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The Autosport Podcast: How Formula E has changed motorsport

The influx of major car manufacturers to Formula E is the subject of the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast, which also looks back at the 2017/18 season

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Renault bringing software and hardware updates for Spa and Monza

Renault will bring software and hardware Formula 1 engine updates to the upcoming Belgian and Italian Grands Prix, says engine chief Remi Taffin

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Jack Harvey gets ex-Aleshin IndyCar seat for final two races

Schmidt Peterson Motorsports has announced that Jack Harvey will race its #7 car for the final two rounds of this year’s IndyCar Series at Watkins Glen and Sonoma

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Choking To Death On An Insect Is Possible, And Has Happened

Choking To Death On An Insect Is Possible, And Has Happened

You have all heard of various contests in which players attempt to consume as much as possible of some type of food. For example, there are pie-eating contests, hot dog-eating contests, and I won’t go on, but you know the ones. However, you have likely never heard of a cockroach eating contest. Unfortunately, people have eaten cockroaches for sport. Not only that, but people have competed with others in order to determine who can down roaches the fastest. Sadly, a man died not too long ago as a result of choking to death on cockroaches. The man was from Florida, which, come to think of it, is the only place that would have a cockroach-eating contest.

The man had eaten dozens of roaches, and he was hoping to win the grand prize, a python. Initially, the cause of his death was only a matter of speculation, but an autopsy report revealed that the man had choked to death. Considering that the man had just consumed dozens of roaches as quickly as he could, it would seem that roaches, and they were all alive during the competition, had become lodged in his throat, cutting off his airway. The official autopsy report stated: “asphyxia due to choking and aspiration of gastric contents.” This Florida man did, indeed, die from eating too many cockroaches during the Midnight Madness bug-eating competition at an insect and reptile store near Miami, Florida.

During only a few minutes following the competition, the man had fallen unconscious and was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. It was reported that the man had eaten the cockroaches so quickly, that some of them came crawling out of his mouth during the competition. He was also reported to have swallowed many of the cockroaches whole. Despite the embarrassing obituary, this man reached his goal.

Have you ever eaten a live insect deliberately? If you have, then what type of insect did you consume?

 

 

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Formula 1 launches its first official eSports series

Formula 1 has launched its first official eSports series, which will be based on the soon-to-be-released F1 2017 video game

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Pocono IndyCar: Penske's Will Power recovers from lap down to win

Will Power led a Penske one-two in the Pocono IndyCar race, after a late strategy gamble allowed him to turn around his fortunes

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BMW's Marco Wittmann disqualified from Zandvoort DTM win

BMW driver Marco Wittmann has been stripped of his first DTM victory in 2017, giving Audi a top-four lockout in the Sunday race at Zandvoort

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Pocono IndyCar: Ryan Hunter-Reay cleared to race at Pocono

Ryan Hunter-Reay has been cleared to drive in today’s IndyCar race at Pocono after his heavy crash in qualifying

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Zandvoort DTM: Augusto Farfus claims pole in BMW 1-2-3

Augusto Farfus took his first DTM pole since 2015 in Sunday’s second qualifying session at Zandvoort, as BMW drivers once again locked out the top three positions

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Photos show thousands of counterprotesters descending on Boston to drown out a right-wing 'free speech' rally

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Roughly 40,000 people descended on Boston Common on Saturday to protest a controversial right-wing “free speech” rally that had been planned.

The event came one week after violence and chaos erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia during a white nationalist rally. One woman died after an apparent white supremacist plowed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters.

In contrast, Saturday’s demonstrations in Boston remained largely peaceful, despite some skirmishes with police. Twenty-seven people were ultimately arrested, police told media.

Here’s how the day unfolded:

SEE ALSO: Trump labels Boston protesters ‘anti-police agitators,’ then praises them for ‘speaking out against bigotry and hate’

A right-wing rally for ‘free speech’ had been planned for Saturday

But many feared it would draw white supremacists and neo-Nazis

Roughly 40,000 people showed up to protest against the rally

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