedicates Hungarian GP Win to Jules Bianchi

    Sebastian Vettel claimed his second victory of the season and 41st of his career -- drawing him level with the late Brazilian legend Ayrton Senna in equal third on the all-time list -- after leading from the start to dominate a thrilling and unpredictable contest.

  • Bianchi Family and Formula One Circus Gather for Silent Tribute

    Bianchi Family and Formula One Circus Gather for Silent Tribute

    Jules Bianchi died on July 17 from head injuries sustained when he crashed into a recovery vehicle in torrential rain at last October's Japanese Grand Prix.

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  • British Pilots To Make History, Fly Around The World In A WWII Spitfire

    British Pilots To Make History, Fly Around The World In A WWII Spitfire

    A little over two weeks from now, two British pilots -- Steve Boultbee Brooks and Matt Jones -- will embark on an epic mission straight out of a Jules Verne book in a fighter from the glory days of World War II. They will fly a newly restored Silver Spitfire 43,452 km around the world over a period of five months in the first attempt of its kind so...

  • Formula E: Vergne Wins Monaco e-Prix; First Podium For Massa

    Formula E: Vergne Wins Monaco e-Prix; First Podium For Massa

    Techeetah driver Jules-Eric Vergne secured his second Formula E win of the season in the 2019 Monaco e-Prix. The driver started the race on pole and managed to convert it into a victory but not before a late charge from Nissan e.Dams' Oliver Rowland, while Venturi driver Felipe Massa bagged his first podium in the electric racing series. Coming I f...

  • Formula E: Lucas di Grassi Wins New York ePrix As Jules Verge Crowned 2018 World Champion

    Formula E: Lucas di Grassi Wins New York ePrix As Jules Verge Crowned 2018 World Champion

    Audi's Lucas di Grassi sealed a win in the penultimate race of the season at the New York ePrix, but it was Techeetah's Jean-Eric Vergne who has been crowned as the world champion for the 2018 Formula E world championship. The Frenchman sealed the crown for this season after starting at the back of the grid after being excluded from qualifying, but...

  • Paris Attacks Documentary Shows Victims' Defiance In Face Of Horror

    Paris Attacks Documentary Shows Victims' Defiance In Face Of Horror

    Remarkable testimony from dozens of survivors of the bloodbath form the core of a new three-part documentary about the November 13 carnage by the French brothers who won an Emmy for "9/11", the inside story of the heroics of New York firefighters on September 11, 2001.

  • Boeing Is Getting Ready To Sell "Flying Taxis" In The Next Decade

    Boeing Is Getting Ready To Sell "Flying Taxis" In The Next Decade

    The dream of flying cars has been around longer than Boeing Co. has been making airplanes. Now a vision from the pages of Jules Verne is near enough to occupy the present-day plans of Boeing's leadership.

  • Formula One: Jules Bianchi's Family Launches Legal Action Against FIA

    Formula One: Jules Bianchi's Family Launches Legal Action Against FIA

    Team Marussia, for whom Jules Bianchi was driving at the time of his fatal crash at the Japanese Grand Prix in 2014, is also targeted by the action on the family's behalf brought by British law firm Stewarts Law

  • Fernando Alonso 'Would Have Died' 20 Years Ago, Says Ex-FIA Chief Max Mosley

    Fernando Alonso 'Would Have Died' 20 Years Ago, Says Ex-FIA Chief Max Mosley

    Fernando Alonso's McLaren was sent into a terrifying barrel roll after he clipped Esteban Gutierrez's Haas at close to 200mph, but the two-time champion crawled from the wreckage before walking away.

  • Paris Venue Where 90 Died Could Re-Open Next Year: Owners

    Paris Venue Where 90 Died Could Re-Open Next Year: Owners

    The Bataclan concert hall in Paris, where 90 people were killed by terrorists on November 13, could re-open by the end of next year, two of its owners told a French newspaper today.

  • Kolkata Celebrates Pele's Birthday in Advance

    Kolkata Celebrates Pele's Birthday in Advance

    Felicitated by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Pele cut the birthday cake -- in the shape of the Jules Rimet trophy that Brazil permanently won by triumphing in the 1970 World Cup -- during a glittering ceremony at the Netaji Indoor Stadium, with thousands of fans of all ages chanting the legend's name.

  • Tiny Bulldog Manages to Chase 2 Bears Out of Her Garden in US

    Tiny Bulldog Manages to Chase 2 Bears Out of Her Garden in US

    A brave tiny French Bulldog in the US has proved size means nothing after she managed to chase off two huge bears that had sneaked into her garden.

  • Watching Formule One is Tormenting, Says Jules Bianchi's Father

    Watching Formule One is Tormenting, Says Jules Bianchi's Father

    Jules Bianchi, Marussia driver, died due to injuries sustained during 2014 Japanese GP when his car collided with a recovery vehicle. Formula One returns to the site of his fatal crash this weekend.

  • Formula One Returns to The Site of Jules Bianchi's Fatal Crash

    Formula One Returns to The Site of Jules Bianchi's Fatal Crash

    Jules Bianchi's car collided with a recovery vehicle at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. The Marussia driver was severely injured due to the crash and that led to his death in July.

  • Top Formula One Drivers Open to Idea of Closed Cockpits

    Top Formula One Drivers Open to Idea of Closed Cockpits

    Research on closed cokpits has been ongoing for years but the subject has been revived after IndyCar driver Justin Wilson passed away in a crash in August. Formula One driver Jules Bianchi died in July nine months after colliding with a recovery vehicle in the Japanese Grand Prix.

  • Sebastian Vettel Dedicates Hungarian GP Win to Jules Bianchi

    Sebastian Vettel Dedicates Hungarian GP Win to Jules Bianchi

    Sebastian Vettel claimed his second victory of the season and 41st of his career -- drawing him level with the late Brazilian legend Ayrton Senna in equal third on the all-time list -- after leading from the start to dominate a thrilling and unpredictable contest.

  • Bianchi Family and Formula One Circus Gather for Silent Tribute

    Bianchi Family and Formula One Circus Gather for Silent Tribute

    Jules Bianchi died on July 17 from head injuries sustained when he crashed into a recovery vehicle in torrential rain at last October's Japanese Grand Prix.

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